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Sherry Miller
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  • Fenton, MO
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Sherry Miller's Discussions

Collars for training

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sue Humphrey Jun 29, 2011. 84 Replies

I just wondered what type of collar you all use for on leash training for your Irish Setter?

 

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Sherry Miller replied to Ellie's discussion Advice needed
"Please remember if they're anything like our Molly...if you do something with them once and they like it ...it's now part of their routine that they will beg you to do again. (We had one that thought being squirted with water was jolly fun)"
Jul 11, 2016
Sherry Miller replied to Ellie's discussion Advice needed
"They do keep trying things out. Ours didn't bark at us....our Irish lads were thieves! Not getting enough attention? Oh well, I'll steal this book, doll,pillow, her sandwich,shoe,...the possibilities were endless but resulted in chases by…"
Jul 9, 2016
Sherry Miller replied to shirley walsh's discussion Devastating news
"Shirley I'm so sorry to read your post. May the shamrocks fall softly on your beautiful Sophie. I know how hard it is to loose our wonderful Irish but I hope your special memories of happy times you shared with her will help bring you comfort.…"
Jul 9, 2016
Sherry Miller and Barbara are now friends
Jun 17, 2016
Sherry Miller commented on Barbara's blog post Happy Birthday Tiny
"Happy Birthday Tiny.....Hope it was a truly special day."
Jun 7, 2016
Sherry Miller replied to Mia Mullan's discussion Right dog! Right owner?
"Mia I probably should have added I was lucky to be home with our Irish pups and Alan had retired the day Molly came home so while ours were sometimes left for longer periods it was never a daily occurrence. We raised our daughters with our Irish…"
May 17, 2016
Sherry Miller replied to Mia Mullan's discussion Right dog! Right owner?
"Hi Mia....we got our first Irish Setter after watching one float across a field...truly a thing of beauty. We knew nothing but soon learned.....we always had 12 week old male puppies and theyhouse trained easily, wee bit of chewing but if you use…"
May 17, 2016
Sherry Miller commented on Sue Paterson's blog post Our new baby!
"I almost can't look at this sweet little one.....it gives me that funny urge to go looking For a puppy. Enjoy!"
Mar 24, 2016
Sherry Miller commented on Sandra's blog post missing my setters
"I know for us the year and a half without an Irish  managing our home was just too dull and quiet. Finally convinced Alan to let me find a purse puppy to rescue but none really said we belong together to me...even though they were cute....two…"
Mar 24, 2016
Sherry Miller commented on Gene's blog post Miles (Vermilions Treasure Island) [06/04/2003 - 12/29/2015]
"Gene I'm very late on reading this. I am so sorry you have lost your Miles. They leave big paw prints in our hearts and memories to treasure for always."
Mar 23, 2016
Sherry Miller commented on Finding_Beau's blog post HOBSON (Pamploma Toledo Mist) 10.06.2003 - 28.12.2015
"Dear Susan....just now reading your sad post. I am so very sorry. I know how much you loved Hobson and how hard you tried to help him. May your memories of your wonderful Hobson help to comfort you. Run free Hobson."
Mar 23, 2016
Sherry Miller commented on James Doran's blog post ROMEO (Gwendariff Simply Red Plays Starchelle) 03.12.2003 - 01.03.2016.
"James I'm so sorry. I just now read your wonderful  tribute to Romeo and my heart hurts for you all. Romeo  left his paw prints in your heart with everyday you shared......and knew you did everything you could to give him a wonderful,…"
Mar 23, 2016
Sherry Miller commented on Phil du Plessis's blog post Goodbye dear Rhett 22 June 2015
"Phil so sorry for the loss of your Rhett......they leave us way too soon by stay in our hearts forever. May your wonderful memories of Rhett help to comfort you. I hope the shamrocks fall gently around  handsome Rhett."
Jul 20, 2015
Sherry Miller commented on Chantal McIlveen-Wright's blog post Mac’s AIHA journal
"Chantal and David, Thank heavens Mac is home with you all....and I will keep positive thoughts and prayers Going for his recovery. How wonderful to have Dorothy knowing How to find the right place to help Mac and all those awesome supporters. I read…"
Jun 7, 2015
Sherry Miller replied to Vera Dovirak's discussion Need feedback on my 11-month old's behavior
"I found with my male Irish Setters at about this age if out in public they We're acting up at the sight of another dog or person that a simple about face And walking the other direction got their attention quickly. I'd then do…"
Jun 3, 2015
Sherry Miller replied to wilko jansen's discussion PROJECT. BLOAT HERIDITARY IN IRISH SETTERS
"Wilko I hope for the future of our Irish that your survey helps to find the answers. We have had Irish Setters since 1973....strictly as companions but so far we haven't had to deal with bloat. Our Molly is a rescue so no pedigree to help you…"
Apr 30, 2015

