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DANLEA FARMS

Clayton, IN 46118

Additional Information: We have 30 years of experience breeding champion quality Irish Wolfhounds. We breed for temperment, health and longevity. No line breeding. All are AKC registered out of excellent pedigrees.

We are expecting a new litter of Wolfies October 3, 2013. Sired by Riley out of Anya. We expect these to be exceptionally nice puppies based on... ...

Services: Puppies,Stud Service

Linden Acres

New Richland, MN 56072

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 in 2015.

Our family lives on a hobby farm in southern Minnesota and breedsirish wolfhounds purely for family pets. Since our dogs are not fancy show dogs,... ...

Services: Puppies

KK Akers/Double K Akers

Richwood, OH 43344

Additional Information: We plan on having two litters in 2014. One black litter and one brindle and wheaton. No health issues.

 Two litters of Wolfhounds are planned for 2014. One Spring and one summer. Meeghan, our black female, will be bred, for the last time, to... ...

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McCuskers Irish Wolfhounds

Garrett, Pa 15542

Additional Information: Our Irish wolfhounds come from champion bloodlines with a long life span.Pups are dewormed and come with shots,health guarantee and dewclaws removed.Mother is 34 inches high and over 163 pounds.

We started breeding Irish Wolfhounds because we love how smart and loving the dogs are. We want to find homes for our puppies that will enjoy them... ...

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