When talking about one-of-a-kind dog breeds, the Irish Wolfhound should be one of the first we mention. These giant goofy furballs are as big as ponies and even more adorable. This literal war veteran of a breed is no longer used in the field and is now mostly kept as family pets. How can such a giant dog be a family pet, however? Is the Irish Wolfhound suitable for your family? How can you best care for such a ginormous animal? We’ll cover all that and more in this article.
With graduations and wedding season approaching no matter if it is family, friends or perhaps new folks coming in for a visit from out of town; when you have a party or a holiday event and a big dog that may be challenging you need a plan to reduce stress! Even friendly dogs can cause stress by jumping, or reacting at party sounds or perhaps simply just being in the way while you are attempting to entertain and feed your guests. ,
An Irish Wolfhound puppy will probably cost you between $1,400 and $2,500, with the average price being $2,000. First-year expenses of raising your pup will be around $5,300, and for each year after that, you should expect to pay around $2,030.