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.
Data By Blå Stjärnan Animal Hospital in Göteborg, Sweden
Name Irish Setter Dog