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Irish Dog Breeds: Celebrate St. Patricks Day Petting One of These

One of those dogs long that it is high. The Glenn of Imaal Terrier is quite   energetic. And as puppies of any breed often have sudden bursts of energy, running in circles or dashing to another room as if they have an appointment, Glen of Imaal's are like that for most of their lives. After all, they were originally bred to hunt badger, so no wonder they are determined and steadfast. Not a shedder, but their double coat requires brushing.
These celtic canines represent the charm of Ireland, and their determination too.   Type your email address in the box and click the “create subscription” button. My list is completely spam free, and you can opt out at any time.

Irish Dog Breeds

One of those dogs long that it is high. These guys are surprisingly energetic. And as puppies of any breed often have sudden bursts of energy, running in circles or dashing to another room as if they have an appointment, Glen of Imaal's are like that for most of their lives. Afterall, they were originally bred to hunt badger. Not a shedder, but their double coat requires brushing.
Irish dog breeds may reflect the charm, outgoing happy feeling of the people of Ireland. Clearly having an Irish dog breed is a lucky charm. Here’s a gallery featuring nine Celtic Canines.

Irish Dog Breeds

This dog's heritage is hunting badger and fox - no wonder they can have an attitude and may be independent. Longer than it is tall, the Glen of Imaal, from a valley in the Wicklow mountains. The breed is mostly a pet today in Ireland and elsewhere.
Here are eight good luck charms, all dogs from Ireland. For most people with allergies, by the way, the Irish Water Spaniel is a good choice; and the Kerry Blue, Soft Coated Wheaten and perhaps Irish Terrier may also not cause as much sneezing for runny eyes as some other breeds.
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Bark for Chicago's Astounding Dog Show

Carl Auslander and Sindy Schneider of the IKC present the Best in Show honors with BIS judge Liepmann to CH. Casablanca's Thrilling Seduction
The International Kennel Club of Chicago dog show is one of the best in the nation for the dogs, and most important for people who attend. Being a benched show, you can walk up and down aisles and meet the canine athletes. Aside from the conformation competition – which leads to Best in Show –... Read more »

David Frei's Westminster Predictions, Take This for Your Office Pool

"He's a wonderful dog, and on any given day - well, you never know," Frei says.
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Lucky Irish Dog Breeds

These dog breeds from Ireland must be as lucky as four-leaf clover.
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Images from Big Dog Show

The International Kennel Club of Chicago Dog Show was February 27, 28 at McCormick Place. I walked around with my camera, and share the images with you from this wonderful and prestigious benched show (a benched show means dogs must hang out – and spectators can meet the participants).
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