I first fell in love with the Sealyham Terrier when my friend added a Sealy “Duffy” to her family. This was 10 years ago. He is a wonderful dog and always came with us to horse shows back when we were showing horses. I looked into Sealys and was heart broken when I found out they had low breed numbers. After doing a lot of research on grooming, showing and caring for Sealyhams I decided to start searching for a Sealyham of my own to show. Luckily for me I found a breeder close to home that has mentored me through the process. I now have 4 Sealyhams. My original is Pippa who is now 6 years old. She had 3 litters and is retired now and living the good life as a couch potato with us. I have 2 of her daughters and a 5 year old stud dog I imported. One of her daughters earned her grandchampionship last year at 1.5 years old and she is now the mother of my new litter out of GCHB Slyfox Cecil De Rougemont, last years Westminsters BOS. The puppies are raised in our house. They are raised in my bedroom until they are 4 weeks old and then move upstairs after 4 weeks. They are raised under foot. They stay with us until they are 10 weeks old. All puppies have age appropriate vaccinations, Lifetime AKC reunite microchip, are dewormed, socialized, registered with the AKC by the breeder and go home with the food they are on.
- American Sealyham Terrier Club
- Sealyham Terrier Club of Southern California
- All Terrier Club of Western Washington
- Breed Preservation
Born April 13th, 2022. This litter consists of 5 boys and 1 girl. I have 1 wonderful boy still looking for his forever home.