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Price : $ 300 (Negotiable)
Type : For sale
Date : 16 May, 2023
Ad Reference ID : 10001
Age : puppy
Sex : female

6 beautiful Gordon Setter puppies ready for new home Jan 6 2023. Excellent pedigree's. I own both Sire and Dame. No taking deposits.

Gordon Setters - Dog Breeds - American Kennel Club

The Gordon Setter is a popular dog breed recognized by the American Kennel Club (AKC). Here's some information about Gordon Setters:

  • Appearance: Gordon Setters are large, sturdy dogs with a strong, muscular build. They have a distinctive black, wavy or straight coat with tan markings on the chest, legs, and face. Their feathered tail is typically carried level with the back.

  • Size: Adult Gordon Setters typically stand between 23 and 27 inches (58-69 cm) at the shoulder and weigh between 45 and 80 pounds (20-36 kg). Males are generally larger and heavier than females.

  • Temperament: Gordon Setters are known for their loyalty, intelligence, and affectionate nature. They are generally good with children and can make excellent family pets. They are also typically friendly towards strangers, but their protective instincts may make them wary of unfamiliar people or situations.

  • Exercise and Training: Being an active breed, Gordon Setters require regular exercise to keep them mentally and physically stimulated. Daily walks, play sessions, and opportunities for off-leash running in a secure area are important for their well-being. They are intelligent and respond well to positive reinforcement training methods.

  • Grooming: Gordon Setters have a medium-length, dense coat that requires regular brushing to prevent matting. They are moderate shedders and may need more frequent brushing during shedding seasons. Regular ear cleaning, nail trimming, and dental care are also important parts of their grooming routine.

  • Health: Like all dog breeds, Gordon Setters are prone to certain health conditions, including hip dysplasia, hypothyroidism, bloat, and certain eye issues. Responsible breeders perform health screenings on their breeding dogs to minimize the risk of passing on hereditary diseases.

  • History: Gordon Setters, also known as "Black and Tan Setters," originated in Scotland and were originally bred as hunting dogs. They were named after the Duke of Gordon, who played a significant role in developing the breed. Gordon Setters are highly skilled at locating game birds and have a keen sense of smell.

Remember that owning any dog breed requires commitment, responsible ownership, and meeting their specific needs. If you're considering adding a Gordon Setter to your family, it's important to research further, consult reputable breeders or rescue organizations, and ensure that the breed's characteristics align with your lifestyle and preferences.


Name: kunal

Registered: 25 04, 2023

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