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English Setter

English Setter


Height: 24-25 inches

Weight: 50-70 lbs.

Life Span: 12-14 yrs.

Breed Group: Sporting Dogs

Overview
English setters, the gentlest and sweetest of the setters, get along with adults, children, dogs, and other animals.

They do best in quiet households where they are considered important members of the family and are given regular exercise and playtime; they do not like to be left alone.

English setters may bark at strangers who come to the house but more as a greeting than a threat. English setters respond well to firm but patient and gentle handling, though their hunting instincts can make obedience training (which should be started early) difficult.

This dog thrives in the country, where it can get a lot of exercise.

Appearance
The English setter's flat coat is accented by abundant feathering. Coat color is black and white; black, tan, and white; lemon and white; orange and white; liver and white; lemon belton; orange belton; liver belton; blue belton; or solid white.

Grooming & Exercise Needs
The English setter needs to be brushed and combed three times a week and trimmed about three or four times a year. Long, brisk daily walks are essential.

Origins
The English setter was originally bred in the 16th century for bird setting and retrieving.

Special Alerts
The English setter is not suited for city or apartment life.

Breed-related health concerns: deafness, progressive retinal atrophy, hip dysplasia.

 

Reference: AKC - American Kennel Club

 


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