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     From time to time, puppies available for sale to responsible and loving prospective buyers, will be listed below. 
    Medical Caution: Unless you are  fully knowledgeable concerning the serious genetically-transmitted diseases of pure bred dogs, please click on Health for important information.
     Compatibility Caution:  Unless you are already familiar with with Bedlingtons, please click to read:
  Bedlingtons Would
Fit Your Lifestyle
reprinted by permission 
of the author, Mr. Chris Lee of Camerata Registered Kennels.  Internet address is: http://www.globalserve.net/~camerata/

Puppy Page last updated or amended on Sunday,26 June 2005
Dates were confused when first given, sorry for mix up.
Puppies available for sale, currently or in near future:

Litter born:  Friday, June 24, 2005   
Available are 6 boys, all blue. 
 [Only girl in litter sold.]

Sire: Jewelbox Pocket Watch [1,2 carrier]
Dam: Chelsea's Queen of Comedy [1,1] clear

All puppies will be unaffected, some will be carriers for copper toxicosis.
Contact:  Linda Freeman at  [email protected]   
See pedigree below.
Pedigree for Litter born June 24, 2005
Bedlington Terrier
Sire
Jewelbox Pocket Watch
Sire
Ch. Isotop's Storm Warning, Swedish Import, 2001, 2002 Pedigree Award Top Producing Stud Dog
Sire
Swd Ch Toolbox Besserwisser
Sire
Scan Ch, Int Ch Isotop's Marwin
Dam
Swd Ch Velvety Kiss Of Fire
Dam
Isotop's Sensuella Isabella
Sire
Swd Ch Toolbox Lycko Pelle
Dam
Swd Ch, Norw Ch Isotop's Tosca
Dam
Ch Chelsea's Blue Cameo, 1998 Top Winning Bedlington Terrier
Sire
Ch Chelsea's Blue Bugatti JE
Sire
Ch Chelsea's Memphis Blues JE
Dam
Chelsea's Blue Mountain Lady
Dam
Ch Chelsea's Love Is Blue
Sire
Am Can Ch I'm Blue Too Of Tamarack
Dam
Ch Chelsea Blue CD
Dam
Chelsea's Queen Of Comedy
Sire
Ch Chelsea's Blue Bugatti JE
Sire
Ch Chelsea's Memphis Blues JE
Sire
Ch Sayles Bet Your Heart On Me
Dam
Ch Chelsea Blue CD
Dam
Chelsea's Blue Mountain Lady
Sire
Skewhill Clearly Lucy Lad, English Import
Dam
Ch Chelsea's Love Is Blue
Dam
Ch Rathsrigg Patience, English Import
Sire
Eng Ch Rathsrigg Ranolph
Sire
Eng Ch Rathsrigg Rags
Dam
Eng Ch Rathsrigg Resplendent
Dam
Eng Ch Mollora Erigeron
Sire
Eng Ch Rathsrigg Raggald
Dam
Tarsia Blue Babs For Mollora

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Litter born:  Sunday, June 26, 2005  2= boys and 2= girls, all blue.

Sire:  BISS Ch. Angel's Blue Elvis of Eden [DNA 1,1 Clear]
Dam:  Ch. Jewelbox Diamond Lil [DNA 1,1 Clear]

All puppies will be unaffected non-carriers for copper toxicosis.
Contact:  Linda Freeman at  [email protected]   See pedigree below.
Pedigree for Litter born June 28, 2005
Bedlington Terrier
All puppies will be DNA 1,1 Clear of the gene for copper toxicosis
Sire
Ch Angel's Blue Elvis Of Eden, Best In Specialty Show Winner, 2004 Pedigree & BTCA Award Top Winning Bedlington
Sire
Ch St Lifer-Victoria Lancelot
Sire
Ch Devonshire Tinker Toy
Sire
Ch Liberty's Rain Beau Bleu
Dam
Ch Devonshir Tamarack Hasit All
Dam
Victoria St Lifer's Stardust
Sire
Ch Touchwood Foolproof
Dam
Ch Victoria Derbyshire Bailey
Dam
Ch Angel's Eve Of Eden
Sire
Ch Rathsrigg Saxon Ruler, English Import
Sire
Eng Ch Rathsrigg Ranolph
Dam
Eng Ch Rathsrigg Reflection
Dam
Ch Victoria's Little Angel
Sire
Ch Victoria-Bch Baby Blue Klu
Dam
Victoria's You Are My Sunshine
Dam
Ch Jewelbox Diamond Lil
Sire
Ch Isotop's Storm Warning, Swedish Import, 2001 & 2002 Pedigree Award Top Producing Stud Dog
Sire
Swd Ch Toolbox Besserwisser
Sire
Scan Int Ch Isotop's Marwin
Dam
Swd Ch Velvety Kiss Of Fire
Dam
Isotop's Sensuella Isabella
Sire
Swd Ch Toolbox Lycko Pelle
Dam
Swd Nor Ch Isotop's Tosca
Dam
Ch Chelsea's Blue Cameo, 1998 Pedigree Award Top Winning Bedlington Terrier
Sire
Ch Chelsea's Blue Bugatti JE
Sire
Ch Chelsea's Memphis Blues JE
Dam
Chelsea's Blue Mountain Lady
Dam
Ch Chelsea's Love Is Blue
Sire
Am Can Ch I'm Blue Too Of Tamarack
Dam
Ch Chelsea Blue CD

