The Irish red and white Setter dog breed hardly got away elimination when most of the breeders started concentrated on the all red varieties. Now he is well-known as a separate dog breed from his Irish Setter cousins.
Dog Breed Group: Sporting Dogs
Height: 1 foot, 10 inches to 2 feet, 2 inches tall at the shoulder
Weight: 50 to 70 pounds
Life Span: 10 to 14 years
The Irish Setters was first found in red and white or red, but finally, breeders started to concentrate on the just red varieties, and the red and white setter more or less perished. However, he was saved from disappearance, and now he is well-known as a separate dog breed from his Irish Setter cousins.
He likes to take his own time in learning duties as a gun-dog. But he finally becomes a powerful, reliable and loyal hunter. He shows a pretty strong enthusiasm for life and becomes a great friend for kids who have got enough height to stand up to his energetic play. Let him run in the wider area at home, and remain prepared to provide him training with consistency and patience.
The Irish red and white Setter Size
Males: Stand 24 to 26 inches at the shoulder
Females: 22. 5 to 24 inches
Weight: Between 50 to 70 pounds