I had always loved Irish Wolfhounds
since I was a child and I was forever writing stories about these huge dogs," said Cathy.
n Originating in Ireland in the 1800s, Irish Wolfhounds
were used for hunting deer, wild boar and wolves.
4--Color) Owner Myles O'Reilly and his Irish wolfhound
, Fionn, are among many reasons to visit O'Reilly's Irish pub and restaurant.
The bulbs are huge so it would have to be a large dog - an Irish wolfhound
And you might be surprised to learn that one of them isn't an Irish wolfhound
We bought him from a local Irish wolfhound
Two-year-old Irish Wolfhound
Cuchulain - pronounced Kewcullan - was performing his first official engagement in front of the Queen Mum.
Kate, who has Irish ancestors, dressed in green and took time to stroke the regimental mascot, an Irish wolfhound
All versions of the mark include an Irish wolfhound
with its head turned back to face a round tower, with an Irish harp to the right.
This is Alan Dixon, aged two, of Ellesmere Port, hitching a ride on Irish wolfhound
Fionn, regimental mascot of the Irish Guards, with Cpl Robert O'Toole, of Dublin, at Liverpool Show, in July, 1970 Picture: NEVILLE WILLASEY, Daily Post archive
The red-haired Irish Wolfhound
from Cherry Tree Farm, in Atherstone Road, Hartshill, is about to become the official mascot of the Irish Guards Regiment.
But while the craze among celebrities may seem comical, animal charities are warning that for every tiny toy dog that quickly finds a new home, there ' s a Great Dane or an Irish wolfhound
being left behind.