Puppies and Dogs
A complete guide to Bedlington Terrier Puppies and Dogs including photos and articles about grooming, training, care tips, exercise needs, male and female Bedlington Terrier dog names, illness and health problems with a definition and description of Bedlington Terrier Puppies and Dogs.
Fast Facts & Guide to Bedlington Terrier
Have a glance at our Fact File and Guide to Bedlington Terrier Puppies and Dogs. Discover some fast facts to gain a really fast overview of the Bedlington Terrier.
Bedlington Terrier Guide and Fact File
Height: Male 16-17 inches / Female 15-16 inches
Weight: Male 18-23 pounds / Female 18-23 pounds
Size of Dog: Medium
Breed Type and Dog Group: Terrier Group
Country of Origin of the Breed: England, UK
Exercise Needs: Moderate, regular and varied
Coat Type: Woolly, curly hard and soft hair
Shedding hairs: Very low
Grooming needs: Moderate to high
Training a Bedlington Terrier (Trainability): Average - requires firm training
Other Names of Bedlington Terrier: Rothbury Terrier, Rodbery Terrier
Bedlington Terrier Lifespan - This dog lives for approximately 13 - 17 years
Number of puppies per litter: Approximately 3 to 6 puppies per litter
Temperament / Behaviour: Gentle & mild temperament if suitably trained
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Summary of Bedlington Terrier Puppies and Dogs
Bedlington Terrier puppies and dogs are very bright, cheerful and happy when their needs are attended to properly and with care. This energetic breed requires mental and physical stimulation. Dogs and puppies can become bored fairly easily so it is important to allow them to exert energy by providing it with regular, daily exercise that is varied. This breed also enjoys playtime so its owner will need a backyard to enable it to roam around and play. It is important to train puppies and dogs well and adequately as it will encourage development and obedience. This breed is cute in appearance, it has a woolly coat that will need a fair amount of grooming. Their coat tangles easily so it is important to maintain the health of the coat and remove tangles by combing it regularly.
Choosing Bedlington Terrier Puppies and Dogs as Pets
Bedlington Terrier puppies grow into medium sized adult dogs and the above summary will help you to determine whether they are suitable as a family pet. If you are considering whether to buy a Bedlington Terrier puppy, adoption is also an option for this particular type of dog, or even selecting one from a rescue centre, or reputable dog breeder. There are a few heritary conditions that this breed are prone to so it is vital to gain as much prior knowledge about their health history as possible. A good breeder can provide health clearances for any puppy that you might be considering buying. This calm, well-balanced dog is friendly and it has a lovable temperament. It is affectionate and shows devotion and loyalty to its owner. Dogs and puppies require time and care so this should always be taken into consideration.
Bedlington Terrier Puppies and Dogs
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Bedlington Terrier Puppies and Dogs