Dogs - Irish Terrier
About Irish Terriers
The Irish terrier is an ancient breed, whose history is traced back to Ireland. They were once known as Irish sporting terriers.
Irish terriers were bred to hunt rats and other animals. They sniffed out and retrieved game.
Irish terrier breeders in South
|Irish Terrier Puppies available:
KUSA registered, inoculated, dewormed and microchipped. Will be ready from the beginning of January 2015. R4 500. Please contact Louis Louw at 082 4745 099.
email@example.com No breeding restrictions.
| Tharina Pelser
072 872 1481 or mail
More pix on our webpage: Glenhill
About Irish terriers
The coat is always red. The harsh wiry coat benefits from being hand-stripped rather than clipped, though the beard and eyebrows can be tidied up with scissors. Brushing
the coat to remove dead undercoat will also help.
An Irish terrier will often pick a fight with other dogs. They make good guard dogs.
Early development of dog breeds
The tail used to be docked but docking is
going out of fashion.
Height: 46 - 48 cms at shoulder
Irish terriers owned by Anne & Angus Murray, South Africa
Czars Sweet Molly Malone (Imp USA)
Guinness & Maggie
|If your Irish terrier gets into a fight with another dog, don't grab his collar, tail, or ears! Your are likely to get bitten. Try squirting the dogs in the face with water & lemon juice.
"Like one who grabs a dog by the ears is a passer-by who meddles in a quarrel not his own."
Proverbs 26 v 17 The Bible.
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