hi terry,it is always good to find irish setters lovers.i,m also crazy for those readheads.i have had setters since 1979,and i still miss all of them.i adopted callie last year from save our setters.she is 4 years young .she is a great friend and exercise buddy,there is nothing better then the love of an irish,have a great holiday with your baby,christa
Thank you for your comments on my photos. And also for the friends request. I see you are in Florida...my daughter lives in Tennessee at the moment and sometimes goes down to Florida for a break. I only have three Irish Setters at the moment but maybe having a litter in the New Year! I see you are trying to get in touch with Carol! She is on Irish Setter lovers group on FB! It is a great group mostly pet owners , who adore their Irish like me! It is a closed group but I can invite you there if you are on FB!
Thank you Terri for inviting me as a friend :0) I adore my Irish furkids very much. My boy Flame who was my rescue and my first Irish at the age of 39....wish my parents had let me have one when I was growing up. He's having rehab at the moment for a replaced Glenhumerel Ligament and doing well. My" wild Irish roses" Ruby and Poppy are a handful but I love there wild Irish ways!! There granddad is from your home country. Look forward to sharing Irish stories. Take care Dianne and Irish x
PS.. I'll have a look at your photos too.
Dear Terri, our Shelby isn't an Irish but a curly retriever.....we love our bird dogs! And she is the Matriarch of our fur kids. It's been an absolute shock that this such lively fun loving pooch has been struck down with such a dreaded illness..... As you would no doubt sympathise with us and understand. She has had surgery twice and it was touch and go last tuesday but she is home with us now and kicking goals. We pray she will be with us a little longer as it's sadly such an aggressive cancer! We want her to run and roll in poo in the hills at home a little longer and are praying real hard. When we looked in her eyes last week, we knew then that she had had enough of been poked and prodded, not unlike my mum and her battle! So we have listened to what Shelby wants.
:0)) Thank you for caring we so appreciate it.
There is a photo of our Shell Bell on our deck with our Flame
Have a look!
Take care Terri and yes....friends through our setters xxx
Thank you Terrie.I'm so sorry for your loss too. I really miss Lacey especially now when I'm getting out the Christmas decorations. Her ornaments, holiday collars, pictures with Santa, etc. Be well and may God be with you in your healing.
Hi Terrie, I do not understand why you would think that all my English Setters have died. My English Setters, Hobson and Misty are still alive. My English Setters, Hammer, Rose and Annie died within 10 months of each other. I will never recover from this. My English Setter, Beau was stolen more than 10 1/2 years ago. I will never recover from this either. I will answer your email as soon as I can. Susan.
Dear Terrie, our Irish Setter Molly is neither a barker nor a biter. She is only 20 months old and has already had three intestinal blockages with volcanic stones found in our property, two of which had to be removed surgically. The vet says her intestines are now very fragile and delicate and that he could not operate her a third time. So the only way to keep her alive, is to only let her go out with a muzzle. Thank you for asking me to be your friend on ES. Kind regards, Eileen
Thank you for your kind comments. Actually at the moment I have 3 setters, a dog and two bitches. And on the 22nd of February we had a litter of nine puppies ( 6 boys and 3 girls). They are now just over two weeks old and have opened their eyes. There are looking very nice little bundles and I will post more photos of these pups on here soon.
Please keep in touch,
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