Irish Wolfhound pups
We are delighted to offer our 5 Irish Wolfhounds here at Courtbrown Kennels; 3 females and 3 males.
These pups come from some of the top breeding lines in the country with the mother's full brother coming first place in the Irish Wolfhound Club of Ireland breed championship show, as seen in the photos.
These pups have been raised in a bed and breakfast and on a farm. They have been given great opportunities for socialization with people and other animals.
The fact that all of these pups have survived is a testament to the quality of care and dedication they have received over the past three months.
These noble pups are eager and waiting to be welcomed into their new homes. With their loyal, gentle and friendly demeanor they make a great family pet for all.
The pups are microchipped and IKC registered. They are fully wormed and vaccinated. No expense was spared when taking care of these pups. My veterinarian is Burkes of Newcastle West and they are willing to verify the above mentioned.
For further information please contact me on the phone number attached.
Many thanks for reading,
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Tips for purchasing a puppy
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- Ask sellers to provide an ID (driver's licence / passport) and take note of their contact details. You will also need to provide the same & a proof of address to transfer the microchip to your name.
- Note microchip IDs posted here (972274200467965, 972274200468137, 972274200467873, 972274200441691, 972274200467974) and check the microchip certificates (important) when you visit to make sure they match and the sellers details are on the certificate too (see example microchip certificates).
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- See puppies in their home environment.
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- Consider buying a puppy starter pack of essential items .
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Microchip requirements for dogs in Ireland
Legally all dogs over the age of 12 weeks must be microchipped. All dogs advertised for sale also need to be microchipped and registered with one of the four approved Irish databases, Animark, Fido, IKC or Irish Coursing Club. Fines can be imposed for being in possession of a dog that is not microchipped.
You can click to see some public details of the dog microchip on the Europetnet website. Always ask to see the microchip cert when you view a dog and crosscheck the owners details.
Laws about microchipping are covered in the Microchippng of Dogs Regulations 2015 (S.I. No. 63 of 2015), section 3(2).