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This picture goes to anyone who shares their home, love and couch with one ...or more )... of the beautiful Gentle Giants. Since two weeks two little Irish Wolfhound puppies, we call them fondly “Wilma” and “Walter” (Walter the whelp at the image above), become our family home also into their home. My family and I were IMMEDIATELY amazed and felt in love with the two cuties!!! I want to share the two new awesome members of my family with you, that's the reason why I have taken this picture. Additionally, I found many descriptions about Irish Wolfhound Dogs in the internet. In my opinion the following description about this unique breed of dog is in a nutshell:
No other dog can come so close to the understanding and kindly companionship that exists between humans as the Irish Wolfhound can. A giant in structure, a lamb in disposition, a lion in courage; affectionate and intelligent, thoroughly reliable and dependable at all times, as a companion and as a guard he is perfection, the Irish Wolfhound Dog. —- Joseph A.McAleenan
My heart aches infinite and I have to tell you that our 6 months old puppy died this morning. Walter succumbed to a renal insufficiency, we are still shocked by the loss and miss him and his pure, loving nature beyond belief. We grieve for you in silence.
a good start in the morning is to drink a hot coffee with milk and sugar. In this moment I enjoy my holidays and test a retro-adapter which I borrowed from a friend. In memory of my lovely working days I shot this picture. Thank you dear coffee for all good times we spend together!!