The Irish Red and White Setter is a breed of dog, more specifically a setter. It is virtually identical in use and temperament to the related Irish Setter, but is more often found as a working gun dog. The coat is long and silky, mostly white, with deep-red patches. The dogs range in height from 22.5 to 24 inches for females and 24 to 26 inches for males, and weigh 50 to 70 lb . The Irish Red and White Setter is a pointing bird dog which originated in the 17th century in Ireland, where they were particularly associated with the Rossmore family. They can take longer to train than other gun...
|Breed Group:||Miscellaneous Class|
|Place of Origin:||Ireland|
|Also Known As:||Irish R&W Setter, IRWS, Parti-Colored Setter|