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ENGLISH SETTER

ENGLISH SETTER

The prime specimen of this breed is said to have been discovered by crossbreeding a Spanish hunting dog and a French pointer in the 16th century. It wasn’t until many years later, in the 1800s’, that the British breeder Edward Laverack developed what we know today as standard features of this breed of dog, some of which include docility, velocity, vivacity with an interest in playing games. The English Setter is prone to training and particularly suitable for swamp hunting and pointing. Thanks to their meek personalities, English Setters are tender, docile canines. They love a long run in the garden or backyard, but they don’t despise a comfortable couch, either!

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  • English Setter – males
  • English Setter – females