December Lakelander and Other Information

The December 2015 issue of The Lakelander has been uploaded to the members only section of the website.  Included in the newsletter is your membership renewal for 2016 and the judges selection for the years 2017 and 2018. If you have any items for The Lakelander, they can be sent to the committee at […]

AKC Eukanuba Results

Congrats to all our members who competed at the AKC Eukanuba Show in December… All of the dogs listed below are owned by USLTC members!   Best of Breed GCH CH Brocair’s Hrh Prince Harry Best of Opposite Sex/Best Bred By in Breed CH Larkspur Acadia Summer Secret At Greycottage Select Dog GCH CH Sheffield’s […]

From The Classes to Reserve Best In Show


The Board of Directors and Members of the USLTC proudly congratulate Barb Decker & Lauren Parker on their tremendous win with Snowtaire’s Next Generation going Reserve BIS from the classes at only 15 months old at the 2014 National Specialty at Montgomery County Kennel Show. Best In Sweepstakes ~ Judge Susan Fraser Winners Bitch, Best […]

Grayslake Supported Entry and Great Western Designated Specialty

The USTLC had a supported entry at Grayslake All Terrier Association and a Designated Specialty at Great Western Terrier Association.  Results are below. Congratulations to all the winners!

Dylan, a Master Earthog

Dylan earns his Master Earthdog

Norwest Bobby Dylan aka Dilly earned his Master Earthdog (ME) title in one glorious weekend at Hathor Farm on Whidbey Island WA. Dilly has since earned two QQ’s in pursuit of his EE (Endurance Earthdog) title. He earned his first Canadian Earthdog title (JE) in May 2013. Master Earthdog is done all off-lead with a […]

Tracking … Not Just For Big Dogs!

Amanda tracking (2007)

On April 27, 2008 my Lakie girl, Herrington Commander Amanda ME RE TD became the first Lakeland Terrier in the country to earn an AKC tracking title. While I am inordinately proud of her and would love to take all the space allotted to me to tell you about my wonder-dog, I am also very […]

Lakeland as Earthdog

Monte goes into the Junior Earthdog (JE) tunnel

Working Conformation When analyzing a likely prospect for earthwork, certain features are of critical importance. First is size. If it can’t get down the hole, it can’t get the fox or woodchuck. The average diameter of a fox burrow is six inches. The ideal height of a Lakeland male is 14.5 inches. How you fit […]