Gentler, less excitable than most terriers, but still bold and spirited, the double-coated Glen of Imaal Terrier is named for one of Ireland’s most remote locales. The brave but docile Glen is a strong, no-fuss dog built for hard work.
The Glen of Imaal Terrier is a dog of unknown origins, but is of Irish descent. The breed received his name from the Glen of Imaal, in County Wick low, Ireland. The breed’s early job was as a hunter, silently going after vermin, and going to ground after fox and badgers, dragging out the pray.
Irish Glen of Imaal Terriers Brought to you by: Liberty Kennel – breeding Glen of Imaal Terriers since 1989 Welcome to this unique, intelligent, sometimes stubborn, strong, funny, loving breed that can plumb the depths of your soul.
Bred for hunting badgers and foxes, and ridding the homes of rodents, the Glen of Imaal Terrier is a breed of small-sized dogs that evolved in the remote Irish valley, the Glen of Imaal, in Wicklow. It has a scruffy appearance and comes with a broad head, brown eyes, and small ears that are half pricked or rose when alert.
Glen of Imaal Terrier The Glen of Imaal Terrier is a strong, independent dog breed named for the remote valley in Ireland where he originated. Bred to hunt fox and badger, and to keep homes free of rodents, the Glen is a skilled and cunning hunter.
The Glen of Imaal Terrier breed is an Irish breed and quite rare in the United States. Originally bred as working dogs, this breed was used to rid the farm and home of vermin, as well as hunt fox and badger. The Glen of Imaal Terrier’s were also designed to perform the unique task of turning a rotisserie over the hearth.
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