The Lancashire Heeler is a small, stocky, sturdily built dog, slightly rectangular in outline being a little longer than they are tall. Ears are comparatively large and stand erect giving the Lancashire Heeler an alert and attractive expression of pluck and willingness. The coat is short and thick.
Clever, intelligent, friendly and alert
At least one hour a day
The origin of breed are unknown, however it is accepted that a type of Welsh Corgi was used to drive livestock to the north west of England from Wales. In the Ormskirk area, a type of black and tan terrier called the Manchester Terrier was introduced which resulted in what is now known as the Lancashire Heeler.
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