Lancashire Heeler

Herding Group – AKC Foundation Stock Service (FSS)
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Photos courtesy of  Mountain Brook Kennels

The Lancashire Heeler is an endangered breed with approximately only 5,000 world-wide.  Probably the smallest of the herding breeds it is very agile, very smart and has an inventive mind.  The breed is a good ratter, keeping your property free of these pests.  They have a loving personality and good sense of humor that lets them get along well with people and pets, but they can have a stubborn and an “alpha” side.  Early training and socialization is strongly recommended — just remember that this breed is very clever.  It is a good family dog better suited to older children.  While it needs and enjoys exercise it also enjoys a nap or two.

Notice
Average Height(“‘s)
Average Weight (#’s)
Personality
Coat
Grooming
Notes for owners
The height and weight are given from the lowest for a female to the highest for a male.
10-12
14-20
Playful
Coarse, shiny Minimal Smart dog who needs an Alpha owner

Relevant Web Sites

 

AKC Breed Profile

United States Lancashire Heeler Club

The U.K. Lancashire Heeler Club

American Lancashire Heeler Club


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