Foster Homes are always welcomed!

Although there is never a shortage of dogs that need help, the current economic situation has made it especially hard for rescues to keep up with the demand of services. All Setter Rescue is no exception - we always have dogs that need saving and short on foster homes to place them in temporarily, before permanent homes are found.

Would you like to provide a temporary safe haven for a Setter?

Fostering is not a lifetime commitment (unless you decide to make it one), it simply provides a temporary home for a 4-legged friend, helps us evaluate each dog individually for successful permanent placement and provides a second chance for these animals. Sometimes it can be challenging, but always a very rewarding experience.

Please contact Chris at AllSetterRescue@aol.com to obtain a foster application and more information.

We also always welcome volunteers to help with adoption events, home checks, transportation, etc.


LINKS of INTEREST

SAVE A SETTER

HERE IS A LISTING of SETTERS NEEDING HOMES. Their INFORMATION and BIOS that we have are LISTED BELOW THEIR PHOTOS. Info updates always available.


When inquiring, contact either BOB or CHRIS. Their contact information is listed to the left of the page.


MORGAN - Field bred English

MORGAN - Field bred English

MORGAN - Colorado

YEAH! MORGAN HAS A WONDERFUL FUREVER HOME!

Morgan was on death row with only 1 day to go, simply because he’s 8 years old. This super sweet, field bred, English Setter male has eyes that you could get lost in! He’s neutered, current on shots, and ready to start the next phase of his life. This gentle, laid back gentleman is very companionable, aims to please, loves to cuddle and would love to accompany you on walks.







SOPHIE - Field bred Irish

SOPHIE - Field bred Irish

SOPHIE - Colorado

Sophie has a need for speed! This active 5 year old, female keeps her girlish 40-ish pound figure by chasing moths, birds, and anything else that wants to play. She’s great with other dogs, housebroken, energetic and loves to run outside. She’s companionable, very birdie, and responds well to voice commands. She came to All Setter Rescue as a survivor of the economy. When she developed a mammory gland tumor, her owners drew the line and surrendered her to a shelter. Her tumor has been removed now and she has received a fantastic prognosis for the future so she’s ready to start the next phase of her life! An active family is her heart’s desire and a fenced yard will be a must for this amazing little girl.

PAISLEY - FIeld bred English

PAISLEY - FIeld bred English

PAISLEY - Colorado

Paisley is a female pup close to 8 to 12 months old. She is field bred and intact for now. Right now she is beginning to feather out and she has lovely conformation. She does well with all the other rescues. A pretty girl with a pretty name. She would love to be your forever dog and she is looking for that home of her own.







MILO - Field bred English

MILO - Field bred English

MILO - Colorado

Milo is the free-spirited type. This active, neutered Orange Belton male is appx. 7 years old and 60 pounds. He loves to snuggle and have his tummy rubbed, does well with other dogs and cats captivate his attention. He's a very good boy, house-trained and well behaved but has a taste for adventure. He would do best in an active, yet controlled adult home as he is a fence-climber and very accomplished escape artist.

FRIDAY - Field bred English

FRIDAY - Field bred English

FRIDAY - Colorado

Friday is a tri-colored, Field bred, English setter male. He’s appx. 45 pounds, neutered and current on vaccinations. At just two years old, he’s a busy boy with plenty of puppy energy to spare. He likes kids, is great with other dogs and the first time he met kitties, he was intrigued enough to set them for an hour! Then he asked them to come out and play, but since they weren’t allowed, the jury is still out on what he’d do with them up close and personal.
He’s jovial, fun loving and LOVES lap-time once he’s worn out enough to slow down. He’s not afraid to ask for what he wants, is very intelligent and working hard on commands, but distractions sometimes get the better of him. He’s a great, fun-loving dog with fantastic potential for a family that’s willing to work with him!

MEAGHAN - Field bred English Setter - COLORADO

MEAGHAN - Field bred English Setter - COLORADO

MEAGHAN - Colorado

Meaghan is a Field bred English Setter about 8 or 9 years old. She is intact. She's been a kennel dog, brood bitch, and will need some work on leads, etc. Seems to be housebroken, but not sure. She is crate-trained. When outside, she does actively look for birds, etc., so may have been hunted with. She gets along with other dogs but is a bit stand offish and acts like an old dam that tries to discipline puppies. Do not know how she would be around small children and would suggest that be approached with care. She's rather independant.

BENTLEY - Field Bred Engish Setter - Colorado

BENTLEY - Field Bred Engish Setter - Colorado

Bentley - Colorado

Bentley is a playful pup that is still growing into his legs! He’s a Blue Belton English Setter, neutered male, appx. 7 months old and 30-ish pounds. Before he arrived at All Setter Rescue, he had no idea that life could be so much fun and there was so much to see and do. He’s learning quickly about playmates, joy and that food is available for the asking (he was pretty skinny when he arrived). He’s fun, curious and full of puppy energy. He’ll require lots of exercise and a fenced yard to run off steam in. Lots of snuggles, love and a 4-legged partner in crime - oops - did I say that? I meant he'd love a partner for fun. Those are his greatest wishes.

SUCCESS STORY

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Steve and Dakota

Steve and Dakota

Dakota

A note to ASR:



Just thought I would touch base and give an update on Dakota. She seems to be adjusting well to her new surroundings. We have learned to put things (food) on the counter away so as not to temp her to counter surf. Two weeks ago she spent a long weekend at Lake MacCounagha as her and I had a weekend camping trip. Needless to say she ran the beach for days and when she wasn’t running she was pointing butterflies. This Sunday (today) we ran in another Colorado Gun Dog Club field trial and she placed 3rd in Novice and we are still working on her retrieve. She and the cat still have an understanding and we have not gotten any kittens yet so we’ll see how that goes. I have taught her the “heel” command and she does it well (at times). That’s all for now I’ll keep you posted on her progress.

Steve











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