History of breed Sealyham Terrier

Silichem Terrier was born in the XIX century. His homeland is South Wales. The father of the breed was Captain John Tucker Edwards, who wished to create a hard-haired terrier, who would not be afraid of bad weather and had a white color so that sniffer dogs from a distance could distinguish him from game.

In 20-30 years of the twentieth century Scotch terrier was at the peak of fame. Then Fortune stopped smiling at him and Scotch Terriers went out of fashion. But today, this dog is loved and bred in all corners of the world.

Silichem Terrier was born in the XIX century. His homeland is South Wales. The father of the breed was Captain John Tucker Edwards, who wished to create a hard-haired terrier, who would not be afraid of bad weather and had a white color so that sniffer dogs from a distance could distinguish him from game.

To get the desired result, he used first of all the Cheshire Terrier (today no longer existing). This terrier had a completely white coat. To get short paws so that the terrier could crawl into the hole, he used the Welsh Corgi breed. There were also attempts to cross a terrier with a wire-haired Fox Terrier and West Highland White Terrier.

However, none of these attempts satisfied him. And he returned to the original type. But it took a lot of time before the breed acquired the look that we have now. When the breed began to spread like a show dog, it met with resistance from purists, fans of terriers.

Then the supporters and lovers of this breed have organized their own club of breeders Sealic terriers, and set the standard for lighter dogs than those that are bred today. The post-war period was, in truth, a period of rock take-off. But in 1950, the English club demanded the unification of the breed parameters and once and for all approved its standard

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