It is extremely significant for the owner to groom the hair of an Irish Setter every day. The owner perseveres in combing hair with a comb every day to prevent knotting and also to prevent depilation. If the owner finds the hair knotted, don’t grab the Irish Setter’s hair, but instead comb it out a bit by bit with a pin. When the owner has made sure the knots are cleared, rinse the Irish Setter’s body with warm, clean water through the hair, massage it with a comb, rinse it again, and drain it with a large towel.
As Irish Setter breeders, we have to adapt to the different needs of their development through healthy feeding. When puppies reach 1 week of age, they are fed 3 times a day until 6 months of age, and then reduced to 2 meals a day to 9 months of age, after which they can be fed one or two meals a day depending on the individual or the environment. When feeding the puppy, but the food, the dog to the food, keep quiet, let the dog eat, 20 to 30 minutes after the food plate and residual food away, residual food can be stored in the refrigerator, the next meal (heating, feeding).
Irish setters come home relatively weak because they are not familiar with a new environment, so they tend to be too nervous to eat. Irish setters are mild, but it takes time for them to establish a close relationship with their owners, so in the process, we can judge their health based on what they eat. Of course, more importantly, like other dogs, be sure to order their meals regularly and in a fixed amount. Scientific food arrangement is crucial, and adequate food is very easy for dogs to tame. But if there is not enough food, it often causes the Cedars to become very anxious.
For the training of the Irish Setters in no hurry to at that time, because of the moderate personality condemned them not destructive, but if you just put them as the ordinary family dog breeding, the basic rules of life, such as "eat, drink, pull, and sleep" these or training, the training methods are simple, and other pet training methods described above, the simplest is to use food bait, did the right thing is to give them food reward, over time they will form a habit; If as a hunting breed, the training is a long process, but also better training, because the Irish setters hunting instinct is, for their training methods can consult to the experienced people, also can search some video on the Internet teaching, it is important to note that in the process of training should not beat and scold the dog, because this will reduce their sense of trust to the host.
TheIrish Setter has a perfect torso and long hair on the ears, tail, and chest, but it was originally a very standard breed because it was so sweet and simple and easy to breed. As a result, many families began to take this kind of dog as a pet, which is not only very suitable for partner rights but also very clingy. After we come back home, we will feel a strong sense of need, which is also very helpful for modern people's physical and mental health. So in the course of feeding, it's important to know that they need to be conditioned during their development according to their age. The owner must give them a reasonable amount of food, this amount as a rough standard, after the three to four months and six to eight months or so of food. Many owners may not know how they should be fed, so during this process, we must observe the way they eat, because Irish cedars have a gentlemanly manner, so they are very elegant and gentle in the process of eating.