Bedlington Terriers are a medium-sized dog breed that originated in England. They are known for their soft, curly coats and gentle temperaments.
Bedlington Terriers were originally bred to hunt rodents, such as rabbits and foxes. They were also used as fighting dogs.
Bedlington Terriers have a distinctive appearance. They have a soft, curly coat that is either wheaten or blue. They have a long, narrow head and a small, V-shaped nose.
Bedlington Terriers are known for their gentle temperaments. They are good with children and other dogs. They are also relatively easy to train.
Bedlington Terriers are generally healthy dogs. However, they are prone to some health problems, such as skin allergies and eye problems.
Bedlington Terriers require regular grooming. Their coats should be brushed and trimmed every few weeks.
Bedlington Terriers are active dogs, but they do not require a lot of exercise. A daily walk or play session is sufficient.
Bedlington Terriers typically live for 12-15 years.
Bedlington Terriers can be purchased from breeders or rescue organizations.