Bedlington Terrier Breed Maintenance
The Bedlington Terrier sheds minimally, making it a good choice for those who experience allergies. The grooming required is extensive, with clipping needed around every month and a half. Dogs of this type should be combed two times a week and the inside of the ears should be cleaned regularly to avoid infection. While the skin of the Bedlington Terrier won’t dry out with frequent bathing, the coat of the dog can become dull if washed too frequently. Daily exercise is necessary for this active dog; he’ll be at his happiest when he can let some of his energy out. This can include a long walk or playing off leash in a fenced in area. If this curious dog does not get enough exercise he can get into mischief.