I’m excited, this is my first doghouse listing. (This is Angel talking, Angel is my dog)
This is Logan who was born on St. Patrick’s day! 4 years ago. He was a champion show dog, winning every show he entered except one. He retired from the ring and became my hiking buddy last June. He is shy and afraid of small dogs & cats…unless they run. He very rarely barks, even when he meets barking dogs or strange people. He thinks he is a lap dog. He travels back and forth to San Diego, 11 hrs, without so much as a bark, whine or cry…he just wants to go where ever Jeff goes. He doesn’t seem fast loping around until you see him gallop like a horse.
The Irish Wolfhound was originally a war dog, used to drag men out of chariots or off horseback, but was also used as a hunting hound and as a guard. There are numerous references in Irish mythology to its prowess in all these fields. It was used to hunt the Irish elk and the wolf and was used singly or in pairs rather than in a pack, hence the need for great size. When the last of the wolves in Ireland was killed (the elk had become extinct long before), the breed dwindled and almost died out. The process was not helped by the demand for this magnificent hound around the world. It was given as a gift to kings and princes, but this was eventually stopped by Oliver Cromwell who brought out a law banning its export.
This is Angel, my dog, first doghouse listing and she is excited! Have a dog? A dog house (you can make one up)? Angel would like to list your doghouse, send a picture of your dog and a doghouse, along with the square footage, how many bathrooms the doghouse has and we’ll post it on this site. Tell us what’s special about your dog and what breed it is. Angel would appreciate that. See the About Us page for details.
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