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Lovely looking pup hope he keeps his coat.
lovley boy billy hes coming on nice, love hes big nose, love livers
He looks really nice Billy & has the devil in his eyes. I bet he is keeping you busy.
i hope he grows into those big ears.
I have seen that look (like a reptile) and those big ears in our home too. Have Sandra sold us something else than a Bedlington?
You can see him changing slowly into an adult. I've noticed that same look in Briagha recently.
Hi everybody definitely pure Bedlington a credit to you Billy. Those ear,s are just right for some nice tassels.
Briagha is limping on her front leg since she came in from the garden.It means the house is quieter as she's not charging Cody, but awww the wee soul :-(
He is certainly a handsome chap Billy.Will he be at the meet on Sunday.Elaine
Awww poor baby. It is a wonder they don't really hurt themselves somethimes. The way Amelia tears around here & "hit & runs" she does to the other dogs, I don't know how she stays in one piece. She can still fit under my rattan love seat, so she hides under there, then runs out to "attack" then jumps back under to hide again. She is so funny. If the other girls surround the love seat & she feels like she can't run out, she doesn't bark, but makes a noise like a squeek toy. They are so much fun.
well i am over the moon with my puppy and everything looks in proportian to me for such a young dog.i am confident that he will do me proud both in the usa and here in the uk.gromming him he stands there not flicker.he still stands after his groom, never had a dog let alone a pup stack like that.on the down side he is still a SNOB!!
Marie how is the limp?
The limp didnt stop her from getting up at 5.45am:-)She's still limping on it, but starting to put weight on it so I reckon it will be okay in a day or two. She must've been too boisterous in the garden or something.
Good to see some real Bedlington ears again. We have got so used to seeing little ones that when a good pair comes along it looks unusual.
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