The Lakeland Terrier breed was developed in the Lake District, England.
Lakeland Terriers have small, square-built frames covered in bristly, wiry coats. Their long, narrow heads have small, dark eyes and V-shaped ears that fold forward. They have strong necks that slope down to deep chests, short backs and medium-length tails that point straight up. Their coats usually come in solid black, liver, blue, red and wheaten with the occasional “saddle” mark on the back.
Lakeland Terriers can live as long as 15 years.