Top 5 Pups With The Luck O’ The Irish

Irish Terrier


Known to be one of the oldest terrier breeds, the Irish Terrier was the fourth most popular breed in Ireland and Britain by the 1880s. Compact yet active, this dog is suited to living in both rural and city environments. It’s hard red coat will protect them in all sorts of weather.

Irish Setter


Bred for hunting, the Irish setter was specifically trained for setting or locating and pointing upland game birds. Using their keen sense of smell to locate their mark, the setter will then hold the pointing position they are very well-known for to indicate the direction in which their mark is hidden.

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