Sealyham Terrier Dog Breed
 

Sealyham Terrier Dogs

Sealyham

The Sealyham Terrier gets his name from Sealyham, Haverfordwest, Wales Sometime between 1850 and 1891, Captain John Edwardes developed a strain of dogs whose background was not known. They excelled in hunting badger, otter, and fox. The qualities that were bred into these dogs were extreme gameness and endurance along with a powerful small body that was quick and could dig and do battle underground.

The Sealyham is a good companion that is outgoing, friendly and a good house dog. Easy to learn, he has a big bark for such a small dog.

Height: at the withers about 10 inches.

Weight: 23-24 pounds for males; females, slightly less.

Coat Color - The coloration is paramount to the Sealyham look - tan or badger patches marking the pure white head and ears (without exaggeration). Otherwise, the body is solid white. Requires coat care.

Training Information

American Sealyham Terrier Club

Secretary, Judy E. Thill, 13948 N. Cascade Rd., Dubuque, IA 52003

Breeder Contact, Mrs. Patsy Underwood, 3206 W Cortez Ct. W, Irving, TX 75062, (972) 255-3581

 


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