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WELCOME TO OUR GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIER HOMEPAGE

Please see below for information and updates about the Glen and GPRA-crd3

UPDATE ON NUMBERS OF DNA-TESTED GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIERS 1st August 2011


GLEN PRA - FROM THE FIRST DIAGNOSIS TO DNA TESTING
Information booklet - updated November 2011


Video presentation : GLEN PRA - FROM THE FIRST DIAGNOSIS TO DNA TESTING : October 2010


"alamy" stock photography link page

Please click on the "alamy" logo above for
GLEN OF IMAAL TERRIER PHOTOGRAPHS

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Since 1998, we have had three Glen of Imaal Terriers ... Rory, Breege and Tierney. Their named pages and the Gallery pages feature photos of our Glens. Please click on Tierney's Diary to see a pictorial account of the growth and development of our Glen of Imaal Terrier puppy.

The Standard link takes you to the Kennel Club site for the Glen of Imaal Terrier breed. (The Standard link opens into a new window. To return to this page, please close the window by clicking on the "X" in the right-hand corner). For anyone new to the breed, the Glen Info page provides an introduction to the Glen of Imaal Terrier.

The Shows pages include photographs and critiques from the shows we have attended, up until 2007. There is also a link to the Championship Shows page, which details all the UK championship shows' Glen of Imaal Terrier winners for this year.

April 2000 - little Breege snuggling up to Rory


May 2001 - Breege was Best Puppy in Breed at Crufts
	Photo courtesy of RBT International

Information about looking after your Glen's coat can be found on the Grooming page, and the Glen Colours page offers a simple explanation of basic colour inheritance in the Glen of Imaal Terrier.

Two health issues are explained on the Health pages. If you have a Glen(s), please take some time to read through the PRA and the Glen and the AS and the Glen pages, as it is important to encourage all Glen owners to have their dogs checked for these hereditary disorders.

The Aortic Stenosis page contains general information about aortic stenosis.



Our Glens are fed a raw diet, essentially following the BARF (Bones and Raw Food) principles. The Nutrition page outlines what we feed Rory and Breege and includes links to other raw-feeding sites.

To continue your look at Glens, please go to our Links page where you can link to some excellent sites, which have a wealth of useful information about the Glen of Imaal Terrier. The Archive page links to the Gallery, Walks and Shows pages from 2001 up until 2006.

In 2003, a Kennel Club initiative identified 28 of our native breeds of dog as being "vulnerable". The Glen of Imaal Terrier is one of these vulnerable breeds. Please go to the Vulnerable British & Irish Native Breeds page for further information.

November 2003 - Breege and Rory in the woods

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If you are "new" to the Glen of Imaal Terrier, and researching the breed, please read through both

~ the Glen Info page ~

and

~ the Glen Services' IS A GLEN OF IMAAL FOR ME? quiz ~


You may also find the following pages useful:

~ PRA and the Glen ~ AS and the Glen ~ Links ~


If you have any further questions, or comments, please do not hesitate to contact us:


Tel: 01403 269038
E-mail: glens@bregorreyglens.co.uk


~ WE DO NOT HAVE ANY PUPPIES FOR SALE ~ OR ANY OLDER GLENS FOR PLACEMENT ~


We hope you enjoy your visit!

Alison and David Seall
West Sussex, UK

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