photograph of Piper, an adorable Lancashire Heeler

Providing health-tested puppies to ensure the well-being of this amazing breed in America for the future.

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photograph of our boy, Patrick, watching attentively out the gate

Lancashire Heelers are a healthy breed and I am doing my part to ensure they stay healthy. My dogs are genetically tested for Primary Lens Luxation (PLL) and Collie Eye Anomaly (CEA); hearts and patellas are clinically evaluated as well as having eye exams by a veterinary ophthalmologist.


All the dogs I use for breeding have CHIC numbers. It is important that the dogs I produce are healthy, and excellent representatives of the breed.


I take full responsibility for any puppies I produce and will take any of them back at any time for any reason.


Hiking with Dogs

As spring approaches, our thoughts turn more toward enjoying the out-of-doors with our dogs. Here are a few practical tips that I use.

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Bad Weather Entertainment

In these long, cold January days, it’s good to have some indoor activities for the dogs like scent work, snuffle mats, puzzle toys, and toys that can be stuffed with tasty things. It keeps their minds sharp and occupied in a constructive way.

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Why Choose Prestige

I’m very proud of my dogs and I know as far as health testing I’m doing best practice.

— Sheila Mesick,
breeder and kennel owner

Awards & Credentials


My dogs are…

  • Family dogs
  • Show dogs
  • Performance dogs
A Lancashire Heeler looking back over his shoulder at the photographer.

Snapshot of a young Lancashire Heeler in the arms of her owner

Sheila has been a great resource for information about the breed, and a great mentor to me. The puppy I got from her is a lovely representation of the breed. She has tons of drive, loves to work, and is a lovely companion to me and my other dogs.

— Christina T.

About Prestige

At Prestige Lancashire Heelers, we’ve been breeding high quality dogs since 1976 and specializing in Lancashire Heelers since 2016.

Lancashire Heelers

Quick Facts

  • Weight: 15 to 20 pounds
  • Height: 10 to 12 inches
  • Coat: short, flat, double
  • Color: black and tan or liver and tan
  • Ears: large, upright, may also be tipped with a lift

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