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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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9 Month Old Just Can't Calm Down

Started by Mink Kapferer. Last reply by Finn 10 hours ago. 6 Replies

Arthur

Started by Howard Glansfield. Last reply by Finn yesterday. 29 Replies

paddy

Started by lilian leighton. Last reply by James Doran Jan 4. 16 Replies

Need Advice on age related hind end weakness

Started by Jennifer Sellek. Last reply by Catherine Carter Dec 25, 2016. 28 Replies

Blog Posts

Kasia became a mom again!

Posted by Anna Kazimierowicz on January 10, 2017 at 6:30am 5 Comments

8.01.2017 Kasia gave birth to 9 puppies (3 girls and 6 boys). Everything went well, Kasia and puppies are doing very well!

Parents of this lovely nine are:

Kasia of McBirdy (Sumaric Shadow of MrJingles x Cheyenn of McBirdy)

Muffin - Copper's Gypsy Rose (Copper's Magiska Under x…

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HAPPY NEW YEAR !!!!!

Posted by Catherine Carter on December 31, 2016 at 12:22pm 2 Comments

We welcome the new year 2017

Posted by Elisabeth on December 30, 2016 at 8:58am 2 Comments

We welcome the new year 2017

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MERRY CHRISTMAS

Posted by wilko jansen on December 23, 2016 at 6:33am 5 Comments

SLEEP TIGHT ANIARA and NOME

Posted by Myra Thomas-Rhodes on December 3, 2016 at 9:52pm 10 Comments

We so want them to be immortal, but sadly it doesn't happen, and before we know it, the years have flown by. Saying goodbye to two huge personalities in our lives, so special, and so special to all who met them, Aust Ch. Amhurst Prinsessan Aniara on 25th October and her sire, Aust Ch. Copper's Prins Trollmane (Imp Sweden) on 25th November. We three had so many wonderful times over the twelve and thirteen and a half years. Bless you both. No more Nomie hugs, and you hadn't been hugged until…

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Latest Activity

Finn replied to Mink Kapferer's discussion 9 Month Old Just Can't Calm Down
"Totally agree with Cornelia that mental stimulation is so very important. Just a few more ideas. We played the game when ours were pups with a treat under small flowerpots then moving them around. They have to keep their eyes fixed on the one with…"
10 hours ago
human friend replied to Mink Kapferer's discussion 9 Month Old Just Can't Calm Down
"A strong and powerful dog who snaps is not a good thing if you have children. Your first course of action is to keep them safe from getting bitten. Then deal with his problems. But he can probably sense your fear when he snaps and knows he is the…"
18 hours ago
Mink Kapferer replied to Mink Kapferer's discussion 9 Month Old Just Can't Calm Down
"Thanks Alison! That sounds like a great idea - I'll be sure to try that. I don't use the crate as a punishment - more as a space for him to calm down in. But I do it too much, you're right. Am looking forward to doing the whole…"
20 hours ago
Mink Kapferer replied to Mink Kapferer's discussion 9 Month Old Just Can't Calm Down
"Thanks Cornelia! I'm going to take him to Gun Dog training courses for the basics and see how we get on. I was hugely buoyed by looking at Paddy threads the other night - it's great to know that CuCullen (or Cookie as we mainly call him)…"
20 hours ago
alison higgins replied to Mink Kapferer's discussion 9 Month Old Just Can't Calm Down
"I initially had huge problems with Jamie when he was young. He was jumping, mouthing, ripping clothes and had so much energy it was scary. You need to get him to calm down, and the turning point for us was when we walked into his space until he…"
yesterday
Finn replied to Howard Glansfield's discussion Arthur
"Sympathy for trying to look after a setter who needs to be restricted. From my own experience, a nightmare. So glad to hear your good news and looking forward to your pics of Arthur running around. All the best, Howard."
yesterday
Cornelia replied to Ellie's discussion Not wanting to be alone and learning to calmly play/walk with a stick in her mouth
"Hi Ellie, our Joy is usually, where one of us is during the day - and at night. She's 'single dog' and enjoys our company and so do we. So there are vet beds and places for her all over the house. I can not remember, that she was more…"
Friday
Cornelia replied to Mink Kapferer's discussion 9 Month Old Just Can't Calm Down
"Same old story, same old song... have look at some of the older posts and you will see, that you have a perfectly normal setter at home. I doubt, castration is the solution and will help - I would not even consider this, just because he is young and…"
Friday
 
 
 

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