Among the oldest terriers, the Irish is different from the others having slightly hound-like profile; in fact, he appears very much like a small Wolfhound. His bravery and disregard for danger, especially as a messenger dog in wartime, gained him the nickname "daredevil." His body is somewhat long, his back strong, his legs straight having plenty of bone and muscle, and his tail set high and docked. His head is rather long and narrow, with especially powerful jaws and teeth. The eyes are dark and full of fire, the ears minuscule, V-shaped, and dropping forward close to the
WEIGHT: 25-27 pounds
HEIGHT: about 18 inches
COLOR: bright red, golden red, red wheaten, or wheaten.
Kerry Blue Terrier
WEIGHT: 30-40 pounds
HEIGHT: 17-20 inches
COLOR: deep slate to light blue-gray.