Known for their impressive height and gentle disposition, Irish Wolfhounds are one of the tallest dog breeds in the world. They were originally bred for hunting wolves and large game.
Recognizable for their beautiful mahogany or chestnut-colored coat, Irish Setters are energetic and friendly dogs. They were originally bred for hunting birds and are known for their keen sense of smell.
These dogs are known for their water-resistant curly coat and distinctive "rat tail." They were originally bred for retrieving waterfowl in the marshes and lakes of Ireland.
A versatile breed, the Kerry Blue Terrier was originally used for hunting small game and birds, as well as working as a farm dog. They are known for their distinctive blue coat.
These terriers are sturdy and strong, originally bred for hunting vermin and as working dogs on farms in the Glen of Imaal in County Wicklow, Ireland.
Recognizable for their soft, silky, wheaten-colored coat, these terriers are known for their friendly and outgoing nature. They were originally bred for herding and guarding livestock.
Known for their fiery temperament and distinctive red coat, Irish Terriers were originally used for hunting small game and vermin. They are courageous and loyal dogs.
This is a less common variety of the Irish Setter, known for their striking red and white coat. They share many characteristics with the Irish Setter, including their hunting abilities.