Irish setter


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an Irish breed with a chestnut-brown or mahogany-red coat

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A person might buy an Irish setter because it is pretty, but have no interest in its playfulness, intelligence or desire for attention.
The owner of another Irish setter last night claimed his dog had fallen ill at the NEC in show Birmingham on Thursday.
In a somewhat similar vein, years ago another one of my Irish setters, Molly, taught herself that if she hid under the picnic table on the patio, a flock of pigeons circling overhead would more quickly return to the bird feeder from which she'd just rousted them.
TV host Clare Balding tweeted: "Everyone at #Crufts2015 horrified at death of Irish Setter Jagger.
Adrian the Irish Setter, winner of the Sporting Group
Meanwhile, Jo and Paul bring in their Irish Setter called Casey after he was diagnosed with a cancerous tumour in his front leg.
Q I HAVE an Irish setter who is only three years old and has been shedding more hair than usual.
Irish Setter has introduced three new members to the RutMaster family for 2016 under the RutMaster 2.
Danny, the Irish setter, runs away to play with the electronic door at the grocery store, opening and closing it with his nose for hours.
Note that even the variety of happiness experienced by an Irish setter requires some sort of purposeful activity for happiness.
THE owners of the Irish setter wrongly thought to have been poisoned at Crufts have said the "true facts" surrounding its death may never be known.
Lee Robert, Lancs and Yorks Historical Society, Castleford lTHE despicable act of poisoning a beautiful Irish Setter dog at Crufts, a beloved pet and show dog, makes me think it is the breakdown of our civilisation as we know it today.
Irish setter Jagger died after the event in Birmingham earlier this month, having reportedly eaten poisoned food.
A CRUFTS owner yesterday claimed her Irish setter was poisoned by a jealous rival.
The world's biggest dog show was thrust into a murder mystery fit for an Agatha Christie novel when a champion Irish setter died after its owner said it had been fed steak laced with poison.
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