Breed: Irish Terrier
Nationality: Southern Ireland
Weight (kg): 11 - 12
Size (cm): about 45
Hair type: dense and very tight, broken appearance but lying flat
Color Standards: Bright Red, Wheat or Orange
Origin and History: The first representation of this breed dates back to the 18th century. They come down from the rough blanck and tan terrier, which is a race that has disappeared today.
Personality: Very dedicated to his master, they have an excellent temper with humans and especially with children. On the other hand, they can be aggressive towards other dogs.
Known Health Problem: Thyroid Problems, Cataracts
Note: It is still used for hunting because it has an aptitude to run very fast.