Outstanding Irish Wolfhound

Outstanding Irish Wolfhound

  • Dog Breeds: Irish Wolfhound
  • Age: 8 weeks
  • Description: Several colos available…both sexes…very outgoing and social…handled daily. UTD on medical. Ch. Lines.for more information, please feel free to contact via phone/email. Registered. Photos were taken at 5 weeks old
  • Price: 1250.00
  • Location: Noblesville Indiana
  • Contact Number: 765-534-3375
  • E-mail: jglen1@embarqmail.com

Outstanding Irish Wolfhound

Outstanding Irish Wolfhound

  • Dog Breeds: Irish Wolfhound
  • Age: 8 weeks
  • Description: Several colos available…both sexes…very outgoing and social…handled daily. UTD on medical. Ch. Lines.for more information, please feel free to contact via phone/email. Registered
  • Price: 1250.00
  • Location: Noblesville Indiana
  • Contact Number: 765-534-3375
  • E-mail: jglen1@embarqmail.com

Golden Irish puppies

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  • Dog Breeds: Golden Irish
  • Age: 8 weeks
  • Description: Golden Irish puppies
  • Price: 1000
  • Location: 46750
  • Contact Number: 2603586897
  • E-mail: mel.r.meyers@gmail.com

Irish Wolfhound Puppies

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  • Dog Breeds: Irish Wolfhound
  • Age: unborn
  • Description: Irish Wolfhound Puppies for sale in OH. Dewormed, Dew Claws removed, and socialized.
  • Website: https://www.facebook.com/wolfhoundshenanigans/
  • Price: $1500
  • Location: Medina
  • Contact Number: 3306357162
  • E-mail: monicawirtz@gmail.com

Irish Shepadoodle Puppies for Sale – Olympia, Washington

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  • Dog Breeds: Mix Breed (German Shepherd / Poodle)
  • Age: 3 months
  • Description: 6-01 Half Standard Poodle half German shepherd/Irish Setter hypoallergenic non/less shedding shots & wormed cream m golden m Chocolate short hair f chocolate wavy coat m short hair red m
  • Price: 650
  • Location: Olympia, Washington
  • Contact Number: 2533328891
  • E-mail: bestillwaitonthelord@gmail.com

Mini Irish Doodles for Sale – Meridian, Idaho

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  • Dog Breeds: Irish Doodles
  • Age: 8 weeks
  • Description: 2 boys available. 8 weeks old. mini irish doodles. They will grow to be about 30 lbs. hypoalergenic and do not shed. Champian bloodlines. Previous litters and long family history of service dogs. Registered with the American canine hybrid club.
  • Website: darling-doodles.com
  • Price: 1750.
  • Location: Meridian, Idaho
  • Contact Number: 208-608-2808
  • E-mail: outtaport@yahoo.com

Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier Puppies for Sale – Hungary

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  • Dog Breeds: Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier
  • Age: 25
  • Description: Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier puppies for sale with FCI pedigree, microchip, vaccinations, deworming.
  • Website: www.reddaybreak.hu
  • Price: 700 Euro
  • Location: Hungary
  • Contact Number: 0036202525878
  • E-mail: padoszoli72@gmail.com

English Springer Spaniel Information

Description
The English Springer Spaniel is a medium-sized, compact dog. The head is in proportion with the body. The broad skull is medium in length and flat on the top. The length of the head is about the same as the length of the neck. The muzzle is about the same length as the skull, with a moderate stop. The nose is either liver or black, depending on the dog’s coat color. The teeth meet in a scissors bite. The medium sized, oval shaped eyes are either dark hazel in liver and white dogs or dark brown in the black and white dogs. The long, wide, pendant ears hang close to the cheeks and reach the nose when pulled forward. The chest is deep. The back is level with the length about the same as the height of the dog from the ground to the withers. The front legs are straight, and the feet are compact. The tail is usually docked. Note: docking tails is illegal in most parts of Europe. The coat is medium in length with feathering over the legs, ears, cheeks and brisket. Coat color comes in liver and white, and black and white, predominantly white with black or liver markings, blue or liver roan, a tricolor pattern of black and white or liver and white with tan markings, usually found on eyebrows, cheeks, inside of the ears and under the tail. The white areas of the coat may have ticking.

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Dogo Argentino Information

Description
The Dogo Argentino is also called the Argentinian Mastiff or Argentine Dogo. It is a large, well muscled dog. The deep-set chest is wide. There is an abundance of skin on the muscular neck. The head is massive with a rounded shape from front to the back. The muzzle concaves upwards slightly, with a slight stop and is about the same length as the skull. The jaws are strong. The teeth should meet in a scissors bite. The nose is black. The eyes are set well apart, and are dark brown, light brown or hazel in color. The rims of the eyes should be pink or black. The ears are set high and are usually cropped to make them stand erect, and triangular in shape. The thighs are very muscular with a short hock. There are usually no dewclaws. The thick tail is long and carried naturally low reaching the hock. The thick, glossy coat is white and has no undercoat. While not accepted in all clubs, sometimes the Dogo Argentino can have a black spot on the head known as "pirata". This trait in the Dogo┬┤s coat is accepted by Federacion Cinologica Argentina.

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Jack Russell Terrier Information

Description
A sturdy, tough terrier, very much on its toes all the time. The body length must be in proportion to the height, and it should present a compact, balanced image, always being in solid, hard condition. The head should be well balanced and in proportion to the body. The skull should be flat, of moderate width at the ears, narrowing to the eyes. There should be a defined stop, which is the transition area from backskull to muzzle, but not overpronounced. The length of the muzzle from the nose to the stop should be slightly shorter than the distance from the stop to the occiput. The nose should be black. The jaw should be powerful and well boned with strongly muscled cheeks. Eyes Should be almond shaped, dark in color and full of life and intelligence. The ears are small “V” shaped drop ears carried forward close to the head and of moderate thickness. Mouth Strong teeth with the top slightly overlapping the lower. Two bites are acceptable; level and scissor – scissor being preferred. The neck is clean and muscular, of good length, gradually widening at the shoulders. The shoulders should be sloping and well laid back, fine at points and clearly cut at the withers. Forelegs should be strong and straight boned with joints in correct alignment. Elbows hanging perpendicular to the body and working free of the sides. The chest should be shallow, narrow and the front legs not too widely apart, giving an athletic, rather than heavily chested appearance. As a guide only, the chest should be small enough to be easily spanned behind the shoulders, by average sized hands, when the terrier is in a fit, working condition. The back should be strong, straight and, in comparison to the height of the terrier, give a balanced image. The loin should be slightly arched. The hindquarters should be strong and muscular, well put together with good angulation and bend of stifle, giving plenty of drive and propulsion. Looking from behind, the hocks must be straight. The feet are round, hard padded, wide, of cat-like appearance, neither turning in nor out. The tail should be set rather high, carried gaily and in proportion to body length, usually about four inches long, providing a good hand-hold. The coat is smooth, without being so sparse as not to provide a certain amount of protection from the elements and undergrowth. Rough or broken coated, without being woolly. Colors, white should predominate (i.e., must be more than 51% white) with tan, black, or brown markings. Brindle markings are unacceptable. Gait movement should be free, lively, well coordinated with straight action in front and behind. Old scars or injuries, the result of work or accident, should not be allowed to prejudice a terrier’s chance in the show ring unless they interfere with its movement or with its utility for work or stud. An Irish-type called Jack Russell Shortys have shorter legs than the English-type.

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