- A fascinating introduction to the breed
- The history and development of the Lakeland terrier
- The breed’s strengths and weaknesses
From its beginnings hunting predators of livestock in the British countryside, the Lakeland terrier developed in the Lake District of England. The author argues that although it is now a distinct show variety, the dog should retain its traditional working skills. Notable dogs and breeders, such as the legendary Bill Irving, are discussed.
About the Author:
Seán Frain, author of The Patterdale Terrier and The Traditional Working Terrier, has owned and worked with terriers for nearly 30 years. 224 pages