We outline the different questions that you’ll be asking in relation to microchipping your English Setter. How much it costs, who is responsible for microchipping and your legal requirements in ensuring these details are kept up to date and much more.
Originating in England in the 16th century, the English Setter was bred to be an expert bird hunter. Its graceful, agile body and keen sense of smell made it the perfect companion for hunters.
The breed was further refined in the 19th century, when two distinct varieties emerged: the show-type English Setter and the field-type English Setter. The former was bred for its beauty and elegance, while the latter was bred for its hunting prowess.
Today, the English Setter is still a popular choice for hunters, but it has also become a beloved family pet. Its gentle, affectionate nature and intelligence make it an ideal companion for families. It is also known for its loyalty and devotion to its owners.
The English Setter is a beautiful breed that is sure to bring joy to any home. With its long history and loyal nature, it is no wonder why this breed has been so beloved for centuries.
English Setter Breed Facts
Height (Adult): Male: 56 to 64cm Female: 53 to 61cm
Weight (Adult): Male: 25 to 32kg Female: 20 to 27kg
Life Expectancy: 12 to 15 years
Temperament: Affectionate, Energetic, Loyal, Intelligent, and Sociable
To spay or not to spay. Here’s a quick guide on spaying or neutering your English Setter – with a guide to all things you might need to consider.
Sometimes it may look like your English Setter is bored or doesnt know what to do. We’ve put together some signs for you to look out for
We know how time can be limited to give your English Setter ample exercise. Here’s some tips on other ideas that you can follow as well as how to find the right dog walker for your English Setter too.