Lakeland Terrier

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This breed is feisty, willful, and very playful. They love to retrieve and will go to ground any chance they get. They are also great little watchdogs and are very loving and affectionate with the immediate family.PURPOSE OF BREED:This smallest of the long legged terriers was used to go into the underground dens of its quarry (the fox) and kill it. This breed would accompany the hounds in the foxhunts and showed great stamina and endurance.AVERAGE LITTER SIZE:4 puppies

Size: 
HEIGHT: MALE : 15in (38cm) - FEMALE : 14in (6cm)WEIGHT: MALE : 17lbs (8kg) - FEMALE : 15lbs (7kg)
Grooming: 

The Lakeland Terrier has a double coat. The outer coat is hard and wiry with furnishings on its foreface, undercarriage, and legs. The undercoat is soft. Lakeland terriers require moderate professional grooming to keep their coat in top form. Their color is usually red or red-grizzled, but they can be a blue-black as well.

Trivia: 
The breed is derived like the Welsh Terrier from the now extinct Old English Black and Tan Terrier. Other breeds including Wire Fox Terrier, Border Terrier, Bedlington Terriers and the early Dandie Dinmonts are believed to have contributed to the breed's development.ÿ <a href="http://www.akc.org/">(Credit: AKC.org)</a>The Lakeland Terrier originated in the Lake District of Cumberland, England near the Scottish border in the 1800's
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