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Question animals have feelings too !? What site is this from A Gordon Setter is a large breed dog, a family member setter which also includes the two best known Irish Setter and English Setter. Setter breeds are classified as members of either the Sporting or group based on hunting dog kennel club national or council. The original purpose of the breed was to hunt game birds. Their careers in the UK, perhaps partridge or grouse, pheasant, grouse, blackgame, snipe or woodcock: whilst the bird dogs overseas are worked on quail , willow ptarmigan, grouse, Guinea fowl, sage hen, francolin and any other bird that will sit in a dog – that is to say, will try to avoid a potential predator by concealment rather than take to the wing at the first sign of danger. It is this combination of a bird that will sit fast in front of a dog that will stay about birds that makes the dog work possible. Gordon setters, also known as “Black and Tans”, have a coat as black as coal with markings of a rich chestnut or mahogany color on their feet and lower legs, vents, throat, and muzzles ; one spot above each eye, and two spots on the chest. A small amount of white is allowed on the chest. Although uncommon, red Gordons are occasionally born to normal-colored parents, the result of the expression of a recessive red. Dogs predominantly beige, red, or yellow are not eligible for exhibition. Gordon A coat is straight or slightly wavy (not curly), long and silky, with the chest; stomach, ear, leg, and tail feathering. According to the AKC breed standard, “the bearing is intelligent, noble and dignified.” They are the heaviest of the setter breeds, with males reaching 27 inches at the withers and up to 80 pounds of weight. The AKC describes the Gordon Setter temperament as “alert, gay, interested, and confident. He is fearless and willing, intelligent and capable. He is faithful and affectionate, and strong-minded enough to withstand the rigors of training. ” Gordons are intensely loyal to their owners, thrive in an attentive, loving environment, and are good family dogs. Puppies and adult dogs can be quite noisy, and even if they are patient by nature, may not be suitable for households with very young children. Gordons are sensitive and empathic, eager to learn, and require the firm, but gentle handling. Early socialization and obedience training is important. They are known as very much. Race is one of the slowest to mature, not hitting until the first of three years or more, and show similar characteristics puppy well in their old age. Gordons were bred to run, and require from 60 to 80 minutes of vigorous exercise per day. Young dogs should not be too exercised or begin agility training until they are at least 18 months, to avoid joint problems later in life. Because of their hunting instincts, Gordons should not be allowed to move freely without supervision if, as they tend to walk in a potentially dangerous traffic situation while following a scent. Although not as prone to hip dysplasia that most large breeds, Gordons can suffer from the disease. Other health problems can include hypothyroidism, gastric torsion (bloat) and eye diseases such as progressive retinal atrophy, and cataracts. The life expectancy of the breed is generally about 10 to 12 years. This is the title of the chapter on pointers and setters in Stonehenge’s work on dogs published around a one hundred fifty years ago. “Gun Dogs” The term would cover pretty well all the dogs described in the chapter. Most hunting dogs described by Stonehenge are no longer to be found in the UK or were absorbed in one of the other races. The 1. Russian setter, the setter Welsh, Northern Irish Water Spaniel, Southern Water Spaniel Irish Water Spaniel and English, the Spanish pointer and the pointer Portuguese have all disappeared over the last hundred and fifty years, and pictures of some some of the races that are still with us show considerable differences in the breed we see today. Edward Laverick wrote in The Setter, published in 1872: “writing is but an improved spaniel ‘, while the Rev Pearce in dogs, published the same year, said:” There is a direct descendant of Spaniels: “Setting Spaniel” was the first setter. ” Since then, it is. Generally agree with the conclusion that the Setter was predominantly derived from the old Land Spaniel, called so to distinguish it from the Water Spaniel It is believed that interbreeding with dogs outside or Pointers did influence on its development. William Taplin in The Sportsman’s office (1803-1804) argued that it was “originally produced by a commixture between the Spanish pointer and the biggest race of the English Spaniel.” We now really need not return to the spaniel and development specializing in setting dog, as it was called, and can be found in work by the famous French sportsman, Gaston de Foix, Vicomte de Béarn (1331-1391) , which they say had about 1,500 dogs came from the site name alPUT DOWN … NOT A LINK!!!!! I’m sorry about the caps before … I did not want … Best answer: Answer by

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  • Wikipediahttp :/ / / wiki / Gordon_SetterIl is impolite to scream when people are just trying to help. This is the Wikipedia Gordon Setter. What the h *** you want?

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  • It seems to come from Gordon Setter – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Tip to find out for yourself, a sentence in the article unusual Google

  • From the tone of the huge room, I would assume that this is a site based in England, specifically for the Gordon Setter and hunting dogs in general. It really looks like a page of a book because it describes how a book written 150 ans.Avez ago you looked for “Stonehenge” as the author of a book? I was able to find this Reference (below) regarding one of the authors referenced in the text below dessus.J ‘ve also tried some of the various archives and sites of the breed. It must be a specialized site as it does not fire in my quick page through the Web. Good luck!

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