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    Irish Red and White Setter

    History & Overview There are two breeds of Irish Setters, the Irish Red Setter and the Irish Red...

    Irish Setter (Red Setter)

    History & Overview Irish Setters were developed in Ireland in the 18th century as a net and falcon...

    Gordon Setter

    History & Overview The Gordon Setter, once known as Black and Tan Setter or Scottish Setter, dates from...

    English Setter

    History & Overview The English Setter is one of the oldest breeds of gundogs that were used as...

    Color Dilution Alopecia

    Overview Color dilution alopecia is a relatively uncommon hereditary skin disease seen in dogs with blue or fawn...

    Hypoglycemia

    What Is Hypoglycemia? Hypoglycemia is a sudden fall in the concentration of glucose in the blood below normal...

    English Cocker Spaniel

    Overview The English Cocker Spaniel is a breed of flushing dogs used for hunting small game. Cockers quarter...

    Watchdogs

    Overview With a few exceptions, any breed, large or small, can be trained as a watchdog dog, even...

    American Kennel Club: History, Membership and Events

    The AKC is the largest purebred dog registry in existence in the United States. This organization maintains the standards and registries of...

    Dog/ Canine Terminology

    A Almond eye - Almond-shaped eye rim. Angulation - The angle formed by joints; particularly...

    25 Dogs Breeds That Are Good With Children

    Overview We urge you to think hard before you bring that cute, cuddly puppy home only to find...

    Weimaraner

    History & Overview The Weimaraner was created during the 1800s by nobles of the German royal court at...