Irish Setters are perhaps most well known for their graceful, refined appearance, rich chestnut coat, and muscular duck-hunting physique.

Irish Setter 

Setters take approximately three years to reach maturity, and their long, flat coat requires grooming at least twice or thrice per week.

Kerry Blue Terrier 

Kerry Blue Terriers were bred to "hunt small game, herd sheep and cattle, be a watchdog, and provide companionship.

They have a gorgeous blue-gray, curly coat and a goatee and mustache of impressive size.

Irish Terriers have served as hardworking agricultural dogs in Ireland and beyond for centuries.

Irish Terrier 

They have a reputation for being stubborn and independent, and they were designed for endurance.

Soft Coated Wheaten Terriers, which were bred to be versatile agricultural dogs, make excellent companions and watchdogs.

Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier

However, because they are so people-oriented, early training and socialization are essential. 

Irish Water Spaniels are known as the "clowns" of the Spaniel family due to their Poodle-like curly coat and unkempt "topknot" on their heads.

Irish Water Spaniel

They require consistent and firm training and can be wary of other canines and strangers.

Named after a valley in the rugged Wicklow Mountains of Ireland, Glens were bred to hunt badgers and assist on the farm.

Glen of Imaal Terrier 

Like miniature, elongated Irish Wolfhounds, they have a straightforward appearance and low-maintenance wiry coats.

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