The Lakeland Terrier has a compact and well-proportioned physique. This lively, workable dog has a balanced gait, showing his liveliness and travel speed.
Always alert and self-confident, he gives a nice and friendly impression. He is very similar to the Welsh Terrier, with a more slender bone structure and smaller size.
Between 35 and 38 cm (13.78 to 14.96 inches) for the male
Between 34 and 37 cm (13.39 to 14.57 inches) for the female
Between 7 and 8 kg (15.43 to 17.64 pounds) for the male
Between 7 and 8 kg (15.43 to 17.64 pounds) for the female
His coat is permitted in several color options, including black and red, blue and red, red, greyish red, wheat, brown, blue or black.
He sometimes has small white spots on his chest and feet.
His harsh coat is dense and very weather resistant. He has a silky undercoat.
His head has a very refined look and flat skull. His eyes are generally of a beautiful very dark hazelnut color.
His small v-shaped ears are set neither too high nor too low and are carried lively.
The nose of his broad muzzle is brown or black, depending on the color of the coat.
His tail, usually shortened, is carried cheerfully. In its natural state, it is in harmony with the rest of the body.
According to the FCI breeds nomenclature, this breed belongs to group 3, section 1 and is #70