Dog description

Head and skull: flat skull, precious shaped, medium long muzzle with strong jaws. Teeth of scissor bite, black nose
Eyes: dark to hazelnut brown, oblique eyes are not desirable
Ears: small V-shaped
Neck: long, without a goblet
Hull: fairly broad chest, deep, strong, medium long back
Legs: straight, strong bones, muscular back legs
Paws: small, firm and round
Tail: high-mounted, worn upright
Coat: dense, sharp top coat, with soft undercoat
Color: black with burns, blue with burns, red, wheat, red greyish, liver brown, blue, black.

Lakeland terrier, FCI Standard - Group 3

The breed developed in England around 700 years ago, at the County of Lake District for use in hunting foxes in steep cliffs. The name Lakeland terrier was later acquired, originally called the Patterdale Terrier.

The breed was officially recognized in 1921.

Despite its hunting drive, the breeders managed to maintain the friendly nature of the breed.

Lakeland terrier is lively, friendly, very clear, self-confident. According to this proposal, it does not apply differently, otherwise it has to be changed to ensure its agility at a time that is also very suitable for agility.