Irish terrier


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Irish terrier

a small to medium sized, active dog with a long head, erect, folded ears, docked tail, and a hard, wiry coat in shades of red or wheaten. The breed is affected by cystinuria and congenital myotonia.
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People who see the film may think about owning an Irish Terrier," said Lisa Peterson, AKC spokesperson.
Always start your search with the Irish Terrier Club of America to find a responsible breeder.
It's not surprising that the Irish Terrier was chosen to play a canine hero in the movie," said Mike Kowalczuk, President of the Irish Terrier Club of America.
As puppies, Irish Terriers need a lot of socialization and training to support their upbeat Irish spirit, and to become loving, well-mannered family companions.
Irish Terriers have a beautiful, dense and hard coat which requires time-consuming hand stripping at least twice a year.
Most often noted for its warm, wheaten-colored coat, this Irish terrier is also athletic and able to compete in dog trials or shows that require agility.
IRISH terrier Willo Flood was having a scan today as Gordon Strachan faced up to fresh injury problems ahead of Saturday's big derby against Newcastle United.
PLAYER SPOTLIGHT PLAYER SPOTLIGHT IRISH terrier Willo Flood is set to become a big favourite with Boro fans because of his all-action, aggressive and committed approach to the game.
Organiser John Lambe of Oakes said: "We got together at the Irish Centre as a sort of unofficial supporters group, the Huddersfield Town Irish Terriers.
Giant Schnauzers rose from 96 to 83; Keeshonden from 103 to 86; Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers from 104 to 97; Irish Terriers from 132 to 123; Kerry Blue Terriers from 130 to 126; Lakeland Terriers from 137 to 134; Sussex Spaniels from 169 to 162; and Dandie Dinmont Terriers from 172 to 168.

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