Welcome To The
Sealyham Terrier Club
The Club is the oldest established dedicated to Sealyham Terriers ,
known as the Parent Club of the breed.
Originally established on the 8th January 1908 by sportsman in Pembrokeshire, to further interest in the breed.
Our aim is to bring together like minded people who have a love for the breed, whether that be through events, education, welfare or health initiatives. Whilst the Club has adapted to meet the needs of today, the original purpose of the club at registration remains unchanged:
To maintain and protect the breed type according to the Sealyham Terrier Breed standard approved by the Kennel Club.
To promote sensible breeding of the Sealyham Terrier with regard to type, soundness and temperament. The Club recommends code of practice for breeders and all members should abide by this.
To provide assistance to breeders and new owners; to provide information to prospective owners on the breed.
Supporting shows, educating judges and creating interest in the breed.
Becoming A Member
We are a small club in keeping with the specialist nature of our breed. We encourage owners, potential owners and anyone with an interest in this fantastic breed to become members and get involved in all aspects of the club – whether your interest is in showing your dog or just having fun, everyone is welcome to join.
A Breed Standard is the guideline which describes the ideal characteristics, temperament and appearance of a breed and ensures that the breed is fit for function.
The Sealyham Terrier Club hosts two events a year. They are a great way to meet fellow Sealyham enthusiasts and are open to all. Dates for events upcoming events can be found on the following link
Mrs Trish or Dee
Trezise - Dundas
Telephone 01344 772739
Mrs Margaret Beale
Welfare & Rehoming
Tel: 01953 498707