Dog Breed Guides - J, K and L
Dogs breeds starting with J, K and L are featured here.
Jack Russell Terrier
The Jack Russell Terrier is bold and friendly, athletic and clever. At home he is playful, exuberant and overwhelmingly affectionate. He is an independent and energetic terrier and requires his due portion of attention.
The Japanese Chin is a perky dog who makes the perfect apartment pet. They are small in size with black and white silky coats. They appear very delicate but in reality are quite robust.
Keeshond's usually bark at strangers, that's usually as aggressive as he gets, will accept a visitor once the family does. This dog also tends to get along fine with most other pets. No clipping of their coat is required, and their coat is clean and almost odour free. This is a healthy breed.
Kerry Blue Terrier
The hardworking Kerry Blue has been used to hunt on land and water, to guard homes and farms, to kill rodents, and even to herd and drive sheep and cattle. He has also been used in England as a police dog, for trailing and guarding.
The Komondor is characterized by imposing strength, dignity, courageous demeanour, and pleasing conformation. This independent smart dog needs obedience training starting as early as eight weeks old.
The Kuvasz make wonderful watchdogs. Also, they are almost odourless, making them a good choice for owners who may have dog allergies. In addition, they adjust to their human's lifestyle quite readily.
Labrador Retriever's eagerness to please is very positive. They tend to bark at strangers, but this breed tends to be very friendly. Likes to play, very outgoing. Usually very tolerant and adaptable.
The Lakeland Terrier is frisky, feisty, and fun. He is a smart little dog who loves to be the centre of his owner's life. A person who understands this vivacious personality can have a lot of fun with a Lakeland.
Leonbergers are intelligent dogs that make great companions for children and adults alike. They are very sociable and need to be in the thick of family activities. They are good-natured, gentle and friendly, even to strangers.
The Lhasa Apsos makes an excellent guard dog, alerting its owner to approaching strangers with its bark. In addition, these dogs are very adaptable and make excellent travelling companions.