- n. a wire-haired terrier with short legs that was first bred in Sealyham
- n. a village in southwestern Wales where the Sealyham terrier was first bred
“Then he would call his Sealyham and speak to him of the lady, asking if she were not wonderful and a sight for sore eyes.”
“Sealyham Terrier: Oh we have some serious Michael Jordan tongue going with this entry.”
“Matthew Dennison is convinced that in abandoning the Sealyham and Dandie Dinmont we diminish our heritage.”
“In abandoning the Sealyham and Dandie Dinmont, says Matthew Dennison, we diminish our heritage”
“This year, an American-owned, Canadian-bred Sealyham won Crufts, spurring increased interest in the minority breed.”
“The third inhabitant was a Sealyham terrier upon whom Cary Grant intriguingly bestowed his own old name: Archie Leach.”
“The second and third placements, the Smooth Fox Terrier and the Sealyham, didn't do much for me, but I was very excited to see the Staffordshire Bull Terrier take fourth.”
“I know nothing about terriers except for growing up with a Scottie/Sealyham cross whom we considered a full-scale person.”
“There were Ben, a Sealyham, and Sally, a cocker spaniel, and they started a deafening barking contest with Prince.”
“Sealyham puppy and named Jeremy, and Jeremy was very much in evidence at all times, a very cute little dog with a blue ribbon around his neck.”
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