Irish Wolfhound

The tallest of the sighthounds, the Irish Wolfhound resembles a rough-coated Greyhound, although of more powerful build. Great size has been especially valued in the breed. This combination of speed, power, and size enabled the Irish Wolfhound to run down and overpower large prey. Despite its size, the breed is gracefully built, with an easy and active gait and a proudly held head. The rough coat, which provides protection against the cold and damp, is especially wiry and long over the eyes and under the jaw.
Tucker
Tucker
Irish Wolfhound
Sandston, Virginia
Bonn
Bonn
Irish Wolfhound
Helotes, Texas
Bonn
Irish Wolfhound
Helotes, Texas
SCOUT
SCOUT
Irish Wolfhound
Dubois, Wyoming
Lock
Lock
Irish Wolfhound
San Antonio, Texas
Shock
Shock
Irish Wolfhound
San Antonio, Texas
Keysha
Keysha
Irish Wolfhound
Los Angeles, California
22-353
22-353
Irish Wolfhound
Ridgecrest, California
Sunny
Sunny
Irish Wolfhound
Florida
Gizmo
Gizmo
Irish Wolfhound
Newport, North Carolina
Pepe
Pepe
Irish Wolfhound
El Paso, Texas
Tucker
Tucker
Irish Wolfhound
Kansas City, Missouri
Maximus
Maximus
Irish Wolfhound
Boyne City, Michigan
Finn
Finn
Irish Wolfhound
Kennesaw, Georgia
Gandalf
Gandalf
Irish Wolfhound
Santa Rosa, California
Roxie
Roxie
Irish Wolfhound
Green River, Wyoming
*Dory*
*Dory*
Irish Wolfhound
Salt Lake City, Utah
Maximus
Maximus
Irish Wolfhound
Boyne City, Michigan
Scruffy baby copy #3 22179
Scruffy baby copy #3 22179
Irish Wolfhound
Muskegon, Michigan
Scruffy baby 22167
Scruffy baby 22167
Irish Wolfhound
Muskegon, Michigan
Scruffy baby copy #1 22177
Irish Wolfhound
Muskegon, Michigan