Bedlington terrier

one of an English breed of terriers having a topknot and a thick, fleecy, usually bluish coat, groomed to resemble a lamb.
Historical Examples

There was a Bedlington terrier—Parker’s dog—attached (literally) to the caravan.
Tomaso’s Fortune and Other Stories Henry Seton Merriman

a lithe, graceful breed of terrier having a long tapering head with no stop and a thick fleecy coat Often shortened to Bedlington


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