English Setter

The English Setter breed comes from the sporting dog breed group. This breed is one out of four British Setters. This breed is elegant, sensitive but solid which adds to their beauty as well as charm. They have a beautiful coat which can be seen in different colours. Also, their oval-shaped head as well as dark brown eyes makes them look graceful. The English Setter breed can also get along with other pets as they are tolerable. But they do need proper training to get used to their surroundings. It’s price ranges between $600 and $1000.

Breed Information

Dog SizeLarge
ColourWhite, Black, Brown, Tan, Reddish Brown
Dog Breed GroupSporting
Height23-27 Inches
Weight45-80 Pounds
Coat LengthMedium
Life Span10-12 years
OriginUnited Kingdom
CharacteristicsThe English Setter breed holds characteristics like being mischievous, affectionate, intelligent energetic, etc.
HistoryThis breed has its origin in England and was known as hunting dogs for around 400 years. The modern English Setter breed came into existence in the 19th century. Later, they came to England in the 1800s. Also, this breed is very rare.
PersonalityThe English Setter breed is very gentle, affectionate, lively, etc. They are not very active and can get easily exhausted. Also, they are independent when it comes to their thinking but also require training.
HealthThis is a healthy breed but can face some health issues like hip dysplasia, deafness, elbow dysplasia, etc. Getting them checked by a vet can be beneficial for them in the long run.
CareThe English Setter breed requires daily exercise for half an hour to be healthy overall. Also, crate training can help them with their overall care.
FeedingThe English Setter breed needs proper food to be healthy and live a long life. Giving them 2-3 cups of feed which is divided into two meals is enough for them. Also, the feed should be according to their overall health, age, etc.
Coat Color And GroomingThis breed is available in coat colours blue belton, orange, etc. To maintain their coat, they require proper brushing three times every week, a bath once in every six weeks, or you can hire a professional groomer.
Relationship with Children And Other PetsThe English Setter needs to be protected from children. Otherwise, they are tolerant and affectionate. Also, they can easily get along with other pets if they are raised with them at an early age.
Temperament and TrainingThis breed is sensible, tolerable, and nice companions. Also, they are sensitive so really training can be healthful with them in positive and consistent ways. Ensure that the training involves rewards.
PriceAround $600 to $1000

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