Halloween-Glen style

topline5Many thanks to Jane Fenton for the collage of some of the American branch of the Glen of Imaal Terrier family ready for Halloween last Monday

Top row: Tula the Mermaid, Sullivan the Teddy Bear, Stevie the Witch, Ollie the Pumpkin

Middle three: Niamh the Little Pumpkin, Stevie the Devil, Kylee and her Spider Fascinator

Bottom row: Winston and Griffin Good Cop/Bad Cop, Witchy Grady, A Glen-O-Lantern, Finn the Turkey


Happy Halloween!

Halloween and, for many, Bonfire Weekend, on following days so it could be LOUD! It should be meaningful words about dogs and fireworks but do Glen of Imaal Terriers (and their owners) really need them? We seem to be generally pleased with a breed that isn’t bothered overly with fireworks and even the ones that are a bit surprised are generally fine if they can see where the noise is coming from.

Way back in 2001 the Enthusiasts & Fanciers Newsletter had a letter in the Complaints Department from somebody who had taken their Glen to a Millenium Bonfire. The complaint was that the people there had said they shouldn’t have done even though the Glen was happily begging for sausage rolls. Whether you have a social animal like the Glen back in 2000 or a more reserved one that will prefer a quieter evening do have a good weekend.

So far it appears only one of Homer’s titles were forgotten (w.w.08). Sorry Homer.