The Sealyham Terrier is a fearless pooch. The breed was created to hunt badgers, foxes, and otters. Known to be very approachable, unlike many other terriers, the Sealy's friendliness makes them an excellent therapy dog. This frisky canine does not always get along well with other dogs. A bit of a bruiser, the Sealy might not be a wise choice for a dog park. However, the breed's feisty nature is typical of most terriers and often a characteristic that owners enjoy. The Sealy is a dog that is happy on any outing but also enjoys just lounging around the house.
The Sealyham Terrier is known to have an independent streak, but that doesn't mean they don't enjoy one-on-one time with their beloved owner. Embarking on any of the above activities is a great way to bond with your pooch. Also, getting your dog out to enjoy an adventure is an excellent way to keep them in shape. All dogs benefit from a bit of exercise. Even though your Sealyham Terrier might not like hanging out with other dogs, there are still delightful games and outings that you can enjoy with your independent pal.