Setter-Cross Puppies For Adoption
Below you’ll find the Setter-Cross puppies we currently have available, as well as information about upcoming litters. If you have any questions, please Contact Us.
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*All of our Setter-Cross Puppies come with the following:
■ Vaccinated & Wormed
■ 1-Year Genetic Health Warranty
Reserve your puppy by making your non-refundable* $400 deposit with the Paypal button below the puppy of your choice. After that, we will contact you to schedule your pick up date and time (remaining balance due with KY tax when you pick up). Please call or email with any questions!
*Substitutions and exceptions at the discretion of the breeder.
Please read our Puppy Agreement before placing a deposit on one of our puppies.
Available Setter-Cross Puppies
Suzie and Rusty’s Setter-Cross Puppies
Noses to ground, like a hound; what a deal, but just a steal! These are pups who could hunt or point or chase, don’t miss out on such a good price!
Ready to come home: 11/6/19
Ramen (Rahmie) – RESERVED
Rocky Road (Roc) – RESERVED
Rhubarb (Ruby) – RESERVED
Raisin – RESERVED
Ravioli (Ravi) – RESERVED
Rye – RESERVED
About our Setter-Cross Puppies
Crossing the two most loved setter breeds is an innovative and exciting way to showcase the best of each of these two breeds.
We hope that you will love these sweet babies as much as we do! You are getting a loveable, duty bound, family oriented and loyal new family member when you take one of these lovelies home.
A Little History
Bred for hunting, the Irish setter loves to run and needs considerable exercise. Irish setters are good-sized dogs, ranging from 25 to 27 inches in height and 60 to 70 pounds in weight. Irish Setters can be independent, but they tend to form strong bonds with family members. They are protective of their family and make good watchdogs. The Irish Setter is an outgoing and joyful family member and prefers not to be left at home alone.
Considered an alert dog and a protector of the family, the English setter is quite friendly, gentle and mild-mannered, but needs regular interaction with people and brisk daily walks. The English setter is one of the oldest gun dog breeds, with a history that traces back to the 14th century.English Setters are energetic, people-oriented dogs, that are well suited to families who can give them attention and activity, or to working with a hunter, where they have a job to do.
English Setter or Irish Setter, what’s the difference in the two …
Irish Setter origins They hail from Ireland and were developed by using older breeds of spaniels, Scottish Setters as well as other varieties of spaniels. The goal was to breed a hunting dog with exceptional scenting abilities and the dogs we see today are very much the same as the setters that existed back in the day.