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Irish setter
Characteristics
Scientific Name:
Canis familiaris
Family Name:
Canidae
Size:
24-28 inches
Weight:
55-75 lbs.
Color:
chestnut to mahogany, sometimes with splashes of white on the chest and feet.
Life Span:
about 11-15 years
 
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Irish setter

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Irish setter Description
  The Irish Setter has a profusely feathered silky coat that is long and silky except for the head, where it is short and fine. Even the feet are well covered with hair. Its ears are triangular, thin, and soft to the touch and are set low. Its legs are long and muscular. It is slightly longer than tall. The muzzle is equal to half of the length of the head. Its eyes are chestnut or dark hazel. It carries its tail horizontally and is fringed.  
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