Lancashire heeler


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Lancashire heeler

a small, low set cattle working dog which also hunts rabbits and rats like a terrier. The length of coat varies from season to season; the color is black with tan markings. Called also Ormskirk terrier or heeler.
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Lilly was one of my young Lancashire Heeler bitches who, despite being three years old, had never gone into heat," explains 52- year-old Judy, from Dereham in Norfolk.
Judy, who breeds Rottweilers and the rarer Lancashire Heelers, was also puzzled.
Six-year-old Bridget, a black-and-tan Lancashire heeler, was rescued in Kenilworth and cared for by Sue Stonebridge, deputy manager of the Dogs Trust's Kenilworth branch.

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