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How many Irish Setters do you have?
One
How long have you owned Irish Setters?
I have been owned by Irish Setter's since 1973
About Me:
We got our first Irish Setter, Shilo, back in 1973 ...knowing nothing of the breed but soon fell in love with our boy...and since then we have had 5 more males....we lost our last old gentleman Irish in 2008 and our inherited rescue Brittany a month later and husband said NO MORE DOGS !! Well , in June of 2009 I talked him into letting me rescue an itsy, bitsy dog but the more I looked the more I knew my heart was truly with my Irish Setters....then one night watching the Cardinal's Baseball game ....they had the Purina Pro Dog of the week looking for a home....a young female Irish Setter named Heidi ( on You Tube under Heidi the Irish Setter) and to make a long story short ....Heidi has become our Miss Molly ! Wee bit wild at first but was out of crate even when we were not home within 3 months, Miss Molly has just been an awesome Irish for us....have ran out of tricks to teach her....and she sure changed my mind about insisting on always having a male dog! I had always gotten Irish puppies around 12 weeks old before but after being owned by Miss Molly ....I would search for a rescue dog as she has just been so easy to train and fit into our lives. The only thing I wish we did know was what her pedigree was . I still miss my boys but Miss Molly sure healed a lot of aching hearts in our home.

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At 7:47am on January 16, 2011, Chantal McIlveen-Wright said…

Welcome to the ES site Sherry!!!

I love the story of Molly, and you made me think twice about always having a pup!!!

Waiting to see pictures of all your dogs... if possible???

Cuddles to Miss Molly

At 12:59am on January 28, 2011, Eunice Marott said…
great story... she is a gem
At 1:06pm on January 28, 2011, Eunice Marott said…
we have Molly now 13 months. lost the other one feb last year You having a Molly too was of interest to me. They are fun. When we got her we were not sure what to call her so she is Molly.
At 9:06pm on January 28, 2011, Eunice Marott said…
Our Molly does not hide things but leaves her teddy down the back yard which sometimes is hard to retrieve because of the steep block of land we have. As we do not have snow here how do the dogs go with getting cold. The pictures on this site look like they have so much fun playing in the snow. Molly has just come back from the beach with us but in Sydney dogs are not allowed on the beach so she just stays on the grass near the sand on a lead. Boring.
At 5:34am on January 30, 2011, Eunice Marott said…

sorry Sherry.

We do not show Molly. Years ago I used to show but not now... happy just having Molly. Your Molly weighs more than ours. Thedog training do not recommend choker collars. Molly goes back to training this Sunday.. they close over the hot months but is still hot. We live in Sydney not near the floods. I felt so sorry for the people of QLD we live in NSW it is the worst thing that has happened in Australia from my memory. We have had the bush fires which are really bad but this was awful. A friend of mine takes her dog to a dog park she has a boxer but I don't wish to take Molly to one.  Would be real fun to have both Mollys play together... bit far to travel for that. Our Molly could put on some weight but she has come a litter of 15 and I think she is quite small for an IS. We love her heaps she is my companion during the day. Still can't imagine the setters in the snow. Most likely because we do not have snow in Sydney only down the snowy mountains in southern NSW. take care talk soon

At 5:37am on January 30, 2011, Eunice Marott said…
only just read your message. I love the photos of Miss Molly at Xmas. We spent Xmas in Alice Springs which is in the middle of Australia with our son and his family. Molly had hers at the kennels. She likes it there but hopefully next Christmas our family will be back in Sydney. My son is a pilot and living inAlice Springs to get more flying hours.
At 4:25pm on January 31, 2011, Eunice Marott said…

thanks. The kennels have playtime but not for long during the day. Our previous setter went there also and they loved her so much and this has been passed on to Molly who is special. They pickup her up from the vets which is local to us and she is transported to the kennels which takes about two hours with other dogs and cats. They are a big concern in Sydney and train dogs for customs. beagles mainly.

Your Miss Molly sits on the lounge the same way as ours. I suppose they all do much the same things. 

At 5:44pm on January 31, 2011, Eunice Marott said…
that photo was taken when we arrived home from the aiport after collecting Molly. She came from QLD. I have two cats and they were used to the previous setter. When she died the other cat really missed her. I was not sure how Molly would go but the trauma of the flight, meeting new people then faced with a 1/1/2 hour trip from the ariport with us via the pet shop where we purchased the bed in the picture I think she was just glad to be settled. She had a long trip to the airport the other end in QLD to Brisbane.
At 2:49pm on February 1, 2011, Catherine Carter said…

Hi Sherry,

a late welcome to the site from a French Setter owner in the UK!

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