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English SetterInformation

Name English Setter
Other Name Lawerack, Laverack, Llewellin Setter
Origin England
Build Type Large
Life Cycle 10-12 years
Group Sporting & Gun Dog
Character Intelligent, Energetic, Mischievous, Gentle, Human lover, Strong Willed
Height Male:24-27 inches
Female:24-26 inches
Weight Male:50-80 pounds pounds
Female:50-78 pounds
Color Blue Belton, Orange Belton, Lemon Belton, Liver Belton, Tri-color, Spotted Black over White
Average price 600 US$

Qualities

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Hypoallergenic No

English Setter

Overview

setter is a medium to large-sized breed of dog bred to search a lot of space when hunting, English setter is a high-spirited dog that likes to run and hunt. This can be very true of dogs from field lines, if not given sufficient exercise; they'll be excessively spirited within. With daily sweat, however, they're calm and tractable house dogs. Those from conformation lines are notably easygoing and mild and stand out with kids and less active adults. This is often an amiable, easygoing breed that gets along well with kids, strangers and other dogs.

English setter is a sublime and athletic hunting dog with the ability to run tirelessly at a decent pace. Its trot is ground-covering and easy, with the head held with pride and an energetic tail. Coat is even with feathering on ears, backs of legs, underside, tail and underside of thighs. Its markings are distinctive, consisting of flecks of color, generally with patches, on a white background. The mixture of fine appearance and hunting ability make the English setter an ideal gentleman's hunting companion. The Laveracks tend to be larger, carry more feathering, typically have deeper muzzles and usually hold their tails nearly level once on point. The Llewellins tend to be smaller and quicker, with fewer coats and sometimes larger patches of color. They have an inclination to carry their tails straight up when on point.

These are gun dogs that were bred for a mix of athleticism and endurance used to hunt for sports such as pheasant, quail and grouse. It is common believe that this is a cross between Spanish Pointer, Water Spaniel and Springer spaniel. English setter had been an esteemed bird dog in Great Britain since sixteenth century. Now a day, English setter cherished for their dependability and beauty, as each of two the household companion and sporting dog too.

Temperament

English setter is a field sports and energetic dog and its happiness is simply to use up its energy. An owner of setter dog would require a large and fenced yard or enough outdoor space with willingness to spend many hours daily walking, jogging with or otherwise exercising the Setter dog. Sufficient outdoor exercise will support to keep the English setter relaxed and calm indoor – that is good, yet the English setter’s native companionship makes it an ideal pet for indoor (if one can keeps up with the grooming). Considering the Setter's independent hunting style this native companionship may seems surprising. When it comes to human beings it becomes one of the friendliest and needy dogs out there. The setters should never be left alone for a prolong period of time in this way they may tend to be destructive. If there is any withdrawal of affection or harsh language, this can seriously upset it. If affection is being provided to this dog it may become energetic, engaging companion and funny dog, noted for its “Clownish" behaviour.

English setters are tremendously good with kids but not quite very good with other animals; their old instinct of hunt may sometimes take over. It is most vital to train your English setter early to socialize it with other pets at home and to support. This would make your dog handier during outdoor exercise.

Owner Should Know

  1. English Setters may be annoyance barkers, so put off this practice when they are young.
  2. English Setters can attain weight easily, so measure their food and cut backs some if they appear to be getting pudgy.
  3. A secured yard is necessary; English Setters cannot be trustworthy to reside in a yard with no fence.
  4. English Setters have great digging and jumping abilities, make sure they have a secure fence.
  5. They cannot be easy to potty train, so begin early and be consistent.
  6. To acquire a healthy dog, never ever purchase puppies from any negligent breeder, pet store or puppy mill. Look for a breeder who has a best repo in breeding so that he can provide health certificates of that particular puppy you are going to buy. He can provide guarantee of sound temper puppy.

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