Irish wolfhounds :} @Kyla: "Did you know they're the biggest breed of dog? They can stand up to 7 feet tall on their hind legs." Katie: "Oh, my goodness! I want one to hug and dance with!"

Irish wolfhounds :} @Kyla: "Did you know they're the biggest breed of dog? They can stand up to 7 feet tall on their hind legs." Katie: "Oh, my goodness! I want one to hug and dance with!"

Everything you need to know about Irish Wolfhounds - Personality, Health, Grooming, etc.

Everything you need to know about Irish Wolfhounds - Personality, Health, Grooming, etc.

Pretty! I love the Irish Wolf Hounds - very pretty/cool dogs - gentle giants, I would love to have one someday! Velvet and tweed

Pretty! I love the Irish Wolf Hounds - very pretty/cool dogs - gentle giants, I would love to have one someday! Velvet and tweed

The Irish Wolfhound is the tallest of all dog breeds, but despite his intimidating size, he's a gentle giant -- an intelligent, calm, and loyal breed. http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2015/09/25/irish-wolfhound-facts.aspx

The Irish Wolfhound is the tallest of all dog breeds, but despite his intimidating size, he's a gentle giant -- an intelligent, calm, and loyal breed. http://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/healthypets/archive/2015/09/25/irish-wolfhound-facts.aspx

Historians claim that there are drawings of dogs that resemble the Great Dane on Egyptian monuments from roughly 3000 B.C. The earliest written description of a dog resembling the breed can be found in Chinese literature of 1121 B.C. The origins of the Great Dane as we know it today can be traced to the Irish Wolfhound with mixture of old English Mastiff. The breed was originally developed by the Germans to hunt boar, a ferocious animal. When no longer used for hunting, the breed changed to…

Historians claim that there are drawings of dogs that resemble the Great Dane on Egyptian monuments from roughly 3000 B.C. The earliest written description of a dog resembling the breed can be found in Chinese literature of 1121 B.C. The origins of the Great Dane as we know it today can be traced to the Irish Wolfhound with mixture of old English Mastiff. The breed was originally developed by the Germans to hunt boar, a ferocious animal. When no longer used for hunting, the breed changed to…

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