The great hounds of Ireland almost became extinct
about 200 years ago. Because of the efforts of a few
fanciers, the breed was saved from extinction and
brought to its present state. The Irish wolfhound of
today is still a fierce predator when the need arises
but is also the gentlest of house dogs when relaxing.
J is one of those loveable gentle giants and lives in
our home with two people, another Irish wolfhound
and a small dachshund.
Cnoc an Doire
with love by