For those wishing to find details of where English Setters puppies are available please contact any of the names listed in the table below. We would also welcome you to join the English Setter Association and details are on this website or click here.
For Breeders wishing to use this service, full details for sending information for inclusion are on the 'Notice Board' page under the heading 'New Puppy Register'. It is not possible to submit directly onto the website.
The Association also has a puppy co-ordinator who acts on our behalf. Contact Julie Weller, email Juldeane@hotmail.com or telephone 01440788180
This puppy register has been compiled as a service which is freely available only to members of the English Setter Association to advertise puppies bred by them and abide with the Association's Code of Ethics. Breeders wishing to advertise will find all applicable information on the 'Notice Board' page. Full details of the Code of Ethics are listed on this website or click here
The Code of Ethics includes that all relevant Kennel Club registration documents, written details of all dietary requirements for the puppy, at least a three generation pedigree of the puppy including KC/BVA hip scores of both parents, confirmation that worming has been carried out and when the next worming is due are given to the new owner. Many breeders are also members of the Kennel Club's Assured Breeders Scheme.
|Name/Affix & location||Tel. or Mob.||Email address||Quantity, Sex & Colour||Date of Birth|
|Mrs Eva Ekestern and
Mr Henrik Gabrielsson (Teasmade), Uppsala, Sweden
|7 boys, 2 girls, colour not yet determined
Sire: Nattaset Arctic Monkey (blue belton)
Dam: Vanquish Never The Less (blue belton)
|Mrs Sharon Littlechild (Ravensett)
Nr Burton on Trent
|Tel: 01283 533086||Sharon@ravensett.co.uk||1 Orange belton bitch puppy available. She is 6½ weeks old, will have her 1st vaccination and is microchipped.||23/12/18|
The Kennel Club Assured Breeder Scheme promotes good breeding practice and aims to work together with breeders and buyers to force irresponsible breeders, or puppy farmers, out of business. Breeders nationwide are joining the Assured Breeder Scheme to demonstrate their commitment to responsible breeding. There are set requirements that Assured Breeders must agree to follow, which encourage the breeding of healthy, and well-adjusted puppies. Further details of this scheme are available on the Kennel Club website.
Disclaimer: The English Setter Association by offering the details of the whereabouts of puppies does not in any way offer a guarantee as to the soundness and health of any puppy and do not accept responsibility arising from subsequent sales.