Irish Setter Dog Breed
 

Irish Setter Dogs

The Irish Setter is thought to have developed from an Irish Water Spaniel - Irish Terrier cross, but is far more believable that an English Setter - Spaniel - Pointer combination, with a dash of Gordon thrown in, was the true formula.

First and foremost, he is typically Irish, with a devil may care attitude that not only makes him likable but also adds value as a bird dog in rough country and briars. The Irish Setter is an active dog, rich red in color, sweet-natured , and very trainable.

Height: males, 27 inches at the withers; Females, 25 inches at the withers.

Weight: males, 70 pounds; bitch, 60 pounds.

Training Information

Irish Setter Club of America, Inc. (M)

Corres. Secretary, Mrs. Marion Pahy, 16717 Ledge Falls, San Antonio, TX 78232-1808

Breeder Contact, Mrs. Marilee Larson, 27371 Whitmor, Pioneer, CA 95666, (209) 295-1666

 


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