Hunting or not?

If you wish to use an English Setter for the purpose for which it was originally bred (ie hunting and finding birds), then you need to be aware that there are two distinct types of English Setter. One type has been bred to retain the original hunting instincts, and is smaller and lighter with less coat (sometimes referred to as a Llewellin type of English Setter).

The other is significantly different in appearance, larger and with more coat (sometimes referred to as a Laverack type of English Setter). The latter is the type frequently seen at dog shows and forming the largest percentage of those owned as pets. If your interests lie in the hunting area, then you may wish to consider the Llewellin type, although it is possible to work the show-type of English Setter. Go to Sitemap | Animal Concerns Community | English Setter Rescue
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