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Lancashire Heeler Puppies

Author Happy Doggo
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Nov 4 ·

The Lancashire Heeler was initially bred to herd cattle, but they also have terrier instincts and rabbited and ratted. However, this small dog breed is known to be versatile, intelligent, and affectionate. There’s a lot to love about this purebred, so if you want to learn more about Lancashire Heeler puppies, keep reading.

Where To Get Lancashire Heeler Puppies

First, call your local animal shelter or rescue. You can find this dog as a puppy, adult, or senior. In addition, you might find mixed breeds with Lancashire Heeler genes in them. Regardless, you can get a great dog and save their life. Pink_ginny…

However, if you genuinely want to get Lancashire Heeler puppies, then you can look for a reputable breeder. You can tell a good breeder from the rest because they’ll do the following:

  • Treat the dogs as part of the family, allowing them to live in the breeder’s home, socializing and training the puppies
  • Ensure the puppies are up to date on all their vaccinations
  • Answer any questions you have about the process, the breeder, the breed, the parents, or the litter
  • Have health documents ready for you to take home
  • Want to meet with you in person and allow you to meet the dogs

If a breeder doesn’t do the above, they might be a backyard breeder or a puppy mill. Avoid these because they don’t breed the dogs in safe or healthy conditions. Also, they’re more interested in making a profit from the puppies.

Luckily, the Lancashire Heeler is recognized by the American Kennel Club. Most good breeders are registered with the AKC to start your search through the AKC Marketplace.

The Cost

The price of Lancashire Heeler puppies will vary depending on a few factors. For instance, the price will fluctuate based on the breeder’s location, the popularity of the breeder, their lineage, and more. However, you can expect to pay between $800 and $1,200 for this doggo. Mabel…

Appearance

Lancashire Heeler puppies will grow to be medium-sized dogs. They can stand ten to 12 inches tall and weigh between nine and 17 pounds. Also, they have a short, double coat that can only come in two colors.

For instance, their coat might be:

  • Black & Tan
  • Liver & Tan

Temperament

You can be sure that the Lancashire Heeler will make an excellent family companion dog. For instance, they’re loyal, affectionate with their family members, and excellent with young children. In addition, they’re excellent around other dogs and enjoy meeting new people. So, you’ll be able to bring this pooch to the dog park with ease.

They’re easy to train and socialize. Also, they’ll be great watchdogs. However, this doggo will protect their family and territory, but they’re not aggressive dogs and will never attack anyone. They’ll only bark to alert you of something.

Lancashire Heelers are adaptable and can live in an apartment or a bigger home with a fenced-in yard. However, having a yard might be ideal because they have fairly high energy levels. They’ll need at least an hour of exercise every day to keep them happy and fit.

Lancashire Heeler Puppies – Veterinary Needs

For the first year of your puppy’s life, you’ll want to bring them to the vet a couple of times. This is to ensure that they’re growing and developing correctly. Also, you can keep them up to date with their shots. After that, you can bring them to the vet once a year for their annual check-up. Mabel…

Luckily, Lancashire Heelers are generally healthy. However, there are a few health issues to be aware of. All of the health conditions affect their sight, such as:

  • Collie Eye Anomaly
  • Primary Lens Luxation
  • Persistent Papillary Membrane

With proper care through diet, exercise, and grooming, this doggo has an average lifespan of 12 to 15 years.

Diet

When it comes to feeding your Lancashire Heeler, you’ll want food that’s safe for dogs. However, be sure the food is also appropriate for your dog’s breed size, age, weight, and metabolism. Also, talk about it with your vet and get it approved by them, so you know you’re giving your dog the best for them.

For instance, you can feed them high-quality kibble or canned wet food from a commercial dog food brand. Alternatively, you can create homemade dog food recipes specific to your dog’s needs.

Lancashire Heelers have somewhat high energy levels, so a diet that’s rich in protein might be good for them. Metka…

Grooming

Grooming this dog breed doesn’t require much maintenance. You’ll want to bathe them once in a while to keep them clean, but that’s about it. Also, they shed moderately. You can brush their coat weekly to keep the loose hairs at bay and keep their coat clean overall.

Otherwise, you’ll only need to worry about trimming their nails, cleaning their ears, and brushing their teeth regularly.

Lancashire Heeler Puppies – Photos

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