Sunday, September 29, 2013

English Setter dog

Posted: 27 Apr 2011 06:30 AM PDT

Two gorgeus English Setter puppies playing outdoor

English Setter dog is a strong and intelligent dog, English Setter dog is a gun dog, English Setter dog is a beautiful dog, English Setter dog is dynamic and energetic dog.

Connoisseurs of the breed argue that he appeared in England over 400 years ago. Some of the earliest written sources show that the English Setter originated from older types of Spanish land spaniels. However, Hans Bol in his book “Hunting for quail, simple, and falconry, written in 1582, gives very definite and clear evidence that the rocks pointers and spaniels are already at that time were quite different.
In the records of British hunters of past centuries, there are allegations that the English Setter – a descendant of the Spanish gun-dog, a large water spaniel and springer spaniel, through careful selection it has acquired the ability to find and make a point over the game in open spaces. By studying the illustrations in old books, it is clear that the setter-spaniel was very beautiful dog, many dogs head was much longer and the shape was close to the classic proportions, in contrast to the actual spaniels, in others the head was short, with no clearly delineated the profile of typical for today’s setters. Besides, the old setters hair was quite wavy and curly, especially on the thighs. That is, even the earliest written sources have not always agreed in opinion as to the origin of the breed.
The largest contribution to the development of the modern breed of setter, no doubt, belongs to Edward Laveraku, who in 1825 bought the Reverend Father A. Harrison, dog, Ponto and Old Moll. Reverend Harrison for 35 years maintained the purity of the breed. From these two dogs Laverak, skillfully using inbreeding, received excellent English Setter Prince, Kauntess, Nelly and

Beautiful male English Setter dog running in the park

English Setter dog is a beautiful dog, English Setter dog is a good hunter, English Setter dog is fast running dog.

The first exhibition of English Setters was held January 28, 1859 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and since these exhibitions have been held all over England, gaining increasing popularity. In 1874, Mr. Laverak sold a pair of setters, Charles X. Raymond from the city of Morris Plains, New Jersey. Over the next ten years the breed has spread to the United States. At the same time in the U.S. and Canada was imported type English setters grown RL Pyurselem Lyuelinom. As regards the so-called lyue-Sakhalinsk type should say that while in England in the heyday was the type of Laveraka, Lyuelin bought some of his best exhibition of dogs and poured them into “an entirely new blood.” He tied them to the setter, acquired in the north of England in Mr. Statter and Sir Vincent Corbett. Representatives of this species was called Duke Rebs by name two of the most prominent pioneers of the type. The results were not long in coming, the dogs with fresh blood worked perfectly on field trials, covering the entire sector of search, “scrubbing” it clean. Their fame had reached America, the hunters in different areas of the United States and Canada have bought a lot of dogs, and so this type of rock is firmly established across the Atlantic

Gorgeus English Setter dog in hunt position

English Setter dog has friendly nature, English Setter dog is an excellent companion, but English Setter dog requares long walks.

Perhaps the most notable name among the working dog breeds English setters in America – a Count Noble. This dog has got at Lyuelina Dave Sanborn of Dowling, Michigan, but after hunting with him in the prairies are so disillusioned that he was on his return to England, persuaded his BF Wilson of Pittsbur-ha. After the death of Count Sanborn passed into the hands of Wilson, who has demonstrated outstanding abilities of their pets throughout the United States from coast to coast. Now the stuffed dog exhibited at the Carnegie Museum in Pittsburgh, who attends many hunters.
English Setter has retained its popularity in the U.S. mainly due to their working qualities and beauty. As a result, a reasonable selection in breeding improved, its representatives can be found at all shows and field trials. Gentle, friendly nature of the English setter with his intelligence and beautiful aristocratic good looks made him a universal favorite. He quickly and firmly attached to the owner and is an excellent companion, but English Setter requires long walks, so keep it better in the suburbs rather than in the city

Picture of beautiful English Setter dog hunting in the forest

English Setter dog is elegant and propotional, English Setter dog has beautiful aristocratic good looks.

English Setter. Official Standard
Approved November 11, 1986

General view. Elegant, proportional and harmonious folded Retriever perfectly combines strength, endurance and grace. Smooth, with elegant restroom psovinoy. Runs freely and smoothly, far from introducing forelimbs and strongly pushing back, back when it is straight and flat. Males are definitely stronger, but without coarseness addition. Females land, but not easy. The focus of the examination should be paid to the overall impression of the dog, its balance, movement, and is consistent with the purposes for which it deduced breed.
Flaws: excessive development of individual articles and qualities that are contrary to the type of breed.

Head. Dimensions and proportions are in harmony with the body. Long and lean, with well defined transition from forehead to muzzle. When viewed from the side of the top line of muzzle, skull and lower jaw are parallel. The skull oval when viewed from above, of medium width, without the slightest damn rude, at the base of the ears a little wider than the eyebrows. Occiput moderately expressed, but not excessively so. The length of the skull is the length of the muzzle. The muzzle is straight from the transition from the forehead to the muzzle to the tip of the nose. When viewed from the side of a long and rectangular, with square deep enough developed lips. The width of the muzzle is in harmony with the width of the skull and uniform throughout. Nose black or dark brown, fully pigmented. Nostrils wide open and wide. The skull beneath the eyes is well filled and not released. Cheeks smooth. Teeth – scissors bite is preferred dense, may be a straight line. The eyes are dark brown, the darker the better. The brilliant and widely spaced, with a kind, intelligent expression. Oval, rather large, not deep set nor protruding. Eyelid dark and fully pigmented, dry, tight, third eyelids are not visible. Low-set ears – at or below eye level. In the quiescent state close to head. Medium length, slightly rounded at the ends, not thin and not thick, covered with silky hair.

The neck and body. Neck long, graceful, muscular and lean. At the base of the skull is oval in shape. Wider and I have muscular shoulders, where it gradually merges with the body. Skin folds are permitted, but not too large. Topline in movement and stance looks straight or slightly sloping, with no sway or retractions of the withers. Forms a graceful line of medium length. Forechest Strong, muscular, sternum slightly protruding beyond the line of scapulohumeral joints. Fairly deep – down to the elbows. Ribs long and moderately rounded middle, thinning and flattening at the end. Back straight, with a firm and strong loin. Loins muscular and of medium length, slightly arched. Abdomen moderately tucked up. The croup is nearly horizontal. The pelvis is broad, rounded croup. The tail is a continuation of the topline, comes to the hock or slightly shorter. The dog carries it horizontally at the back. Long, straight, silky hair on the underside of the tail forms a suspension

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