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Bedlington terrier

a small, soft-coated terrier, distinguished by its Roman nose and roached back which are accentuated by trimming and grooming for purposes of showing. Originally used for hunting small game, dog fighting and racing. The breed is subject to inherited retinal dysplasia and copper-associated hepatopathy.
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Bedlington terrier copper-associated hepatopathy
an inherited copper storage disease in which Bedlington terriers homozygous for the trait accumulate copper in their liver and suffer a slowly progressive hepatopathy. Clinical signs referable to liver disease develop in young to older adult dogs. The disease is incurable, but may be managed with d-penicillamine or other decoppering agents. Called also Bedlington terrier liver disease.
Bedlington terrier liver disease
see Bedlington terrier copper-associated hepatopathy (above).
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The parade of Bedlington terriers in aid of charity at the home of the team of the same name
Ebac Northern League Divison One: Consett 5 Norton and Stockton Ancients 2, Dunston UTS 4 Newcastle Benfield 2, West Auckland Town 4 Bedlington Terriers 2.
Bedlington Terriers manager Andy Ferrell, who called of a pre-season friendly with Heaton Stannington so his side could take part in the Match for Margaret, said: "It was for a very good cause and it was great to see so many people turn up.
Bedlington Terriers, who reached a Wembley cup final 14 years ago, are around PS15,000 in debt to the firm and it is understood they will be forced to close if it is shown they cannot repay the money.
Shildon go into the vital final game at Doctor Pitt Welfare Park on a high but Bedlington Terriers will need a much-improved performance than the one they gave against Celtic Nation on Saturday if they are to cause an upset.
It was revealed last week that Bedlington Terriers, who reached a Wembley cup final just 14 years ago, have been served with the winding-up order by Choppington-based Trystar Construction Ltd.
30pm): Birtley St Joseph's Blyth Isabella; Cramlington Town v Ponteland United; Cullercoats v Bedlington Terriers Reserves; Gosforth Bohemians v Wooler; Newcastle Chemfica Independent v New Fordley; Newcastle University v Hexham; Percy Main Amateurs v Wallsend Boys Club.
Bedlington Terriers are around PS15,000 in debt to the firm, chairman Ronan Liddane told The Journal last night.
TOMORROW EBAC NORTHERN LEAGUE Division One (3pm): Ashington v Whitley Bay, Bishop Auckland v Bedlington Terriers, Consett v Newcastle Benfield, Guisborough T own v Durham City, Morpeth Town v Dunston UTS, North Shields v Newton Aycliffe, Penrith v Jarrow Roofing, Shildon v Celtic Nation, West Allotment Celtic vCrook Town, West Auckland Town v Marske United.
2 BEDLINGTON Terriers reached the semi finals of the Northumberland FA Senior Cup with a thrilling victory over Newcastle United Reserves at Dr Pitt Welfare Park last night.
Dan Iredale, formerly with Whitley Bay and Bedlington Terriers, came on as a substitute last Saturday when Joe Kendrick, the ex-Blyth Spartans and Bedlington Terriers player, started the game.
Ebac Northern League Division One (3pm): Bedlington Terriers v North Shields, Billingham Synthonia v Penrith, Bishop Auckland v Whitley Bay, Celtic Nation v West Allotment Celtic, Consett v Newton Aycliffe, Crook Town v Ashington, Jarrow Roofing v Shildon, Marske United v Morpeth Town, Newcastle Benfield v Guisborough Town, Sunderland RCA v Dunston UTS, West Auckland Town v Durham City.