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Bedlington Terrier

Bedlington Terrier
Bedlington Terrier Content
Life Span: 12-17 years (occasionally more)
Litter Size: 3-6 puppies
Group: Terrier
Color: Liver, Blue, , Blue/Tan, Liver/Tan, Sandy/Tan. Bedlington puppies often appear white, which is not a recognized color for this breed.
Hair Length: Medium
Size: Medium
Shedding: Lite Shed
Male Height: 16-17 in (41-43 cm)
Male Weight: 17-23 lbs (8-10 kg).
Female Height: 15-16 in (38-41 cm).
Female Weight: 17-23 lbs (8-10 kg).
Living Area: Bedlington Terriers do better in apartments than they do in wide open areas. Although a well-cared for Bedlington Terrier can still thrive in rural or loosely-populated suburban areas, the ideal environment for a Bedlington remains a small living situation or apartment with support and companionship from humans.

About this Breed

Bedlington Terriers are medium-sized dogs covered in lightly-colored fur, sometimes patched in two colors. They bear a passing resemblance to Whippets in their shape (with no distinct stop between the crown of their heads and their nose), and their curling, dense coat gives them a fairly non-threatening look, something like a tiny cloud with two eyes, claws, and a panting pink tongue.

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