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Additional Information: 10 healthy unregistered Irish Wolfhound pups. Mom and Dad both on site, Mom is registered, Dad is not.
We first bought our male (Kano) 4 years ago, he was a birthday present for my husband. We didn't know much about the breed and it was very... ...
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.
$1800. Non-refundable down payment is $200. Liver shunt tested. Microchipped ...
Additional Information: We have 36 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.
Updated 08/20/2019: Beautiful litter of six Irish Wolfhound puppies born 6-23-19. Off to a great start. Four males and two females. Ready to go.... ...
Additional Information: Our wolfhounds are family pets. Pups are raised in our country home & well socialized. Pups come with a 2 year health guarantee. Spring '19 litter has arrived. Email for more info
Our family lives on a dairy goat farm in southern Minnesota and breeds irish wolfhounds purely for family pets. Since our dogs are not show... ...
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