The Sealyham Terrier

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Country of Origin: Wales

Group: UKC/AKC

History: The Sealyham Terrier was bred to hunt otter, fox, and badger on the Sealyham Estate in Wales. Today, this terrier does well in the show ring and as a companion.

Description: The Sealyham terrier, although small, is powerful. With a rectangular head and body, the Sealyham carries a beard and whiskers. He has small, brown eyes and a large, black nose.

The Sealyham has folded ears that are leveled with the top of his head. His tail is docked and stands erect. He is double-coated and carries a thick undercoat with a wiry outer coat that is either all white with an off-white/tan or brown colored markings on ears and head.

Height: 10.5 inches

Weight: 20-25 pounds

Temperament: The Sealyham terrier enjoys hunting. This is a resilient breed that is very loyal.

Activity Level: The Sealyham terrier thrives on regular exercise and having a good run. This breed is excellent with a terrier-familiar pet parent.

Special Needs: Positive training, fenced yard, socialization, grooming.

Health Concerns: Allergies, deafness, and possibly eye problems

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