Tag Archives: wolfhounds

Male Dogs that Faint While Breeding?

September 1, 2012


stud dog faints

Many dog breeders have heard of (or seen) a dog pass out during a tied breeding. Is this a normal occurrence, or a sign of a dangerous health condition? Under normal conditions, no dog should faint. Dogs that do faint often have severe underlying medical conditions, and should be taken to a veterinarian right away. […]

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Simple Ways to Reduce Your Dog’s Intake of Noxious Chemicals

July 24, 2012


Irish Wolfhounds are more prone to bone cancer than other breeds

Make sure lawn additives are pet- friendly: According to a 2004 Purdue University Study, dogs exposed to the chemical “2, 4-D” were 4 to 7 times more likely to develop bladder cancers! Georgia’s Legacy, an organization devoted to spreading information about canine cancers  says that lawn chemicals were also found to dramatically increase the risk […]

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Show Grooming an Irish Wolfhound

July 11, 2012

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Irish Wolfhound groomed

For the show ring, the Wolfhound should be cleaned up so as to show the form of the dog. Hand-stripping the coat is an effective way to remove the dead hairs that cause a fluffy or ungainly appearance. Hand-stripping of an Irish Wolfhound is different than stripping a terrier coat. With IWs, you remove only […]

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