Irish red and white setter


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Irish red and white setter

a red and white version of the Irish setter, recognized by the Kennel Club in the United Kingdom. The dog is slightly more athletic than the Irish setter and has a domed head.
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The first gun dog my husband and I got was an Irish Red and White Setter.
You will be happy to hear that a breed feature on the Irish Red and White Setter is scheduled for a 2019 issue.
This nine-week-old Irish red and white setter, shown sight-pointing in the backyard, is owned by Sally Nusslock.
I have had an Irish Red and White Setter for eight years and can attest to her terrific ability in the field as well as her suitability for the home.
My dog, however, is registered with the United Kennel Club (UKC), as are many other Irish Red and White Setters.
Although the breed was just admitted to the sporting group by the American Kennel Club in January of 2009, the Irish Red and White Setter is really a very old breed .
But during the 1920s, an effort was made to revive the Irish Red and White Setter.
Contact the Irish Red and White Setter Association (www.
If you ask the owners of Irish Red and White Setters, the latest sporting breed to receive full recognition from the American Kennel Club, what makes these dogs special, almost uniformly the answer is, "They are natural pointers.
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