Lakeland terrier


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Lakeland terrier

a small (17 lb) active dog with short, harsh coat in blue and tan or black and tan. The ears are small and folded over, the tail is docked to a medium length.
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The Lakeland terrier is suitable for fox and rabbit hunting and for sheep predator control.
The dog, a Lakeland terrier, whose owner lives in Sunderland, was chasing an animal down a bank in the Hilton Bank area of the city when it fell down a hole around the size of a letterbox.
My first pet was a Lakeland Terrier cross called Bunty who my parents had before I was born.
Tony Edwards was also found not guilty of an additional charge of causing unnecessarily cruelty to his own Lakeland Terrier Wilf.
Duke the Lakeland terrier got stuck in the nine-inch-wide drainage duct while chasing a mink.
Market trader Steve Walling was warned he could be fined or even jailed if he attempted to rescue his three-year-old Lakeland terrier Tyke from a hole at the side of a cycle track.
Four-year-old Lakeland terrier Jenny got stuck in a rabbit warren on Coach Road, Throckley, Newcastle, while being walked by his owner at 10.
This week we have found a black and tan mongrel as well as a Border Lakeland terrier just tied up.
The court heard the dog, Wilf, a Lakeland Terrier, was taken to local veterinary surgeon Jonathan Michael King.
Q I HAVE a three-year-old Lakeland terrier bitch which I got from the SSPCA.
He tried desperately to open the door and save his three-year-old Lakeland terrier, Boss but was beaten back by the searing heat and forced to watch as the kennel roof collapsed crushing his pet.
A cut-price rail rover ticket for use throughout Cumbria and the Lake District was launched at Carlisle Station, spearheaded by real life Lakeland terrier Jasper.