Bedlington Terrier 2007

Bedlington Terrier 2007

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Bedlington Terrier 2007. The Westminster Kennel Club.Gracefuland lithe in appearance, the Bedlington Terrier has a big heart andloveable nature. The breed is best known for its curly, woolly coa...
Bedlington Terrier 2007. The Westminster Kennel Club.

Graceful
and lithe in appearance, the Bedlington Terrier has a big heart and
loveable nature. The breed is best known for its curly, woolly coat
which starts out dark in puppyhood and fades to a pale bluish gray,
sandy or liver, giving him the appearance of a lamb.

The breed is
named for the Bedlington Mining Shire in the county of
Northumberland, England, where it was developed. In the early 1800s
it was used to quickly dispatch a variety of vermin, and coal miners
enjoyed racing the dogs for sport. Its gracefully shaped body lends
the Bedlington to great speed and endurance.

The Bedlington has a
mild and gentle temperament and is neither fussy nor mischievous.
The breed is an energetic playmate for children but not overly
rambunctious. Regular playtime and walks will keep the Bedlington
fit and in high spirits. The coat requires trimming by an
experienced groomer to keep it in proper form.

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