Irish wolfhound

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large breed of hound with a rough thick coat

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SHE'S been known to take her giant Irish wolfhounds to school writing workshops, but author Cathy Farr has now turned to smaller dogs for inspiration.
The results were compared with DNA from 140 dogs representing 67 breeds around the world--from the African basenji to the Irish wolfhound.
Experts also blamed the recession as families struggle to cover the cost of caring for big breeds such as the Irish wolfhound.
Kate presented 300 shamrocks to officers and guardsmen, including one for the regiment mascot, Irish wolfhound Domhnall.
Cathy will be accompanied by her seven-month-old Irish Wolfhound Mojo.
Ready for duty: Conmael, the Irish Wolfhound mascot lines up with the guardsmen of the Irish Guards as they are inspected at their barracks in Windsor, as they prepare for their duties during the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton next Friday.
Also pictured are soldiers from the regiment and mascot Conmeal the Irish Wolfhound Picture: MILLS MEDIA
As the picture from our archive, taken in April 1972, shows, Boru was a 13-stone Irish wolfhound, and a force to be reckoned with.
A dog because mine was put to sleep last year and I can't have another one, I would get a proper dog like an Irish Wolfhound or a Great Dane.
She was finally rescued by paramedics when the barking of her faithful Irish wolfhound, Patsy, alerted a passer-by.
John has eight Rottweilers and an Irish wolfhound, but, in true eccentric rock star fashion, there are no poky kennels for these cossetted canines.
It left the Divis Tower in West Belfast at noon, making its way along the Falls Road with an Irish wolfhound called Tara at the lead.
Meanwhile registration of the English setter has dropped by 32 per cent and the Irish wolfhound has reduced by 26 per cent.
GIFT: The Duchess of Cambridge presents shamrock to the mascot of the 1st Battalion Irish Guards, an Irish wolfhound called Domhnall
For it is Cathy's Irish Wolfhound Finn, who measures nine feet from nose to tail, who has provided much of the inspiration for her new career as an author.
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