Sealyham terrier

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a wire-haired terrier with short legs that was first bred in Sealyham

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Top, Australian Shepherd Caitland Isle Take A Chance in 2006 and Margery Good from Pennsylvannia, with her winning Sealyham Terrier Efbe's Hidalgo At Goodspice
Breeds on the 'at watch' list, from left, the Cardigan corgi, Welsh springer spaniel, Pembroke corgi and sealyham terrier
A SEALYHAM Terrier won the Cruft's crown last night, ending months of controversy for the world famous dog show.
The bottom 10 are the plott coonhound, Dandie Dinmont terrier, Sealyham terrier, German pinscher, Canaan, komondor, American foxhound, harrier, otterhound and, in last place, the English foxhound.
Years ago, Cooper's breed - the Sealyham terrier - was the toast of Hollywood with Princess Margaret, Alfred Hitchcock, Cary Grant and Liz Taylor owning one.
Janet Wonnacott, secretary of the Sealyham Terrier Club in Milford Haven, said the dogs make ideal family dogs.
Former international drugs runner Alan "Dogs" Jones - so-called because he is never seen without his Sealyham Terrier, Dylan, at his side - has decided to pen his autobiography three decades after serving a jail sentence in North Africa and Spain for smuggling cannabis.
Champ: Last year's winner Sealyham Terrier Charmin and handler Margery.
The worst hit were Yorkshire terrier, down 68 per cent, then old English sheepdog, Sealyham terrier, Welsh corgi, rough collie and Shetland sheepdog.