This short, sweet herding breed hides a terrier personality beneath a Corgi-like appearance.
Vital Stats
Height: 10 to 12 inches at shoulder
Weight: about 14 pounds
Coat: coarse and thick
Life span: 9 to 14 years

The Lancashire Heeler was once used to drive livestock to market and hunt rats and rabbits at home, but is now a popular companion dog in his native Britain.

He resembles his Corgi cousins, and can be intelligent, mischievous, or stubborn. Full Lancashire Heeler profile on
[usrlist “Affectionate with family:4” “Energy Level:4” “Mouthiness:4” “Potential for weight gain:4” “Predatory tendencies:4” “Watchdog ability:4” “Good for new owners:3” “Sensitivity:3” “Need for exercise:3” “Amount of shedding:3” “Dog friendly:3” “Friendly toward strangers:2” “Wanderlust:2” “Drooling potential:1”]