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English Setter Collie Breed Information

English Setter Collie

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR

Living with a English Setter Collie

Family Dog: The English Setter Collie is a lovely family pet. They are protective but not agressive. They are very good with children although they are not very aware of their size and tend to knock small children over. They are fine with other animals if introduced to them at an early age. They love other dogs.

Training: The English Setter Collies is relatively easy to train as they aim to please.

Exercise: The English Setter Collies is a very active dog that needs plenty of exercise.

English Setter Collie Appearance

Appearance: The English Setter Collie is a large dog with a very long body and tail. The head is slightly smaller and the ears slightly shorter than a purebred English Setter's.

Companionship: The English Setter Collie is a people dog that does not do well when left alone for long periods of time.

Color: The color of the English Setter Collie's coat can come in Tri-colour (a white base with black and liver spots) or white with either black or liver spots.

Coat: The coat of the English Setter Collie is medium in length.

English Setter Collie Facts

Characteristics: English Setter Collies are obsessive mouthers and if are not licking or carrying something the can be prone to chewing.

* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.

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