Lancashire heeler


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Lancashire heeler

n
(Breeds) a small sturdy dog of a breed with a short thick black or liver-coloured coat with tan markings, often used for herding cattle
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The show also saw rare native British and Irish breeds competing, such as the English Toy Terrier, Mastiff, Lancashire Heeler and Curly Coated Retriever.
The newest family member is up to eight times bigger than their other dog, 14-year-old Elton, a Lancashire Heeler.
A Lancashire Heeler crossbreed, Bruno lives with the Simpson family of Holmfirth and over the years has been a brilliant companion for all the family.
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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