The Lakeland Terrier
Sean Frain has owned and worked with Lakeland terriers for nearly thirty years. In this book he traces the development of the breed and writes about both notable dogs and notable breeders – such as the legendary Billy Irving. He writes about how the dogs work, their strengths and their weaknesses and records the exploits of dogs famous throughout the breed.
He also writes about the development of a distinct show variety and argues strongly for the retention of the Lakeland’s traditional working skill. This book gives anyone interested in the history and development of the Lakeland a fascinating introduction to the breed.
Swan Hill Press
155mm x 224mm hardback
Black and white photographs