Lakeland Terrier Breed Summary
Affectionate, Friendly, Sassy, Vocal and Confident
These dogs are extremely cheeky chappies who are both mischievous and highly comical - but how could you tell that little sweet face off! Additionally, they are extremely adaptable and are just as happy in an apartment as they would be in a mansion!
They are very affectionate and are extremely loyal and protective when it comes to their families. They absolutely adore humans and love to be involved in every aspect of home life.
Fun Fact: A Lakeland Terrier named Waffle, living in the UK has a collection of over 1,000 balls which his owner is not allowed to move!
|Kennel Club Group||Terrier|
|Lifespan||9 - 15 Years|
|Height (at the withers)||Males and Females 35cm - 37cm|
|Weight||Males 7kg - 8kg, Females 6kg - 7kg|
|Coat||Double Coats that are Dense with a Harsh Outer Coat. They are Thick and Weather-Resistant.|
|Colour||Black, Black & Tan, Blue, Blue & Tan, Liver, Red, Red Grizzle, Wheaten|
|Eye colour||Dark or Hazel|
|Common health issues||Primary lens luxation, Cataracts, Persistent pupillary membranes, Microphthalmia, Ventricular septal defect, Legg-Calve-Perthes syndrome|
|Other Names||Lakeland, Lakie|
Lakeland Terriers are known for their affectionate and friendly ways. They get on very well with hoomans as well as children and other dogs. They can sometimes be quite feisty which makes them a little harder to train, so they're probably not the best breed for a first-time owner. Once trained properly, they make fantastic family pets and their comical ways make people quickly fall in love with them! Although small, their tendency to be fairly vocal may rule out being able to live in an apartment (unless you have sound-proof walls!). These dogs require a fair amount of grooming due to their double coats, however, for the right family, they make excellent pets.