Irish terriers become real family dogs – smart, loyal, sociable and loving. Many buy puppies solely because of their cheerful and cheerful disposition, having little idea how restless and wayward the dog is their “Irishman”. To grow an obedient and happy dog from a cute fluffy dog, you need a consistent and fairly strict training, and the owner must be experienced. But even if you perfectly train the “Irish”, he will retain his inherent aggression towards other dogs. Despite this peculiarity of their character, Irish Terriers are still surprisingly gentle dogs with a big and pure heart of a real knight.
Each owner wants to see his dog healthy, active and cheerful.
And, as you know, the basis of health is a proper, complete and balanced diet. Even if you purchase the freshest and highest-quality products, buy vitamins and mineral supplements, without a biochemical laboratory you cannot determine the exact nutritional value of the food you cook at home. That’s why has developed a special app that helps you evaluate how your pet’s diet meets its needs.
Proper nutrition in the first year of a puppy’s life largely determines how healthy and joyful your puppy will be in the future. Caring for the health of your pet, recommends a combination of dry and wet rations, which allows you to fully utilize the benefits of both. You can read more about this in the article.
Characteristics of the breed:
– Fearless and restless
– Bully, always ready to protect the owner
– Thoroughly treats children and their family
Height: 46–48 cm
Age: up to 15 years
Weight: 12–23 kg
It is better not to have other pets if the house has an Irish terrier.
The Irish Terrier will be happy in a family where not only discipline reigns, but also an atmosphere of tenderness and love.
The stiff coat of the Irish terrier requires regular brushing, trimming is also necessary. If the dog does not appear at exhibitions, it can be trimmed no more than once every six months, otherwise it requires more thorough preparation of the coat for the exhibition.
Conditions of detention
The Irish Terrier would certainly vote for a country house with a huge territory adjacent to it, in which he could demonstrate his strength, speed and endurance. The apartment will also fit perfectly – subject to regular and long walks.
Serious exercise is required. This doggie loves games and especially everything that resembles hunting, stalking and aporting prey.