Dogs out of SF: Irish Supplement #1

This is Autumn, your Dog of the Day Ireland correspondent, with the first installation in a series of happy, peppy, Guinness-loving* Irish dogs. I saw this guy as I was driving through Tulsk, County Roscommon, Ireland. He was spotted (but not literally) across the road from the Rathmore Mound, which was the site of a pre-Christian chiefdom. He’s probably paying homage to his royal doggy ancestors, perhaps leaving a tribute of MilkBones.

Many people think that all dogs in Ireland look the same – black and white, medium-sized, and moderately fluffy. The truth is that there are only 3 dogs in the whole country, all border collies, and they travel a LOT.

*No dogs were intoxicated in the making of this photo.

I left a "tribute" for my ancestors by your car.  You might want to check your shoes.

Finn MacCool's dog, Bran, was his great-great-great-great-great-x7 granddog.

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