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Welcome to Exclusively Setters

A place for Irish Setters owners around the world to share stories & photos of one of the most beautiful dog breeds.

Ein Platz für alle Irish Setter Besitzer der Welt um Ihre Geschichten und Bilder einer der schönsten Hunderassen zu teilen.

Een plaats voor Ierse Setter eigenaren van over de hele wereld om hun verhalen & foto’s van één van de meest mooie hondenrassen te delen.

Paikka, missä irlanninsettereiden omistajat ympäri maailman voivat jakaa tarinoita & kuvia tästä yhdestä maailman kauneimmasta koirarodusta.

Un site où les propriétaires de Setters Irlandais du monde entier peuvent
partager les histoires et photos de l'une des plus belles races de chien.

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Coat changes after neutering

Started by Sue and Cash. Last reply by Christina Herrmann yesterday. 57 Replies

PROJECT. BLOAT HERIDITARY IN IRISH SETTERS

Started by wilko jansen. Last reply by wilko jansen Aug 6. 26 Replies

Cushing

Started by silvia. Last reply by silvia Jul 15. 4 Replies

Cushings Disease

Started by Delia Bryce. Last reply by silvia Jul 10. 3 Replies

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Latest News .....

Posted by Catherine Carter on October 1, 2019 at 2:59am 0 Comments

PADDY

Posted by lilian leighton on May 13, 2019 at 2:26pm 0 Comments

My apologies for not being on here recently I have had a lot on. Paddy is well he still sneaks on the settee so we've got no room.He annoys every dog he comes across he says they're jealous of his beautiful fur. he still reminds me he's boss with his teefs  but he has an amazing sense of humour and ditto we need one with him

Happy 11th Birthday Darling Joy!!!

Posted by Cornelia on April 23, 2019 at 11:29pm 5 Comments

How time flies!!! This was me in the summer of 2008 - and now besides of the same church in Ticino in January 2019:

I had an adventurous life and travelled a lot and hope to be able to explore the world still a few years longer. But first things first: Last year in early spring we went to a town near Neapel, that was destroyed by a volcano. We…

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Christina Herrmann replied to Sue and Cash's discussion Coat changes after neutering
"Hello, I know!! I saw it the second I posted my reply. How embarassing...Thanks for the "fresh" pic of your darling boy. So sweet... Kind regards, "
yesterday
Cornelia replied to Louise Woods's discussion Homemade food for a fussy eater - does anyone have any advice?
"Dear Louise,  I'm sorry to hear that Bertie bloated again - but glad you managed to deflate him without operation! If his dry food is hot pressed, I would not give it to him anymore anyway, because it expands quite a bit in the stomach,…"
Sunday
Sue and Cash replied to Sue and Cash's discussion Coat changes after neutering
"This thread is super old.  Cash is turning 10 next month!  He is a hairy fuzzy guy and I don't mess with grooming much anymore.  Shave his neck and he fights me on trimming him up these days.  He is a wonderful dog…"
Oct 10
Sue and Cash replied to Sue and Cash's discussion Coat changes after neutering
Oct 10
Christina Herrmann replied to Sue and Cash's discussion Coat changes after neutering
"Hello Sue, your boy is a beauty!! Look at the rich hair on his tail. It looks great and will continue to do so, I am sure. I think the hair above his ankles could be groomed a bit to look tidy in a good way. You are lucky Cash enjoys grooming…"
Oct 10
Judith Wilson-Pates replied to Sue and Cash's discussion Coat changes after neutering
"I’m very late on this thread, but it’s only become an issue for us in the past year or two. Blaise was spayed at 6 months and kept her dark, silky mahogany coat until she was 8 or 9 years old. She’s now 10-½, has more blonde…"
Oct 8
Louise Woods replied to Louise Woods's discussion Homemade food for a fussy eater - does anyone have any advice?
"Hello Rosie Thank you for your post. Bertie was taken to the vets last night with bloat - luckily they could deflate him with surgery.   Unfortunately we cannot make the Health Day on the 16th November but I will contact you regarding Bertie…"
Oct 3
Louise Woods replied to Louise Woods's discussion Homemade food for a fussy eater - does anyone have any advice?
"Dear Cornelia, Thank you for your reply - sorry it has taken a while for me to reply back to you.That is interesting about this breed having a heritable wheat sensitivity.   Last night we had to rush Bertie to the vets again with bloat. Luckily…"
Oct 3
 
 
 

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