Irish Setter Dog
The Irish Setter was bred for hunting, specifically for setting or locating and pointing upland gamebirds. They are a tireless, wide-ranging hunter, and well-suited to fields and wet or dry moorland terrain. Using their excellent sense of smell to locate the mark (or bird), the Irish Setter will then hold a pointing position, indicating the direction in which the bird lies hidden.
This Irish setter was examined due to a salivary cyst which led to an operation.
Inside explorer allows you to find and examine the cyst virtually.