• Lakeland Terrier

    The Lakeland Terrier has a boxy shape and is well-muscled for a small dog. Contact yet athletic, it's quite representative of the terrier group.

  • Group: Terrier
    Lifespan: 12–15 yr
    Height: 14–15 in
    Weight: 12–24 lb

  • Care

    Lakelands have a rough double coat that needs a gentle pull (called plucking). You can clip the top layer of dead fur, but this may cause the coat's color to fade. Once clipped, the coat turns out soft, loose curls. Weekly brushing will help prevent loose hairs and mats. The Lakeland Terrier is considered a non-shedding breed. For this reason, Lakelands may be a good option for those with allergies or anyone who can't bear the thought of dander.

    The Lakeland Terrier is considered a non-shedding breed. For this reason, Lakelands may be a good option for those with allergies or anyone who can't bear the thought of dander.

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  • Disorders

    Legg- Calvé- Perthes disease
    Cataracts Cryptorchidism, retained testicle Microphthalmia; ocular dysgenesis

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.