The Irish terriers differ from other long-legged terriers in that they have a more residea class which makes them more suitable for activities such as agility. They have a ware coat, like many terriers, which require stripping. Irish Terrier is a good dog breed from Ireland. The breed is one of many breeds of terrier. The Irish Terrier is one of the oldest terrier breeds in the world. The Dublin dog show in 1873 was the first to issue a separate class for Irish Terriers.
The Irish Terrier loves to live independently. This breed of dog loves people and can adapt well to the children of the family. This fearless terrier tends to be intelligent and stubborn in nature. They need regular training and a long fence. They want to play all the time, play and chase a few rats and squirrels.
The average weight for male Irish terrier is 27 pounds and females weight about 25 pounds. The Irish terrier height at the shoulder is 18 to 20 inches. The Irish Terrier lifespan is 13 – 15 years.