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Kerries—fluffy and fierce

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Available Individual Placements


"Old dogs, like old shoes, are comfortable. They might be a bit out of shape and a little worn around the edges, but they fit well."

Bonnie Wilcox

The Kerries listed here are being sold by their owners or breeders, not the Foundation.

Advice for Prospective Buyers

Before a potential puppy buyer select a breeder, they need to understand the Kerry Blue temperament, grooming, and training requirements.

Many of the dogs listed were returned to the breeder, are retired champions or require a special homes. Please investigate all the circumstances and reasons why the dog is listed here.

You may also want to consider the available rescue dogs. Rescue dogs are placed through Kerry rescue organizations, while the dogs listed on this page are being placed by individual owners or breeders.

Next step: Fill out the Adoption Questionnaire,and put the name of the Kerry in the comments field. He'll make sure it gets to the right seller.

No guarantees are made about the quality of these dogs. However, the KBTF believes the sellers to be reputable.

Available Adult Kerries



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Today is October 27, 2016

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