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How many Irish Setters do you have?
Started with two Irish, then switched to English, one ES left.
How long have you owned Irish Setters?
thirty years with English Setters
About Me:
I am not a breeder just love the breed, used to show ES but finding it hard to compete in the ring now.

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Posted on January 7, 2013 at 2:53am 1 Comment

Hi Everyone,

This is the first time I have joined anything online so I am still finding my way around.  Thanks to those who have welcomed me.  My first dog was an Irish called Gemma then I got Jodie.  I fell in love with the English Setter and they have been my love for the next thirty years.  I currently share my home with my last ES Bailey, an ex race greyhound Bella and I am showing a young Saluki Harry.  I am finding I am not fit enough these days to show a Setter.  I still love…


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At 8:53pm on December 19, 2012, Kimberly Simmons said…

Welcome Gayle, I'm new myself, you'll find yourself warmly welcomed by the regulars shortly! It's a very nice forum

At 3:25am on January 5, 2013, Cheryl Gorey said…

Welcome Gayle, from one Aussie to another!  Hope you enjoy the site.  cheers, Cheryl

At 4:47am on January 7, 2013, Lynn Spencer said…

Hi Gayle.  Have just seen that you are new here & wanted to say 'Welcome'.  I'm also from Melbourne & have an Irish & an English Setter.  My beautiful Irish girl is now 11 years, & my English girl is just one year.   We lost our first English Setter just on two years ago now.  She was the reason I love the English breed so much.  I have always been torn though & could never decide which breed I wanted most, so had to have both. 

My first English girl was a Landmark dog.  I am not sure but am thinking that perhaps you might have had my Megg's litter sister, Ch. Landmark Louisianna.(sp)..  If so, what a small world. 

Welcome to Exclusively Setters.  This is a fun group with lots of wonderful photo's & great people.  Hope you enjoy it here.


Lynn, Tess & Grace. 

At 10:41pm on January 8, 2013, Dianne cook said…
Hello Gayle welcome, I too are from melbourne look forward to seeing photos of your fur family. Enjoy ES take care Dianne, Flame, Ruby and Poppy. Ps took me awhile to learn as I'm totally computer illiterate :( but I'm learning :))
At 9:29pm on January 14, 2013, Lynn Spencer said…

Hi Gayle,

Yes, I think we did meet at Mornington.  Those were fun days.  We didn't show Megg but she did do obedience & was very good at it, until one day she decided that it wasn't for her anymore (lol). I am a devil for punishment though & after having Tess for a year & a half on her own, we decided to get another English girl.   Tess & Megg were baby puppies together & I was sure Tess would love another pup but I couldn't have been more wrong.  She didn't like or want her new sister.  Luckily, after a couple of months, it all worked out & now they are great friends.  Not like with Megg, but still friends, so I am happy with that.  Grace is a real sweetheart & loves Tess to bits. Must admit though, that having a new pup after 10 years is a bit of a shock to the system (lol). 


Will look forward to seeing some pics. of your lovely family. 


Lynn, Tess & Grace.



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