Bedlington Terrier

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Bedlington Terrier is a small breed of dog named after the mining town of Bedlington, Northumberland in the North East of England. The Bedlington Terrier information includes pictures, training, behaviour and care of Bedlington Terriers and dog breed mixtures. Bedlington Terriers are active and cheerful, suitable for many types of homes. Find out more about Bedlington Terriers, including health problems and more. The most honest dog breed you will ever find about Bedlington Terrier temperament, personality and behavior.

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Bedlington Terrier is a small race of dogs called after the mined city of Bedlington, Northumberland in the North East of England. The Bedlington Terrier was initially raised in a mine for hunting pests, but has since been used in dogs, in various kinds of sport, exhibitions and as a guide canine.

He is a close relative of the Dandie Dinmont Terrier, Whippet and Otterhound. Known as the Rothbury or Rodbury Terrier, the name Bedlington Terrier was not used on the race until 1825, but some of them have family trees that can be tracked back to 1782. Bedlington Terrier's first exhibition with a Bedlington Terrier school took place in 1870 in Bedlington.

The Bedlington Terrier, which were shown at early exhibitions, were often coloured to enhance the appearance of their coat. 1948 won a Bedlington Terrier, known as Rock Ridge Night Rocket, the best show at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show. It has a high toxicity to cupric acid but, with the exclusion of ocular disorders, is largely free of ailments.

The Bedlington Terrier pups are dyed deep, but as they grow older their coat becomes lighter. Canvas of a Bedlington Terrier (left) and a Dandie Dinmont Terrier, c. 1881. The two Bedlington Terriers are livery and grey, which turn to whiten in their places. "Discriptions of terrier breeds: The Bedlington Terrier". New Terrier Manual:

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