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Sealyham Terrier Info

Sealyham Terrier Breed Information

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Lifespan: 12-15 years Height: 9-11" Shedding: Lite Litter Size: 1-3 pups
Group: Terrier Weight: 19-25 lbs Hair Length: Long Size: Small

Breed Overview

The Sealyham Terrier is a Small dog breed, with a starting weight of 19 lbs that can reach 25 lbs. It is officially part of the Terrier group and recognized by the CKC, FCI, AKC, ANKC, NKC, NZKC, APRI, ACR. Some critical information for potential owners. The Sealyham Terrier breed has a typical lifespan of 12 to 15 years, Long hair, and have Lite shedding. Breeders interested in the Sealyham Terrier should know that the average litter size is between 1 to 3 puppies.

Sealyham Terrier Breed Characteristics

Group Terrier Drooler no
Size Small Guard Dog no
Origin Wales Easy to Train
Kid Friendly no Hypoallergenic no
Stranger Friendly somewhat Active Indoors no
Apartment Friendly yes Exercise Demands no
Pet Friendly yes Yard Needs none
Intelligent Grooming Requirements weekly
Barks Dangerous no

Sealyham Terrier Temperament

loyal, loving, independent, spirited, brave, less rowdy than other terriers, good with other pets, best with older children who are considerate of dogs

Health Problems

no recorded health-related concerns or issues

Sealyham Terrier Coat

Sealyham Terrier Dog Colors

Solid white. Tan, yellow or badger (a combination of black, brown, gray and white hair) markings on head and ears are acceptable

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