Origin: United Kingdom (England)
Dog Breed Group: Hunting Dog
Life Span: 12-16 years
Weight: Male: 6-7.5, Female: 5-6
Height: Male: 14-15, Female: 13-14
Origin of Name: The Lakeland Terrier is a dog breed, which takes its name from its place of origin, the Lake District in England.
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Lakelands are among the oldest in Britain. The name is derived from the beautiful Lake District of northern England, where farmers once used small packs of dogs to rid their wealth of foxes raiding sheep. It was, of course, a very different kind of English fox compared to the glamorous cases on grand desi estates, with dozens of red-coated cavalry and huge packs of huge hoods. Lackland was first and foremost in the area of work worker.