Central Indiana Kennel Club
English Setters are elegant but substantial gundogs known for their beauty and agreeable temperament. The word “belton,” unique to this breed, describes the speckled patterns of the coat, which comes in colors that sound good enough to eat: liver, lemon, and orange among them. Beneath the showy coat is a well-balanced hunter standing about 25 inches at the shoulder. The graceful neck carries a long, oval-shaped head proudly, and the dark brown eyes convey a soft expression that reflects the breed’s sweet soul.
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