Question suggested by Mark Buckley, England, UK.
Demand has dropped off; people do not want to spend the time and money
Price of puppies are too high.
Few breeders want to go through the trouble of breeding Kerries.
Too many health and/or temerament problems with the breed.
Other reasons. (please comment)
Posted: May 18, 2013
Today is September 21, 2018
In this month in 2005:
The Kerry Blue Terrier Foundation rescued 14 Kerries from a puppy mill in Missouri. It was the largest Kerry rescue operation at that time.