Registered with the Charity Commission, the IWCT provides a formal, secure and accountable platform for anyone wishing to donate/bequest monies to a full array of Wolfhound related causes.
Sunday 17 March
On St. Patrick’s Day 2019 will be the 20th Anniversary of Nottingham’s Festival & Parade, and this year the IWCT has been chosen as their nominated charity.
Watch this space for details.
Unified by a love for the Irish Wolfhound
The IWCT aims to make a difference by funding a wide variety of work ranging from research, to health and welfare organisations. All of which give Irish Wolfhounds a healthier, happier life. Supporting all things Irish Wolfhound.
inspiration over competition
Not so long ago the breed found itself on the ‘Vulnerable Native Breed’ list, which created a great deal of interesting discussion in the press and on social media around the general topic of Wolfhound breeding and brought to the fore an urgent need for those in the breed to be proactive. The Kennel Club announced in March 2018 that Irish Wolfhound puppy registrations increased to 372 in 2017 – which is excellent news for the breed. The Irish Wolfhound will now be transferred to the ‘At Watch’ list, for British and Irish native breeds whose registrations number between 300 and 450. Still, a long way to go, but heading in the right direction. Please continue to help and give generously: Supporting Welfare, Health and Research. Connecting through shared experiences.