Gosh, you are one busy woman! You must have tons of energy. I don't know what part of the country you are in to recommend a local setter club to join. There you will find experienced setter people that can help you as you begin your conformation and performance career with Wyatt. I started by going to the Irish Setter Club of America website. Lots of good information. Best wishes to you,
Hi, I just requested to add you as a friend. I can relate to you as far as the newbie status goes. I have been showing for about a year and a half and am hooked. I just read every book on dog showing I could afford to buy. We have done ok... we have 13 points and both majors done! It may take forever to get those last two points, but we are trying. Good luck to you.
Thank you for commenting on Hugo's photo..... actually most of the time he IS angelic! From when we first met him he was called 'lil sweetie' - still answers to it as a matter of fact. I can see your boy has a good life. I love the snow photos. The only advice I have for learning to exhibit Wyatt is to make sure your sense of humour is as large as your wallet!!!
as you will see if you go on my page we have had setters for a long time. My daughter is your age and has just finished at Tennessee Tech University studying environmental biology ( lots to do with the planet and the animals) Your setter looks lovely and I hope you enjoy showing. It does not matter if you do not win you will always take the best dog home! Kind regards ,Catherine Carter