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English Setter Content
Life Span: 10-12 years
Litter Size: 6 puppies
Group: Gun Dog, Sporting Dog (AKC)
Color: White with overlay markings in the following colors: Orange, Blue, Liver, Lemon, Tricolor (Blue/Tan/White).
Hair Length: Medium
Size: Large
Shedding: Moderate Shed
Male Height: 24-27 in (61-69 cm)
Male Weight: 55-80 lbs (25-36 kg)
Female Height: 23-26 in (58-66 cm)
Female Weight: 40-70 lbs (20-32 kg)
Living Area: English Setters need lots of room in which to exercise and run. The ideal living situation for an English Setter gives you and your dog access to large, fenced-in outdoor areas, preferably in a rural or sparsely-populated suburban setting. Urban or more densely-populated suburban areas can still support an English Setter adequately with some ingenuity and with some willingness to seriously exercise your dog. English Setters can be kept indoors with no problems.

About this Breed

The English Setter was bred for elegance. The dogs are lean, with powerful chests sloping back to the smooth, tense lines of legs and feet, the ready tail, and the powerful muscles. An extra splash of feathering on the Setter's smooth coat and a distinctive "belton" bi-colored (or tri-colored coat) just adds an extra touch of visibility and an extra touch of class to these already aristocratic, sleek, and intelligent dogs. Dog breeders for years have known this--and the Setter's habitual prey knows it as well. The Setter's hunting method entirely depends on its visibility and its powerful bearing--the Setter was bred to stalk its prey through heavy undergrowth, to mesmerize it with its "hypnotic" eyes and elegant appearance, and then to make itself visible to its master so that the hunt could be successful. Thus the Setter has been bred for intelligence as well as elegance, making the dog both beautiful and capable of acting independently in order to achieve its goals.

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