History, physical characteristics, character and skills, images and videos of dog breeds that begin with the letter I
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The Ibizan Hound is one of the medium sized Greyhound, very similar to Pharaoh Hound.
El Ca Eivissenco o “Warren hound
The muzzle expression of the Icelandic Sheepdog recalls a smile that highlights your cheerful temperament.
where does the dog come from
It is generally believed that Irish Glenn of Imaal Terrier is less excitable than other Terriers, although it goes into action immediately
Irish hunters consider the Irish Red and White Setter higher than Irish Red Setter because of his calmer temperament and because it is
The Irish Red Setter is spread throughout Europe
The origin of dogs Setter dates back to at least the second half of
Wheaten character is cheerful, open and balanced.
The Irish Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier has been raised in Ireland for about 200
The Irish Terrier it is a dog of pleasant appearance and endowed with an exceptional character.
Where does he come from “Irish Terrier” originally?
The “Irish Terrier”,
Today, despite relative popularity with some hunters, the Irish Water Spaniel still not very widespread outside
The Irish wolfhound It is the largest breed of dog that exists.; adults reach an average height of between 95 and 100
The Istrian Coarse-haired Hound it is an excellent hound for hunting hare and fox.
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There is also a “Istrian Coarse-haired Hound” and slightly larger.
The Istrian Shorthaired Hound it's an old
The Italian Greyhound despite being an Italian breed, not widely used in your country.
Of ancient origin, the Italian Greyhound
The Italian mastiff It is a versatile and balanced dog that can adapt to all.
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The Italian Pointing Dog is a friendly dog, energetic and playful to which loves to play.
The Italian Pointing Dog has been called the Pointer European
The Italian Rough-Haired Hound is reserved, wise, calm and thoughtful in his work.
The Italian hound It, According to the vast majority of
The Italian short-haired Segugio it is a dog with a stable temperament, of a soft but not very outgoing expression.
The Italian hound It,
in some countries, the Italian Spinone It doesn't get the publicity it deserves., because faster breeds of dogs are preferred and with more