Are Kerries difficult to train?
The Kerry is a born showman, hamming it up at every opportunity with rollicking good humor and remarkable intelligence. He can be easily bored, though, and something of a rascal, testing his limits to see what he can get away with. The Kerry has a mind of his own and many require a firm but loving hand to show what is expected from him. He instinctively wants to please and learns quickly, given positive reinforcement and plenty of praise. A heavy hand is never needed with a Kerry, because despite his resilience, he is surprisingly sensitive. Training is a requirement to owning a Kerry.