||The Sealyham Terrier loves people and can be a great entertainer. This breed responds well to obedience training and serves as very reliable watch dogs. They're quiet around the house, yet very energetic outside.
||male: 23-24, female: 18-22
||All white, or with lemon, tan or badger markings on head and ears.
||Weather-resisting, comprised of soft, dense undercoat and hard, wiry top coat.
||Sealyhams are very playful and eager to please. Known for a great sense of humor, these dogs are outgoing and friendly.
||This breed is very friendly, but strong-willed and brave. They are devoted family pets and faithful companions.
||Its wire coat needs combing two to three times weekly, plus stripping every three months. Pet's coat may be clipped.
||This breed learns easily, but may try to undermine a trainer's authority. Training should be very consistent.
||The Sealyham's needs are not too demanding, consisting of a short to moderate walk or game session every day. If allowed off leash, it should be in a safe area because it may tend to follow its nose.
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||Major concerns: none.
Minor concerns: retinal dysplasia, lens luxation.
Occasionally seen: deafness