Weight: 15 - 17 lbs.
Height: 13" - 15"
Life Span: 13 - 14 years
Health Problems: Excellent health record. No known hereditary conditions.
Origin: Great Britain (1700s)
Also Known As: Patterdale Terrier
Category: Companion Dog, Hunting
The Lakeland Terrier requires daily walks or jogs, runs and play sessions in a large fenced yard. This breed enjoys swimming.
No special grooming requirements.
Affectionate, cheerful and fun. The Lakeland Terrier has traits similar to the Welsh Terrier, but tends to be more independent and headstrong. Although this breed is easy to obedience train, it may be difficult to housebreak. The Lakeland Terrier is a fast learner and will enjoy training more if you keep activities varied and challenging. The Lakeland Terrier interacts with other pets and loves children.
Compatibility with Kids
Good with children.
This breed was first developed by English farmers to protect flocks from predators. Lakeland Terriers would track and even kill small mammals. Today, the Lakeland Terrier is happy to serve mainly as a family pet.
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