This pedigree page was built for free at SitStay.com

 

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 Bedlington Would Fit Your Lifestyle
    by Mr. Chris Lee

As well as the obvious perks of the Bedlington such as a non-shedding coat and smaller size, there are other attributes of the breed which are not so apparent until one finally meets one.

In temperament, the Bedlington is unlike most of his other Terrier counterparts. He tends to be a bit more sensitive and a lot more quiet. They are extremely tractable dogs and are very loyal to their owners and families. Bedlingtons excel in obedience and are very easily trained by a sensitive hand. They do not take well to harsh corrections nor do they seem to need it. Many owners marvel at their Bedlington being always by their side yet never in the way.

The Bedlington will seldom go looking for trouble and prefers to turn away from confrontations with other dogs. However, should the situation arise where he feels threatened and there is no way of escape, he will stand his ground and retaliate with incredible swiftness.

When out walking, the Bedlington should never be let off leash. This is a dog built for speed and they can run extremely quickly. Should a bird or squirrel cross their path they will most likely give chase and in many instances catch their quarry. The instinct to do what they were bred to do is alive and well in many individual dogs and owners should always be aware of this There usually is no great difference between the personlity of a male or a female. Both the boys and girls are intensely loving, loyal and tractable. The boys are equal to the girls in their task of loyal affection to their humans.

Bedlingtons seem to fit into just about any home environment. For those who like to run many miles everyday, there’s a Bedlington for you. For the more sedate owners who enjoy their creature comforts, there’s also a Bedlington who will eagerly accept the easy life. In short, a Bedlington is a dog that is easy going, quiet, clean, sensitive, intelligent, aware of their owner’s mood, very polite, won’t demand to go walking if you don’t feel like it, will delight in a ten mile hike if you feel like it, won’t be constantly bouncing off the walls, will defend their owners perhaps to the death, will sleep on the bed, will sleep on the couch, will treat your guests as if they were best friends, will help you plant (or unplant) your garden, won’t eat you out of house and home and so much more.

When you have decided to get a Bedlington, your best course of action is to let the breeder pick out a puppy for you. Breeders know their puppies and have a better chance of matching the right pup to the right owner.

Grooming the Bedlington can be accomplished with a little dedication and a good eye. If your dog is destined for the show ring, it is best to ask the breeder to show you how to groom. For pets, the main concern is keeping the coat mat free and clean. Attention to the eyes, ears and nails is the same for any dog no matter its vocation.

A dog with a typical coat that is well pigmented and has ample guard hairs to give a springy and slightly crispy feel to it is a joy for the owner to maintain. These coats require a thorough brushing out maybe only once or twice a week depending on how fussy the owner is. Baths are almost never required as this type of coat sheds dirt very easily and quickly.

The much less desired yet all too common coat lacks enough of these guard hairs and tends to mat quickly. It will not hold a combing for very long and does not shed dirt. These dogs can be helped by clipping down the coat very short periodically and the new coat that grows in sometimes improves in texture. These coats are usually stark white (a breed fault) and although thick, are often way too soft to be considered correct.

Bedlingtons may not be perfect for everyone. However, when they do fit an owner's requirements, there is perhaps no finer animal available to share one's life with.

If you are not sure whether the breed is for you, try to meet several members of the breed. Visitors are always welcome here and you are welcome to contact us with whatever questions you may have. We will do our best to help you in your search for your next companion.                                                                                         [Top of Page]