The Wheaten was bred in Ireland for over two hundred years to be an all-purpose farm dog whose duties included herding, watching and guarding livestock. In Ireland, they were commonly referred to as the "Poor Man's Wolfhound"
They are recognized as a breed in Ireland by the Irish Kennel Club – Wheaten is a dog who is always with a man and he had role of a keeper of the farm and the small animal hunter, and a hunter dog as well (in Ireland he had a mandatory work test and an exam for hunting otters in water).
British Kennel Club recognized the breed in the UK as well.
The idea of a kennel was formed in 2014 when Ziva came to our home (officially Casy), and we registered in November 2016.
Wheatens are heathy and long-living dogs, who compete in obedience, agility, and tracking and are occasionally used in animal-assisted therapy as well.
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2015 - Our first dog Ziva had her first competition in 2015. in Zagreb Croatia; 2016 - We registered first Wheaten Kennel in Bosnia&Herzegovina; 2017 - Ziva had her 10 babies in 2017. and that was first registered Wheaten litter in B&H; 2017 – October - Ziva officially became a first therapy dog in B&H.