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The Buzz About Irish Setters, plus a Legislative Update

The Irish Setter is a Sporting dog of distinction, noted for its striking good looks and remarkable nose for fieldwork. An Emerald Isle original, the “Red Setter” is renowned the world over for its high style and over-the-top personality. Find out some of the characteristics that separate this aristocratic bird dog from its Irish, Scottish and English cousins.

Senior Editor Christi McDonald’s latest legislative update looks at breed-specific legislation under consideration in Tennessee and West Virginia. “Pit bulls, wolf-hybrids and wolf-mixed breeds” are at the center of much of the current and proposed restrictions in many American communities. Find out about bills being proposed in Connecticut and New York, and learn how you can contact legislators in these U.S. states.

Many of this year’s top show dogs are featured in their own beautiful mini-websites on Best In Show Daily. Simply click on a banner ad to see the dog’s up-to-date show history, plus a slide show of photos that reveals exactly why it’s a top dog.

Dan Sayers
Editor in Chief
Breeder Buzzwords – The Irish Setter
By Dan Sayers

The first litter of puppies I ever saw was born in the first floor living room of a neighbor’s house in the mid 1970s. Every other kid in the neighborhood wanted to see the puppies, and when they were old enough to accept visitors, I made sure that I secured an invitation to meet those little redheads. The puppies, all twelve of them, were Irish Setters. more
 

Legislative Updates: Increased Activity on Legislative Fronts
By Christi McDonald

A March 26, 2013, meeting at the city of Bluefield, W.V., resulted in standing room only at city hall, as residents showed up to protest additions to breed-specific legislation that was enacted in 2008. Discussion of the 5-year-old law was prompted when the city’s animal control officer was allegedly attacked on March 6 by a dog that “broke loose from its chain in the owner’s backyard.” The officer was attempting to help the owner confine a second dog, which had reportedly been running lose in the neighborhood. more
 

 
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