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Bedlington Terrier

Bedlington Terrier


Height: 15-17 inches

Weight: 17-23 lbs.

Life Span: 12-14 yrs.

Breed Group: Terriers

Overview
The Bedlington is a loyal companion and gets along with children and other animals if socialized with them at an early age, but it may be cautious with strangers.

Some are high-strung and can be snappish when irritable. To avoid behavioral problems, such as excessive barking and house destruction, proper obedience training, regular exercise, and play are necessary.

Appearance
The Bedlington terrier looks like a lamb. Its coat is a mixture of coarse and soft hair that stands well out from the skin and is crisp to the touch.

It comes in blue, sandy, liver, blue and tan, sandy and tan, or liver and tan.

Grooming & Exercise Needs
Bedlington terriers don't shed but need weekly combing and a professional grooming every two months to keep their coats, which tend to curl, in good shape.

This high-energy dog needs several vigorous walks and aerobic play sessions daily.

Origins
The Bedlington was developed in England in the late 18th to early 19th centuries to hunt fox and badger, to work as a ratter in coal mines, and to be a dogfighter.

Special Alerts
This dog is not suitable for inexperienced dog owners.

Breed-related health concerns: copper toxicosis (a hereditary disease in which copper accumulates in the liver and can lead to liver failure), retinal dysplasia (conditions resulting from improper retina development that in rare cases cause blindness), congenital kidney problems.

 

Reference: AKC - American Kennel Club

 


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