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~~Happy Christmas to all~~

Posted on December 23, 2011 at 6:19pm 6 Comments

Lego on the mend again.

Posted on August 10, 2011 at 9:23am 13 Comments

Introducing something special :)

Posted on July 25, 2011 at 11:00am 13 Comments

All the sevens !

Posted on July 7, 2011 at 12:20pm 8 Comments

Recovering once again...

Posted on April 20, 2011 at 6:22am 13 Comments

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How many Irish Setters do you have?
I have two English Setters at the moment and one Irish Red Setter
How long have you owned Irish Setters?
About 10 years.
About Me:
Was the owner of a beautiful male Irish Setter named Fritz many years ago but sadly he is no longer with me. At the moment I'm the very proud owner of two beautiful English Setters and have recently added a new little 'Red' man to the family.

My Boys :

Legolas (10) born 04/04/2002 in Co.Longford, mother named Heather ~ not registered and never been shown, from working lines.

Theoden (Michelle's boy) (7) born 07/07/2004 in Lodgewood, Ferns, Co. Wexford.
Sire: Capparoe Prancer
Dam: Blackstairs Megan (both working lines)

I used to show Theoden at local shows around Wexford & Wicklow during the Summer months, it was always good fun !

Rohan (Glennara Sheherezade) (1) born 17/03/2011 in Hampshire U.K.
Sire: SH Ch Suteresett Milky Way With Scarletti JW
Dam: Sh Ch Glennara Lehana JW Sh CM

My Three boys before Connor's passing and my new little Red man :)

Comment Wall (148 comments)

At 7:17am on December 19, 2010, Deborah Christopher said…

Hi Michelle

Welcome to the site.  Looking forward to seeing photos of your dogs.  Owned English settes for 28 years and never seen a lemon belton!

Best wishes

Deborah

 

 

 

At 12:33pm on December 19, 2010, Deborah Christopher said…

Hi Michelle

They are lovely dogs.  He is very pale isn't he. Are they working strain? One of my Irish is half working strain, very intelligent indeed.  We have round door handles and a lock on the fridge!!

Deborah

At 5:40pm on December 20, 2010, martin falsey said…

hi michelle i hope you will enjoy ex setters site i love your dogs happy bunch  i hope you will have a red some day merry christmas

At 6:53am on December 22, 2010, ereni said…

Hello Michele,

thank you for adding me to your friends.

A couple years ago I was proud owner of my "Mr  Dog"

(he was crossbreed: mother was  Irish setter+Slovak cuvac and father was  hovawart).

His name was Athos.Your dogs remind me him a little.

Have a nice Christmas time:)

Reni and ISis

 

At 5:21pm on December 22, 2010, Debbie & Rafferty said…

Many thanks Michelle for the friendship invite.  Rafferty hates being groomed too, despite starting from an early age.  He looks like a one year old yetti at the moment.  Setters are definitely sent to try us for sure!  Have a very Merry Christmas

All the best

Debbie

At 3:01pm on January 2, 2011, Dee Rance said…
If I were to have an English, (and that is what I first went to get, not an Irish) I would want an Orange Belton, I just think that they are wonderful...too late now...just too old to start in another breed....Dee and the gang
At 3:11pm on January 2, 2011, Dee Rance said…
Thanks for the comments on my pictures... Saffy has been on the back of the settee since she was a puppy, now at 5 she has it molded to her shape...keeps me worm in the winter....ha ha
At 3:51pm on January 2, 2011, Dee Rance said…

Hi there Michelle

Do you have a place in mind where you are going to get your 'Red' from???? your lemon boy looks lovely, I would hate to try and keep him clean...I took mine out for the first time for a long time, (weather been just too bad, and dangerous under foot), and was surprised that it was still thick snow/ice, mainly ice, so a walk that normally takes about half an hour to walk took 'me' one and a half...but the 'kids' just loved it, Fin, Saffy's son, was in and out of the burn, and he was absolutely soaking wet...and very dirty, as it was so very muddy...where the snow wasn't...

Good luck with your new baby, can't wait to see what he (???) looks like. All the best Dee and the gang

At 8:33am on January 7, 2011, Gabriella Locskay said…

Hi Michelle!

Thanks for nice comment!

At 2:41pm on January 15, 2011, Gayle Sheridan said…
There were 13 in the litter, hence LOTR to get enough names! In addition to Gandal, Elrond and Strider, there were Galadrial, Tom Bombadil, Evenstar, Beruthial, Aragon, Arwen, Goldberry, and .... three others I can't remember. In the early days I had a couple of English Setters too but the Irish are my darlings.
At 11:27am on January 23, 2011, Nicole Wilson said…

Hi Michelle, thanks for the friends request and the comments on my photos :-) Looks like your two boys are having a great life too! Love their names ;-)

Greetings from Scotland....

At 3:31pm on January 23, 2011, Nicole Wilson said…
You're talking to another crazed LOTR fan ;-) I even have a Tolkien dictionary - would you believe it!
At 3:10am on January 24, 2011, Nicole Wilson said…
That sounds great - I'm all up for it. Think you're the first other setter owner I've met who is also a LOTR fan! Unless everyone keeps quiet about it ;-)
At 12:50pm on January 24, 2011, Dee Rance said…
Hi there thanks for the comments on the pictures of Jas and the babies. As for Jas bless her she had started to get old now...But the puppies, can you imagine how I felt when there was 15 of the little darlings, a houseful to say the least, unfortunately we lost one of the wee boys at two days old...but yes they are doing very well there are at least four + Fin here on ES and another on Facebook, (he is now a JW winner), so a really lucky litter. 
At 1:28pm on January 24, 2011, Dee Rance said…
Well unfortunately it wasn't Jasmine that had the puppies, it was Saffy, there is a picture of her on the blogs, Competition into how many puppies she was going to have, they were by CSection so it came as a shock all round...it was dreadful to find the wee mite gone...but the rest were big strapping babies, and a very even litter, Dad is on the site too, there were and ES litter....Mr Jingles....for me the best thing since sliced bread, perfect puppies and growing into wonderful Setters, but I am a tiny weeny bit predjudis...
At 4:47am on January 25, 2011, Dee Rance said…

The collars came from the Internet thanks to Nicole, and it really did make life easier, when you are bottle feeding every 4 hours for so many weeks, you need to be able to tell one from the other, and in the end, they are trained to collars from the word go, they never have that dreadful time trying to get them used to a collar, all the throwing themselves around and scratching at themselves....ha ha.

Saffy left a lot of it to me, she seemed to know that I would do most of the ''stuff'' involved with babies, she really did love the cleaning up after them though, after food. She loves her son and plays constantly with him... 

At 5:38am on January 25, 2011, Deborah Christopher said…
Thanks for your comments on the photos.  Olive's teeth were far too sharp back then but luckily she's got adult teeth now and she tends to mainly keep them to herself!!
At 3:22am on January 27, 2011, Anna Kazimierowicz said…

Thanks for your comments on my photos;-)

Did you contact customers to offer  them new staff?

Cuddles for count Dogula and his mate:-)

At 10:47am on February 5, 2011, Dee Rance said…

Hi there Michelle

I know that I had a Xbreed that had the most dreadful teeth, I was horrified when I noticed them...but the vet told me that dogs didn't feel teeth the way that we do, and perhaps he just didn't feel anything..I know that I was pleased to think that it didn't give Liuka any discomfort, I do hope that all goes well on the 16th....will be thinking of you both then...all the best Dee and the gang

Jas is doing really well, behaving like a puppy, posted some pictures, I need to get better with the camera though...;o))

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