The Sealyham Terrier belongs to the Terriers in the FCI grouping.
The Sealyham Terrier is classified under the Terrier group in the AKC grouping.
Is the Sealyham Terrier allowed as a pet in a Singapore HDB flat?
Wales (Sealyham), 1800s.
Hunting badger, otter, and fox.
Behaviour and Temperament
Cheerful, stubborn, stable, alert, fearless, sociable.
Calmer and more laid-back than many other terriers. Quiet in the house. Good watchdog, but not protective. Not reliable off leash.
What are some Physical Features of the Sealyham Terrier?
25.5 to 30.5cm; 8 to 11kg. Colours are all white, or with lemon, tan, or badger markings.
Coat Type and Recommended Grooming
Wiry, longer than many other terriers. Moderately high maintenance, brushing several times a week. Professional grooming is recommended; clipping for pets, stripping for show. Light shedding.
The Oldest Sealyham Terrier in the community
Eye problems, allergies, deafness.
Adaptable to urban areas but prefers the country.
Bonds to one owner. Not good with young children; good with kind older kids. Somewhat reserved with strangers. Not great with other pets but tolerant if socialised early.
Low; works best with food rewards. Some will attempt to dominate their owners; require an experienced hand.