Irish Greyhound - Dogs breeds | Pets

Posted by tiadoc | 30 July 2011

Irish Greyhound

Galgo Irlandés

The Irish Greyhound (Irish Wolfhound) It is the largest breed of dog that there is; adults reach an average height of between 95 and 100 cm to the cross.

Known since the year 395, they are descended from the lebreles used by the Celtic Ireland the hunting of the Wolf, Deer, and other large dams; later the Romans imported it from Ireland and is linked with the German Doge and the Deerhound.

Irish Greyhound

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