irish wolfhound – irish wolfhound puppies
The irish wolfhound is remarkable in combining power and swiftness with keen sight. The largest and tallest of the galloping hounds, in general type he is a rough-coated, Greyhound-like breed; very muscular, strong though gracefully built; movements easy and active; head and neck carried high, the tail carried with an upward sweep with a slight curve towards the extremity.
In actuality, the irish wolfhound puppies are the tallest of the galloping hounds as well as the tallest of any dog in any of the seven AKC dog groups (sporting, non-sporting, herding, hound, working, terrier, and toy). The average height of an Irish wolfhound should be taller than that of a Great Dane.
However, the wolfhound is not to be confused with being the heaviest, as its structure should be similar to that of a Greyhound, or any sight-hound for that matter (examples being whippets and Afghan hounds). The hound should have a very broad and deep chest that tucks up. The colours allowed by the American Kennel Club are “grey, brindle, red, black, pure white, fawn, wheaten and steel grey