Facts about Lancashire Heelers Edit


The Lancashire Heeler is a small breed of dog developed for use as a drover and herder of cattle. The Lancashire Heeler is listed by the Kennel Club as a vulnerable breed. The coat is harsh and smooth with an undercoat which keeps the dog dry in all weathers. It may have a slight mane round the neck in winter. The dog is usually black and tan, but liver and tan is now recognised by the Kennel Club. They are slightly longer than height at withers, usually measures between 10–12 inches at the shoulder and weighs 13–18 pounds. Ears can be tipped or erect.

Coat colors Edit

  • Black & Tan
  • Liver & Tan

Temperament Edit

Alert, Clever, Friendly, Intelligent

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