The Sealyham Terrier is named after the Sealyham House in Wales where the breed was originally cultivated. They're considered a "hypoalergenic" breed because they hardly shed even with their two-layer coat. The under-layer is dense and the outer, longer layer, is weather resistant. They were once one of the most popular terrier breeds, but nowadays they're rare and even called endangered in their native lands. This Sealyham is colored to match Stache, the 2023 winner of the Purina National Dog Show!