Terriers are a diverse group, with breeds like the Rat Terrier, Bull Terrier, American Staffordshire Terrier, American Pitbull Terrier, Fox Terrier, Border Terrier, and so on. With such diversity, it is difficult to predict how big a Lab Terrier Mix puppy will get.
The size of a full grown Lab Terrier Mix will depend on the size of the Terrier that was crossbred with a Lab. For instance, mixes between the Lab and the American Pitbull Terrier can get as tall as 24 inches and weigh as much as 90 lbs.
Others, like the mix between a Lab and the miniature Rat Terrier are a lot smaller in size, weighing about 10 to 15 lbs and with a height of about 10 to 13 inches.
As it is with size, the appearance of the Lab Terrier Mix is highly dependent on the specific Terrier breed that was used to produce the Mix.
Generally, the appearance of Lab Terrier Mixes will fall along a spectrum, with the Terrier parent’s looks on one end of the spectrum, and the Lab’s looks on the other.
Whilst the Lab comes in three main colors – black, yellow, and chocolate – Terriers will come in a wide variety of colors. This means your Lab Terrier Mix puppy can take on any color, depending on the colors of the Terrier parent.
For instance, American Staffordshire Lab Mixes can be brown, black, or brindle, while American Pitbull Lab Mixes can be brown, black, white, tan, yellow, or brindle.