• Bedlington Terrier

    Part of the Bedlington Terrier’s irresistible charm lies in its look; according to some, a Bedlington Terrier looks similar to a sheep. The breed has a crisp, delightfully curly coat, which along with their tasseled ears and fleecy head, are endearing traits distinct to this breed.They are graceful and well balanced, with a coat that can come in multiple colors.

  • Group: Terrier
    Lifespan: 11–16 yr
    Height: 15–16 in
    Weight: 16–30 lb

  • Care

    The quintessential curly coat on the Bedlington Terrier rarely sheds, but it does grow quickly and will need to be cut or clipped every two months or so. Besides a haircut, this breed needs a brush once or twice a week to keep their coat healthy. All dogs require regular dental care, cincluding at-home teeth brushing and professional dental cleanings, and the Bedlington Terrier is no exception. Maintaining good dental hygiene is important for their overall long-term health.

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    The quintessential curly coat on the Bedlington Terrier rarely sheds, but it does grow quickly and will need to be cut or clipped every two months or so. Besides a haircut, this breed needs a brush once or twice a week to keep their coat healthy.

  • Disorders

    Chronic hepatitis, Retinal dysplasia
    Cataracts,
    Glaucoma Progressive retinal atrophy

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.