Despite its name, the Irish Red and White Setter is a distinct breed, not just a different colored version of the Irish Setter. Bred primarily for the field, they should be strong, powerful and athletic, with a keen and intelligent attitude. The coat's base color is white with solid red patches.

Irish Red and White Setter Dog Breed Information

Despite its name, the Irish Red and White Setter is a distinct breed, not just a different colored version of the Irish Setter. Bred primarily for the field, they should be strong, powerful and athletic, with a keen and intelligent attitude. The coat's base color is white with solid red patches.

learning how to pick wild flowers for mama at a young age ~ Irish Red and White Setter

Pictures of Irish Red and White Setters, both as adult dogs and puppies.

Despite its name, the Irish red and white setter is a distinct breed, not just a different colored version of the Irish setter. Bred primarily for the field, they should be strong, powerful and athletic, with a keen and intelligent attitude.

Despite its name, the Irish Red and White Setter is a distinct breed, not just a…

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Amazing history of dog breed - Irish Red and White Setter. Beautiful Irish Red and White Setter photos. Diseases of Irish Red and White Setter.

Irish Red and White Setter

Another pic of Wanda and Babe, the family's Irish Red and White setters.

Before there was the all-red Irish Setter we know and love, there was the Red and White Setter—a fixture of Ireland’s hills and bogs since at least the 1600s. In those days setters would sneak up on game birds by crawling on their bellies, then freeze in a “setting” position and indicate with their tail until a hunter threw a net over the birds. Nets eventually gave way to firearms, and the best setter lines adapted their crouching style of hunting to the new technology.

Irish Red and White Setter Dog Breed Information

Before there was the all-red Irish Setter we know and love, there was the Red and White Setter—a fixture of Ireland’s hills and bogs since at least the 1600s. In those days setters would sneak up on game birds by crawling on their bellies, then freeze in a “setting” position and indicate with their tail until a hunter threw a net over the birds. Nets eventually gave way to firearms, and the best setter lines adapted their crouching style of hunting to the new technology.

Irish Red and White Setter

Irish Red and White Setter

Irish Setter, Irish Red & White Setter, English Setter, Gordon Setter

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