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The Irish Wolf dog – 1914

Connaught Telegraph 12th September, 1914  p. 6 The Irish wolf dogs were formerly placed as the supporters of the arms of the ancient monarchs of Ireland. They were collared with the motto, “Gentle when stroked, fierce when provoked.” It is worthy of note that the Welsh laws of the ninth century made it an illegal … Continue reading



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