The Swedish Association of the
Lucy och Jenny Foto: Suzanne Williams
is the official membership magazine for
The Swedish Association of the Irish Glen of Imaal Terrier.
The magazine is published four times a year
and contains the most of what concerns the club, our race – the glen –
and some other goodies. Facts and information are mixed with stories about,
and pictures of, our four-legged friends. General information about dogs
and dog ownership, tips and thoughts are also included.
If you want to look at an earlier edition of Glenbiten you find it here.
Of course you don’t want to miss a single edition, so don’t hesitate
to become a member of SAIGIT today - and get the Glenbiten
direct to your mailbox.
The editor of Glenbiten is Pernilla Ulfvengren,
and assistant editor is Ylva Meyer.
They are happy to receive contributions in various forms - stories, exhibition
results, photos or whatever may please other Glen loving people.
Send your contribution to firstname.lastname@example.org!
You can also advertise in Glenbiten
For the low cost of 100 SEK you get a full page with an ad about dog(s),
for example as a breeder or male dog owner. Other commercial full page
ads cost 150 SEK, and if you want to dispose one of the inside covers,
you pay 200 SEK.
Adverts should be sent by E-mail to email@example.com,
and paid in advance to:
IBAN: SE29 8000 0823 9615 3242 5509
SAIGIT is not responsible for the content of external advertisements.
* In swedish Glenbiten can mean either “a piece about glen” and
“bitten by glen”, but this would get lost in translation …
Silence. No word spoken. The Glen has seen history.
Its wild mountains and its dog. Time stands still. The Glen, its terriers have survived time. A little dog,long in body, a family friend.
All, all are gone, the Scottish Highlanders who manned the Black Banks. 1798 fast forgotten.The terrier lives on. The mountains and their Glen are at peace.
But the Glen of Imaal Terrier speaks. I am an Irish Breed, I have known St.Patric. I was here in 1798, I knew Micael Dwyer.
All, all are gone, I still live on. The Irish Glen of Imaal Terrier.
By Eithne Cleary