Bedlington Terriers feature a lamblike coat and an elegant body. This breed of dogs is mild-mannered and usually very calm when indoors. They are also very athletic and require a moderate amount of exercise to stay healthy. Bedlington Terriers were originally used as a hunting dog, thus they still display various hunting capabilities such as an excellent sense of smell, but they are now more commonly used as household companions. Many people also enter them into dog shows and other competitions due to their unique appearance. They are available in various colors, such as blue and tan, liver and tan, as well as sandy or blue.< p>
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Bedlington Terrier Rescues in the USA
|HEART Rescue Trust||West Simsbury||CT||(860) 651-4711|||
|Bedlington Terrier Club of America Rescue||West Simsbury||CT|||
|Wag N Train Terrier Rescue||Omaha||NE||(402) 709-3177|||
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