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Additional Information: AKC reg. Irish Wolfhound puppies. Raised inside my home with my children and other pets. Mom is 35 inch Grey Brindle and dad is a 39 1/2 inch Wheaten. Come with age appropriate shots and wormings.
Double K Akers
Additional Information: I have a black, four year old, male, Irish Wolfhound, that needs a special home. He has skinned his face and front legs, trying to get out and catch chipmunks. Not the first time. Needs lots of love.
Additional Information: We have 35 years of experience breeding champion quality Irish Wolfhounds. We breed for temperament, health and longevity. No line breeding. AKC registered out of excellent pedigrees. All puppy shots.
We have one male out of a litter born 10-6-16 and three males and one female aout of a litter born 11-4-16. Big, beautiful puppies off... ...
ShagBark Irish Wolfhounds
Additional Information: My wolfhounds are household companions and my wish is that pups go to forever homes where they are with you indoors and out. They are microchipped, AKC reg., UTD on vaccines & heartworm prevention.
I am not planning another litter until late summer 2017. $1800. Non-refundable down payment is $200. Liver shunt tested.... ...
Additional Information: Our wolfhounds are family pets. Pups are raised in our country home & well socialized. Pups come with a 2 year health guarantee. Next litter anticipated in 2017.
Our family lives on a dairy goat farm in southern Minnesota and breeds irish wolfhounds purely for family pets. Since our... ...
McCuskers Irish Wolfhounds
Additional Information: We started breeding Irish Wolfhounds because we wanted to share this wonderful, loving and gentle breed with other families who would love them as much as we do. They are wonderful family companions
We do our best to raise the most healthy, well socialized pups we can. Pups are dewormed, have their dewclaws removed and are up to date on their... ...
Lucky D Irish Wolfhounds
Additional Information: We offer FULL Reg. Stud Service.
Additional Information: Rysheron Irish Wolfhounds has been in existance since 1976. We strive to produce the highest quality Irish Wolfhounds that meet the AKC Standand of excellence. We have a new litter born sept. 1st 2014
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