This is Leo, brother of Ufo, son of Daisy. Obviously a different dad, because the coloring and temperament are very different while the general shape is the same. They both have that passionate and crazy that most terriers have.
Instead of Ufo's gloominess, Leo is relaxed and easy going, a happy-go-lucky kind of dog who mixes well with the other dogs, excepting, alas, his brother. Lots of sibling animosity between those two.
Leo is also an obedient dog, a rare quality among our doggies, that tend to become instantly deaf when they hear a command that they don't like.
Although we are, of course, the head of the pack, and the doggies are at the same time eager to please us, sometimes they really have to be persuaded with a lot of talking, or a little push, when it comes to vacating a favorite chair :)
That bring us to the subject of educating dogs. I have this theory, that (over) educating dogs is no good. Often you will hear or read about dogs biting their owners. I think that imposing your will on a dog with a lot of unnecessary commands will result in pent up agression that can turn against the owner when the dog is full grown. Police dogs, specially male dogs, became a liability when they reach their prime, at five years of age or so, and are often put down.
So, our dogs are house trained and do globally what are supposed to because they love us, but they don't walk at heel or sit pretty :)
I would like to know your thoughts on this!