TITLE

CHAPTER XV: THE IRISH WOLFHOUND

AUTHOR(S)
Leighton, Robert
PUB. DATE
January 1910
SOURCE
Dogs & All About Them;1/1/1910, p50
SOURCE TYPE
Classic Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter XV of the book "Dogs and All About Them" is presented. It explores the controversy about whether the great Irish Wolfhound was imperfectly known as the Irish Wolfdog and whether it is a true descendant of the ancient "Canis Graisu Hibernicus." It presents various theories regarding the origin of the dog and the results of the investigation conducted by Captain Graham. It describes the general appearance of the Irish Wolfhound dog.
ACCESSION #
34341646

 

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