Mr David Smith - Blackpool, was admitted to hospital earlier in the week 1st February, 2017, and, unfortunately, has had to have his leg amputated below his knee. Mr Barry Allison informs us that David is doing fine, after his serious operation. David's late wife, Joy, was a member of the LHC Committee for quite a number of years and wrote the News- letters back in the early 2000's, Joy's affix was 'Atomohi'. We wish David all the best in his recovery.
As reported previously, Mrs Gladys Hopper, was admitted to hospital a few weeks ago.
Unfortunately Mrs Hopper passed away on the 11th February, 2017. There was a Service at St Leonards Church, Commons Lane, Balderstone, Lancs. BB2 7LL on Thursday 23rd February, 2017, at 11 am followed by cremation at Pleasington Crematorium. Gladys and her husband Jack supported the Lancashire Heelers for many years showing their dog Duke. Later they 'fostered' a rescue bitch. They were always popular at local get togethers.
Do you wish to join The Lancashire Heeler Club download application formhere
LANCASHIRE HEELERCLUB RESCUE (Kennel Club approved) We are always looking for good homes for rescue Heelers if you can help see information on the Rescue page on this website
A HEELER SOCIAL SUMMER MEET
On Sunday the 24th August, 2014, at 1 o clock, held an informal 'meet' of Lancashire Heelers and their owners, on the Green at Lytham sea front, opposite the Lowther Gardens.
Everyone was cordially invited and we had a good "picnic"/dog socialising afternoon, to promote the Lancashire Heelers to as many of the numerous inquisitive members of the public who usually frequent the sea front promenade on their weekend day out.
There is an interesting article and photos, in the March edition of 'LancashireLife' by correspondent Emily Rothery, on sale in the stores, all Heeler fans should have a read
Lancashire Heelers at The Manchester Pet Show Discover Dogs Thank you to everyone who did their stint in promoting our dogs
"Having read the book 'Crackers Come Hear', it was a very moving story and kept me engrossed, I thoroughly enjoyed it and even now months after I finished it, it still leaves me with memories, and I read a lot and it has to be a very good book for it to stick in my memory slot. I can more than recommend this book for Heeler owners or for the people who find themselves in the same position." Enid Lord
Thank you for including my book Crackers... Come Hear on your website. Enid Lord's testimonial was lovely and I thank her most sincerely for her words as well as for you to post it on your site. I have finished the audio book of Crackers... Come Hear and am most excited to now be able to tell our story to my many blind friends who use Guide Dogs for their assistance. Thank you everyone at LHC for your support over so many years. All the best throughout the coming new year to all. With hugs and smiles, Dennis Robertson
A heartwarming story of a Hearing Assist Dog, Crackers, and his owner Dennis, Lancashire Heeler Club Members, who live in Canada - read more
News from the Animal Health Trust, DNA Profiling and Parentage Testing in Dogs Click here to read more information on Health page
Kennel Club Microchipping debate, success at Westminster,read here
KENNEL CLUB Press Release - Dog History will come to life with - read on The Kennel Club is the largest organisation in the UK devoted to dog health, welfare and training. Its objective is to ensure that dogs live healthy, happy lives with responsible owners. read on
Hot Dogs In Cars, see the Kennel Club Video, link below, also to visit the latest Kennel Club information Click here
Lancashire Heelers are a native breed of the United Kingdom originating from the County of Lancashire, they were used on farms to herd cattle and sheep, they are the smallest dog in the Pastoral group, this group comprises of dogs who were used since the very early days of mans first close association with dogs
In 1978 a group of Heeler enthusiasts from all parts of the United Kingdom decided to form a group and named it The Lancashire Heeler Club. Then under the guidance of a lady Mrs Gwen Mackintosh the dogs were recognised by the Kennel Club in 1981. Our aim is to help and promote our lovely dogs.
Looking round this website you will see information on where to buy a puppy, breeding advice, health information, health lists, and how to join the Club, information on the show scene, agility and other activities: Our Shows and events. Judging lists. Rescue. Our rules and Kennel Club Code of Ethics.
We also have a section for the popular Stall Merchandise.
The Logo/Banner scene at the top of our pages is the Open Dog Class at South Wales Kennel Asso Champ Show 2006
All photographs reproduced by kind permission of the owners
In these side panels are pics of dogs who are no longer shown, hope you enjoy seeing these oldies.