A regal history of Irish Wolfhounds dates back to 391 AD. Their mix is what gave them their name. Gaels used wolfhounds for hunting and called them Cu Faol (wolfhounds). Despite their mythological appearance, they are regarded as affectionate, sweet, and sometimes silly dogs. According to the World Canine Federation standards, this breed should be between 32 inches (81cm) and 34 inches (86cm) in height.
Big dogs can look intimidating from a distance because they are the tallest of the American Kennel Club breeds. Despite their looks, they’re just adorable, fun-loving dogs, as their owners demonstrate in these photos. We collected pictures from our readers and images from the internet of adorable Irish Wolfhounds in this Hot Flav collection.
#1 At eight months, Murphy weighs 165 pounds and is four years old
#2 There was a time when the grass was green, and there was just her and him
#3 Let’s toast together!
#4 On grandma’s lap, my Irish Wolfhound. There is no way he knows how big he is
#5 A photobombed moment
#6 The Big Ron and the Big Ern
#7 It is unlikely that Lincoln will be able to be a couch dog if she isn’t a floor dog
#8 The lap dog of the day
#9 A pair of pyjamas for Christmas morning
#10 The Beast and Beauty
#11 Mariette, 110 years old, and Gilligan share a birthday kiss
#12 There is a dog-head served. Have a great meal!
#13 Dogs always bother my dad
#14 Taking a nap at your favorite place
#15 It was a pleasure for Sloane to sit on my lap. His excitement was nonexistent…
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