Bedlington terrierBed·ling·ton terrier
a blue or liver-colored, woolly-coated terrier resembling a small lamb
Origin of Bedlington terrierafter Bedlington, a town in England
A terrier of a medium-sized breed developed in England, having a narrow wedge-shaped head and a thick woolly coat.
Origin of Bedlington terrierAfter Bedlington, a town of northeast England.
(plural Bedlington Terriers)
- A terrier that is often jokingly said to more closely resemble a sheep than a dog.
Named after the mining town of Bedlington, Northumberland in North East England.