English Setter
Picture of Kasey, a male English Setter

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Age: 7 Years   Sex: Male   Weight: 26-50 lbs

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Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

March 1st 2009

to be outside watching the birds and squirrels at the feeders

nails getting cut

Favorite Toy:
KC loves a stuff rabit and a duck that quacks

Favorite Food:
Iams better life chunky

Favorite Walk:
up north around the woods

Best Tricks:
Kc has just learn to give his paw in a shack.

Arrival Story:
We lost Kelly are female to her Cancer this past September. We now only have our new rescued dog, KC. We rescued KC by our home in northern Wisconsin, poor KC had been at the shelter for over three months. KC is a very gentle and sweet dog, he was about 8 months old when we got him, and I have to tell you, I have never had a setter at this age, that was so good. We love him so much. He is growing up to be a beautifull dog. We have had setters all our lifes and KC is the smallest one we have ever had. We don't know if he will be our only dog, or if we will adopted a female later. Right now KC is doing so well being the only dog in the house.

Forums Motto:
Love playing together

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Thinking of adopting...

I've Been On Dogster Since:
March 20th 2009 More than 7 years!

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April 27th 2009 8:12 pm
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Last January we adopted a little male english setter. we had just lost our male setter Cody to heart trouble at the age of 12. Our female tri-color setter Kelly who is 8 years old and has a cancerous tumor in her mouth was griving very bad. We thought we were going to loss her also. She also was adopted. I was looking at petfinder when I came across KC, they thought he was between 5 and 8 months old. When we went to see him, he looked really bad, they had not cleaned him up yet. And he was going back and forth in his cage, the women told us he had been there since September and they were worried that he was going stir crazy being locked up in his cage for so many months, this was now January. They gave him a bath and then they let us put him on a leash and take him outside to meet Kelly who was in our car. As soon as we put Kelly on her leash, she went right to him and as my husband and I walked them, they walked side by side. We adopted him that day and it was one of the best days of our life. KC is such a sweet gentle little boy, and he looks so much like Cody, even the one brown ear. Kelly and him are always together, they even sleep together on the same couch and bed. KC has brought so much joy to our lives, and Kelly is acting like a young dog again, she is eating and plays with KC all the time. We have a big fenced in yard and we will never forget the day we brought him home and let him loose in the yard, he ran and ran, with Kelly right beside him. No more cage for our KC ever again. We have had five setters in our life, and the last three have all been rescued and adopted. I hope more people will rescue dogs, they make the best dogs, I swear they know that by adopting them, we have saved their lives. My family and friends have followed our example and adopted their dogs also.

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