English setter

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an English breed having a plumed tail and a soft silky coat that is chiefly white

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HOW TO HUNT "Five friends and I hunt our English setters on ruffed grouse and woodcock at least 30 days each season here in Michigan and on road trips from Maine to Minnesota with occasional trips into Canada," says Roger Henderson, who lives in Lansing, Michigan.
One minute a wild-eyed, drooling, hard-charging English Setter named Bo is ranging far and wide, combing a clearing amid stands of slash pine, red oak, and magnolia trees; the next he is frozen in space, his nose trained on a clump of brush about 15 yards away.
Q (Question): My 3-year-old English setter, Jenna, will not eat.
Popper is a English setter puppy fostered Ohio English Sett Rescue by Danica Barreau.
For more information on Jerry Kolter's training programs for ruffed grouse pointing dogs, English setter pups from his kennel, and guided hunts in Minnesota's prime grouse range, go to www.
During Chester County's great pheasant years Haupt had three pretty decent English setters before getting an excellent German shorthaired pointer.
Griffons, English pointers, Brittanys, English setters, shorthairs .
After half a lifetime spent with long-haired breeds--Brittanys, English setters and springer spaniels--I was suddenly in possession of a dog that seemed to have no hair at all.
But there are plenty of close-ranging English setters and English pointers too; you just have to look a little harder to find one.
We never refer to our Labs as English, however; only for the English springer, English pointer and English setters.
core gun-dog purists--I shot my first gamebirds over well-bred English setters.
The Llewellin is a line of English setters originally bred by sportsman R.
Susceptible breeds include Golden Retrievers, Labrador Retrievers, Lhasa Apsos, Wire Fox Terriers, West Highland White Terriers, Dalmatians, Poodles, English Setters, Irish Setters, Boxers, and Bulldogs, among others, although any dog may be affected.
Registration of English setters dropped by 32 per cent and the Irish wolfhound by 26 per cent.