The Bedlington Terrier is a breed of dog originating in England.
It is a medium to large sized dog (43cm), well muscled (11kg) and elegant in build. It has a distinctive wedge-shaped head with almond-shaped eyes and medium-sized pendulous ears. Its coat is one of its most remarkable characteristics, it is soft and woolly, giving the dog a sheep-like appearance. Common coat colors are blue, sable, and liver.
The Bedlington Terrier is known for its friendly, intelligent and lively temperament. He is very affectionate towards his family and enjoys spending time with them. He is also a brave and alert dog, which makes him a good watchdog. The Bedlington Terrier is generally social with other dogs and pets when properly socialized from a young age.
He is an active dog who needs regular exercise to maintain his health and well-being. Daily walks, interactive games and challenging workouts are recommended to meet his mental and physical exercise needs.
The Bedlington Terrier has an average life expectancy of 12 to 14 years. As with any breed of dog, they can be predisposed to certain health conditions, including eye problems, liver problems, and heart disease. Regular visits to the veterinarian and a balanced diet are essential to maintain its health and well-being.