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Irish red and White Setter Breed Information

The Irish Red and White Setter, is also called as Irish parti coloured setters. This breed was originally developed in Ireland. In the 1984, the Irish red and white club was created. This breed was recognized by the American Kennel Club in the year 2006. This breed was originated from the family of gun dogs. This breed is very strong. They are well and also powerfully built. This breed is very athletic in nature. They have very broad head. Their muzzle is square and also very clean. They have high set ears, which are low hanging. They have a strong jaw and also overlapping teeth. They have long, strong and also muscular neck. Their throat and the lower portion of the neck are slightly arched. They have well developed ribs and also deep chest. They have strong and also well knitted feet. The coat covering the body of the breed is feathered and also has a fine texture. They have strong and also a long tail, which is slightly tapering towards the end. They are mainly available in parti colour, which is a combination of red as well as white. The average height of healthy Irish setters is 62 cm to 66 cm, and the average weight of this breed is 25 kg to 34 kg. This breed is very energetic and also active; they are usually calmed gentle and also very friendly in nature. They are very addictive to physical exercise and if they are not provided with adequate mount of exercise, they might get destructive in nature. They are very sensitive sound. This breed is very loyal towards their master and also family. They might act shy around strangers and this should be avoided with proper socializing from an early age. They might get stubborn and show various behavioural disorders if they are not properly trained, and in order to avoid this they should be trained by a strong confident and also well efficient trainer. They require large space and hence are not suitable for apartments. This breed has a long coat and is very easy to groom. They should be brushed everyday regularly. The average life expectancy of this breed is 11 years to 15 years.



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