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Bedlington Terrier

The Bedlington Terrier is playful, cheerful and affectionate Dog, making a good family companion. Loving with children and fairly friendly with strangers.

Average sizes and life expectancy of the breed

 Size:

38-44 cm

 Weight:

7-11 kg

 Age:

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 Type:

pure

 Group:

terrier

Characteristics of the Bedlington Terrier

Trainability
Tendency to bark
Affection Level
Kid Friendly
Energy Level
Pet Friendly
Intelligence
Territorialism
coat

Coat

The furry's trademark, its fur is an unusual combination of soft and hard “hairs”, with a tendency to curl, including in the head region. The white color is most famous, but the coat can also be found in other shades such as blue, sand and brown. There are also bicolor specimens. Interestingly, even when full, the hairs do not shed much, and the longest hairs, on the top of the adult's head, are lighter than those on the rest of the body.

Pet Profile

Taking Care of a Bedlington Terrier

With its all curly and white coat, it seems that the Bedlington Terrier likes to stay all the time enjoying comfort, but nothing like that. The pet really likes to get dirty, especially digging and running outdoors. To have a pet like this at home, it is necessary to set aside a little time of the day to practice physical exercises with it. At home, games that serve as mental challenges are always welcome (you'll be amazed at what this dog is capable of).

Health
Health
Curiosities
Curiosities
Intelligence
Intelligence
Temperament
Temperament
Lifetime
Lifetime