Birth Date: 2/10/21 Avail Date: 4/07/21 Mom: Irish Setter Dad: Standard Poodle This F1 Irish Doodle puppy would make a great addition to your home. Puppy comes with a 1 year genetic health guarantee will be ...
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Graceful meets athleticism in the dashing Irish Setter. Sporting a flaming red coat, Irish Setter puppies for sale carry the spunk and energy to match their color. First originating in Ireland as a member of the gundog breed, these beauties are hunters at heart and love to chase anything that moves. Their energy level runs high making them a perfect addition for the active family. Irish Setters will be the instigator of many hearty laughs and playful moments among the older children while simultaneously settling in as a loyal companion for any senior citizens.
Irish Setter puppies are an elegant breed proving super likable. They’re a beauty to look at and if permitted, will often assume the life of the party. Plus, they’re great with other pets. Two types of Irish Setters are common today. First is the field Irish Setter contrasted with the show Irish Setter who carries a thicker coat and heavier build than his field counterpart.
Enter this dashing breed into competitions and they’ll thrive in agility, tracking, flyball, rally and so much more. They’re a large dose of mischief and energy combined and absolutely despise being alone. Doing life alongside their humans is simply preferred. When talking exercise, plan to spend at least an hour daily with your Setter as he unleashes all his energy. After those energy needs are met, the Irish Setter transforms into a calm and companionable friend able to settle in nearly anywhere.
Be warned, however. Irish Setter puppies are slow to mature and can take all of three years to mature into adulthood. Even then, they’ll never totally lose their vivacious and lovable personalities. Fortunately, Irish Setters love to please so training should be fun with these beauties. Grooming demands are only moderate as a simply brushing two to three times a week should suffice.
Why you shouldn’t consider an Irish Setter: They can take long to mature and are quick to demand lots of exercise.
Why you should consider an Irish Setter: They are good-natured at heart, they thrive on action, and their reddish coat is absolutely stunning.
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