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English Setter

The English Setter

The English Setter goes way back; it is a breed of dogs that have been notably existent since the 19th century. Athleticism and endurance are some of the breed’s strength. Famous for its use as a gun dog, this breed is desirable among dog owners who are seeking a fairly obedient dog that has a very good work ethic. Petland is honored to offer first-class English Setters puppies and our caring team of puppy specialists will help answer any questions you may have.

The English Setter exists in different colors; common ones are the Blue Belton, Orange Belton, Tri-color, Liver Belton, Lemon Belton, Chestnut Belton.

The English Setters can significantly vary in their look depending on whether it is a show-bred or field bred English Setter. The field-bred have a lesser coat and better body build compared to the show-bred

 

The original purpose of the English Setter was to set or point upland game birds. It is believed that the English Setter was a trained bird dog in England more than 400 years ago. Artwork of this breed was created in the early 15th century showing dogs that are discernible as being of a “setter type”. Over the years, this breed has found its way into many homes around the world.

This breed is very alert, energetic, and focused breed that enjoys the love and attention of his family. They have eager to please personalities and very loyal traits. The English setter also has a very warm and approachable demeanor. This breed makes a fantastic family pet and is sure to win your heart.

English Setters have long and silky hair which does best with routine grooming and routine baths every three to five weeks. Daily brushing will help curb this breed’s shedding and will allow for a very well-kept appearance. Routine nail clipping is also very important and should not be forgotten

English Setters are active dogs and do need ample amounts of energy to feel their best. The correct ratio of meat-based protein and micronutrients, as well as healthy carbs and fats, will keep this breed healthy. Many English Setters owners recommend feeding this dog two meals a day, spaced about twelve hours apart. It is also very important to remember to provide your dog with proper dental care. It is suggested that his teeth get cleaned a minimum of three times a week. Failing to keep his teeth clean can contribute to health issues.

The English Setter stands between twenty-three and twenty-nine inches tall.
This breed weighs between forty-five and seventy-five pounds.
The average life expectancy for this breed is between ten and twelve years.

Fact: The English Setter is a great bird hunting dog.
Fact: This breed enjoys outdoor activity time with family and loves to explore. .
Fact: This breed is known for its caring and loyal personality.

Frequently Asked Questions

The English Setters have a lifespan of 10 to 12 years. Well cared dogs can live as long as 12years

Adult English Setters do well with eating twice a day. Three to four meals for young ones and you can adjust it to two times per day by the time the dog is about 13months old.

The English Setters aren’t known to fall sick very often. They usually go about their lives with little or no health complications, However, over time they are likely to develop cancer after 10 years, which is also rare

They shed a lot of hair. However, brush and grooming regularly would have taken off most of the hair

The English Setters exert a lot of energy. They are so full of energy that they need big outdoor spaces to keep them active

No, they are likely to bark mostly to express that they are unhappy. They would also back in a bid to be aggressive when trying to protect

A frustrated Dog can be very destructive. Destruction is it way of expressing frustration, so if you don’t have time for very tough workout regime, then English Setter isn’t the dog for you

They are friendly and make good companions, An English Setter that is well taken care of wouldn’t pose a risk of being aggressive.

English Setters aren’t hard to train, however, if they become adults before training is not introduced, there would be some level of difficulty in getting them trained.

The English setter is a dog that is energetic and friendly. It’s easy going nature and confidence makes it a good dog breed to have.

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