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Sealyham Terriers: Pets or Not?

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It cannot be denied that there are certain dogs that can never be considered for pets. These dogs are those independent and aloof ones that could live without getting the affection of its owners. Usually these dogs are those fierce and aggressive ones that are used for guarding homes and belongings. On the other hand, there are dogs that thrive on the companionship and friendship of the family that it belongs to. These dogs are usually the ones that could never live without being with people all the time. Meanwhile, there are also other dogs that you could not really fully decide on whether it is a pet or not. This is usually because their temperament is somehow a mixture of traits that are found in the two types of dogs mentioned above. In the end, the decision of these dogs being pets or not would largely depend on how they are treated by the family or people who own them.

One of the dogs that you could not really say offhand if it is a pet or not is the Sealyham Terrier. Being a small dog, the Sealyham is one of the most ideal companions that you could ever have. Because it was bred as a hunting dog, however, there are still other people who could not really decide if it is appropriate to be labeled as a pet or not.

So, here are some of the Sealyham Terrier's redeeming qualities that could convince you that it is definitely a dog that you could call a pet. A Sealyham is companion that is jovial and jaunty, and it is very much devoted to its owner. While it has a high independence streak and could be spirited as well, it is very affectionate and has a calm and relaxed attitude. It is very happy when it is made an integral part of your family's life especially when it comes to play sessions and other family activities. A Sealyham is also an obedient dog that likes to please its owner as much as it can. Although it is best for you to have a Sealyham Terrier if your children are older and more considerate, this dog is still known for its exemplary behavior around children as long as it is not abused. If your family has other pets, then your Sealyham can get along well with them, too.

Another consideration that you can also look into in determining if a Sealyham Terrier is a pet or not is its adaptability to the location and size of your home. You must know that as this dog needs only a small amount of exercise, it is suited both for city and country living. Because it only needs short walks or quick romps in park, it can fare well in condominiums and apartments as well as in homes in the sprawling countryside. You have to understand though that no matter where you live, your Sealyham will always be interested in inspecting your home and its surroundings.

Now, that it is somehow clear that a Sealyham Terrier can really be considered as a pet, expect great times with it. This is because your Sealyham also has a great sense of humor that you will love.

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