BELLEMERE IRISH WOLFHOUNDS
EXPERIENCE THE BELLEMERE DIFFERENCE
WE STRIVE TO BREED HEALTHY DOGS WHOSE CONFORMATION IS AS CLOSE TO BREED STANDARD AS POSSIBLE, WITH LOVING AND GENTLE DISPOSITIONS. OUR GOAL IS TO BREED IRISH WOLFHOUNDS THAT CAN WIN IN THE SHOW RING OR COURSING FIELD AND GO HOME AND BE A CHERISHED FAMILY MEMBER.
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20677 S 4400 ROAD
Let me take a minute and tell you a little bit about myself. I have loved Irish Wolfhounds since I was a small child. I started showing Wolfhound‘s in about 2006, maybe a little sooner. In 2007 I took a young male, Mufasa, to the national in Dallas. He won his 6 to 9 puppy class under Gretchen Bernardi. Gretchen is a respected breeder and judge. At the same show he won his sweepstakes class under Ellen Kroll. Ellen is also a respected breeder and judge. Mufasa went on to finish his AKC championship very quickly. The following year, 2008, I took another young male that I had gotten from Brenda Fairbanks to the national which was again held in Dallas. Parson won his class at the national under another respected breeder judge, Steve LeVan. He finished his AKC championship shortly after. My dogs have done very well in their classes at the nationals and Most went on to finish their AKC championships. I’ve been lucky enough to go to many national specialties from several at Purina Farms, to Dallas, and a few others. I even got to go to Rhode Island. I’ve been to the Rocky Mountain Irish wolfhound specialty a couple of times. When you own a ranch it’s not always easy to get away so most of my dogs are shown at all breed shows.
My dogs are loved first and foremost. I health test and try to breed a friendly dog that meets the breed standard.
I live with my new litters 24/7 for 3 weeks and spend almost that much time with them every day/night until they go to their new homes (I usually keep one or two from a litter.). Before my babies leave they have been liver shunt tested, had a health exam and are up to date on shots and worming. A lot of time and work goes into my babies. A labor of love. ￼￼￼￼