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Traditionally in Ireland, the working farm dog has always been the border collie and this is still the case today. The black and white pooches with their low, loping, stride are still a familiar sight on the backroads and laneways of the countryside moving their woolly charges from one pasture to the next. Other herding breeds are occasionally used, such as the New Zealand huntaway and the Australian kelpie. A well trained dog with the right temperament is worth its weight in gold to a farmer.
A new business that has just opened its doors in Castlebar is sure to appeal to the many pet owners out there who are tired of their dogs shedding their fur on the furniture and covering their clothes with hair.
Local dog rescue charity MADRA has called on members of the public for their support during a period of unprecedented pressure on their services over the past fortnight.
The Western Vintage Tractor and Engine Club will be hosting their 21st Annual Vintage Rally and Dog Show on Sunday, July 7 at the Country Club, Hollybrook, Hollymount, Co. Mayo. There is always something there for everyone. To keep the children occupied and happy, all children’s entertainment and amusements are provided free of charge. The rally will be hosting a dog show too; categories will include puppy class, toy dogs, terriers, Jack Russells, rough collies, working dogs, and kids handling.
Now in the fifth year running, dog food brand Pedigree has launched its annual adoption drive. The Pedigree Adoption Drive continues to raise awareness of animal welfare and encourages Irish dog lovers to adopt a dog from their local shelter or welfare organisation. For every pack of Pedigree dog food bought, during the Pedigree Adoption Drive, a donation from Pedigree will be given to help Irish dogs. In Ireland, averages of 44 dogs are abandoned every single day.
These two female wired haired terriers are being offered free to a good home. Their owner has to move away for work. They are mild mannered dogs and very good with both children and adults and it would be best if they were rehomed together as they are mother and daughter.
We are looking for the owners of the following dogs. If you can help please call the Dog Shelter on 059 9726785
We are looking for the owners of the following dogs. If you can help please call the Dog Shelter on 059 9726785.
Aras an Uachtarain will echo to the sound of heavy paws from next month as president-elect Michael D Higgins is to give a home to at least one and possibly two Bernese Mountain Dogs.
The Doggie Boutique - a new shop which caters for dogs has just opened in Mullingar.