Sealyhams may be the most hipster-looking dog on this list, with a distinctive beard that would fit right in at a food truck round up.
While not as high energy as the Westie, the Sealyham Terrier has typical terrier characteristics, such as a strong-willed, spirited nature, says DiNardo. Like other terrier breeds, the Sealyham is outgoing, friendly and adaptable, yet is also calmer and quieter than other terriers, she says. The Sealyham is moderately active, needing daily walks and interaction to stay happy and healthy.
DiNardo does note that the Sealyham’s white coat, may have lemon or tan markings on the head and ears, and while the breed has a low-maintenance attitude, it should be brushed and combed twice a week, and trimmed or stripped monthly.
Because Sealyhams were bred to hunt in packs, they tend to cooperate with other dogs, but they should be supervised when with children and other dogs, she says.