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10/29/2006 04:23:54 PM · #1
Good Day All.
After the loss of my Bullterrier a couple of weeks ago (See Here The Details)) I bought a Bedlington Terrier. These dogs apparently looks just like Sheep when they grow up.
This is a photo of my daughter with her new Puppy
Anybody out there with a Bedlington? Please send me some photos and advice on them.

10/29/2006 04:33:52 PM · #2
Can't believe that I am the only one on DPC with a Bedlington Terrier. In South Africa they are not a very common breed. First time in my life that I even heard of one, never mind own one.
10/29/2006 05:00:01 PM · #3
There are NO weird looking puppies!!! To me, they're all adorable. Great shot. I know this little pup will bring happiness to you all. Thanks for sharing.

I've never heard of this breed either! Former Chow-Chow guy.

Message edited by author 2006-10-29 17:00:51.
10/29/2006 05:06:30 PM · #4
Heh heh, pretty cute idea to post pics of your puppy on a site named "eye fetch" :) Cute kid & pet you have there!

FWIW, I've never heard of that breed either. I have Jack Russell that I've shown here on several occasions... jrt's are great dogs. Hope you enjoy yours.
10/29/2006 05:08:39 PM · #5
I have often seen photos of Bedlington Terriers, but in all my years (which include living in Germany, Australia and the US) I only recall ever seeing ONE of them in the flesh.
10/29/2006 05:12:07 PM · #6
I did a search on Google - Man these are a funny looking breed. Apparently very good pet - they look like sheep.
10/29/2006 05:17:35 PM · #7
congrats on your new baby. Your daughter seems so happy to be holding a new pup.

10/29/2006 05:22:59 PM · #8
I've never seen one in the flesh either. Congrats on your new baby.....she's gorgeous!
10/29/2006 05:24:16 PM · #9
Congratulations on the new little one!

Find yourself a VERY good groomer. Not many groomers know how to properly groom a Bedlington, there just aren't that many of them around. If you have problems finding someone who knows what to do, feel free to PM me and I will send you the proper grooming instructions. (I am a very experienced groomer and have groomed quite a few Bedlingtons over the years.)

Have fun - this link will take you to a photo of a properly groomed Bedlington.

Linda
10/29/2006 05:39:39 PM · #10
Thanx - I had the puppy now for 2 days and he is already following my daughter all over the place.
10/29/2006 07:37:29 PM · #11
Bedlingtons are incredibly rare. They are so awesome looking as adults tho, like little lambs. Congrats on your new baby.
10/29/2006 07:46:12 PM · #12
That is a super cute puppy. I'm sorry about the lose of your doggy friend :( It's always hard when they go. But on a happier note I hope your new pup bring you years of joy and happiness! From the looks of the photo he already is :)
11/01/2006 02:01:16 PM · #13
For thos of you that wonders what a Bedlington terrier looks like when they grow up - Have a look
11/01/2006 03:21:39 PM · #14
Many congrats on your new pup! What a cutie!
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