WatchDog and Kissing

Watch Dog
Is an English Setter a good watch dog? It's a common question, and the answer is: Both yes and no.

An English Setters will sound the alarm by barking when someone comes to the door or when a stranger walks into the yard. If the owner tells them that the person is OK, they usually stop barking and accept the stranger as a friend. This barking at strangers is to alert you, and it is often enough to deter intruders from approaching your premises.

While Setters are great alert dogs, don't expect your Setter to leap to your protection if someone would happen to attack you. Because of their gentle, friendly manner, they will most likely run towards your attacker to be cuddled rather than help you out. And yes, I am also speaking from personal experience.

Many people have experienced that their Setter barks and seems very upset if two members of the household kisses. The Setter actually thinks the two of you are fighting, and because you are both regarded as part of the family, this will upset him very much. The solution is the "include" your Setter when you are kissing, and reassure him that it's nothing to worry about. Go to Sitemap | Animal Concerns Community | English Setter Rescue
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