Bedlington Terrier

Bedlington Terrier

Bedlington Terrier

Summary:

The Bedlington Terrier dog breed was originally developed to be a vermin killer. Nowadays this has changed and he is a great companion dog that excels in any dog show. The average height of a Bedlington Terrier is 1 foot, 3 inches to 1 foot, 4 inches weighing about 17 to 23 pounds. They have a lifespan of 14 to 16 years.

Overview:

The Bedlington Terrier is a very affectionate and entertaining dog. He enjoys being the center of attention and requires a lot of love from his owner and his family. He is full of energy and enjoys doing all type of energy consuming activities like running, swimming, and playing all kinds of games. He can also be a great jogging companion. Obedience training and early socialization is always required if you want to have a dog that will follow all your orders. The Bedlington Terrier is a great watchdog and will always let you know when someone is approaching your property. He is doing very well with children but like most terriers he will not like if children will tease him however every kid should be well supervised when encountering any type of dog. Bedlington Terriers should never be left alone more than a few hours a day because they can become bored and will act a bit destructive. Overall this is one of the best dog breeds that can make a good family dog specially if there will be some children around.

Bedlington Terrier Training:

Bedlington Terrier is a very intelligent dog breed. They can learn new commands very quickly which makes them quite easy to train. Usually they enjoy any type of activity so training will not be a problem for them. In fact it can be something that they will really enjoy.

Bedlington Terrier Shedding:

Shedding should not concern you at all if you plan to buy this type of dog breed. In fact you will never find a hair in your house because the Bedlington Terrier is not a type of dog breed that sheds hair.

Bedlington Terrier Grooming:

The Bedlington Terrier, like many other dog breeds, need daily exercise. Don’t worry, those needs can be met quite easy with simple walks or playing some fun games. His coat needs to be shaped two or three months and proper brushing should be done every now and then.

Bedlington Terrier History:

The Bedlington Terrier was originally developed in the north side of England and his main job was exterminating vermin. In the beginning he was known as Rothbury Terrier. The first time when a dog was actually called a Bedlington Terrier was in the year 1825 and his owner was Joseph Ainsley of Bedlington.

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