Gordon Setter Breeders

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  • Lignum
    Guy and Angela Palliser
    Leominster
    Herefordshire
    Current Health Tests

    Our affix is ‘Lignum’, derived from the Latin Lignum Vitae, meaning ‘tree or wood of life’. The Lignum Vitae tree is a hardwood, often being black and tan in colour and is extremely durable.

    Having both grown up with a menagerie of animals, including horses, dogs, cats, alpacas and various feathered friends, in the beautiful Herefordshire countryside, life will never be complete without a dog or two (or six) in our household ;)

    So, when we lost our beautiful Rotti, aged 13, nearly 11 years ago now, our first Gordon Setter puppy joined us, Megan, such a sweet girl, very much .... (click to read more)

  • Chartan
    Tilly Thomas
    Nr. Chelmsford
    Essex.
    Current Health Tests

    Chartan was founded by Inkersall Kirstie (Breeze) way back in 1975 and we have always strived to produce dual purpose puppies, on the way competing in obedience, agility,working trials and field trials as well as breed shows. I am proud to have bred and worked the 1st Gordon Setter bitch to have qualified CDex.
    I hope to continue to produce sound Gordons, who look good and can do the job and be a loving companion too.
    We now have a field trial awards too! Chartan Purple Patch (Hazel) was awarded a Certificate of Merit at the Scottish Field Trial Society's Novice stake 10th August 2008. .... (click to read more)

  • Whipflic
    Debra Anne Roberts
    Andover
    Hants
    Current Health Tests

    Dogs live in family home

  • Benbuie
    Miss Annemarie Warren
    Whitchurch
    Shropshire
    Current Health Tests

    Benbuie Gordon Setters are bred for their type, soundness and, most importantly, their temperament to ensure that they are 'Fit for life and fit for function'. They display the charateristic noble head with soft expression desirable in the breed.

    I have owned Gordons for over 30 years and bred them for at least 20 years and am proud to have bred a number of Show Champoins not only in England but also on the Continent.

    All breeding stock are health tested in accordance with Breed organisations and Kennel Club requirements.

    Puppies occasionally available so please telephone .... (click to read more)

  • Locksheath Gordon Setters
    Mrs Frances Bastable
    Fareham
    Hants
    Current Health Tests

    I have lived with dogs all my life, and have owned setters for over forty years. I initially owned Irish Setters, and registered the Affix I used then in 1975, and began showing. I was bitten by the bug, but I soon discovered that dog showing did not sit well with two very active young children, so I gave up the hobby until nearly fifteen years ago.
    I obtained my first Gordon Setter in 1986 and my first show dog in 1998, and my current Affix was registered in late 1999. My first litter produced the Top Puppy in Breed in 2003, and in 2007, I was delighted to make up his litter sister as my .... (click to read more)

  • Longrow
    Barry and Liz Williams
    Rye
    East Sussex
    Current Health Tests

    Longrow is an experienced kennel who have been successfully exhibiting this gorgeous breed at Championship and Open shows since 2000. All our dogs live with us in the house, are family orientated and a pleasure and delight to live with. We are breeding here for temperament and breed type as well as good looks! The dogs we breed follow very traditional lines.
    We are members of the Kennel Club Assured Breeders Scheme - all our dogs are health tested. We are happy to provide advice and support to anyone interested in this wonderful breed.

  • Laurelhach
    Frances Boxall
    Epsom Downs
    Surrey
    Current Health Tests

    I started my involvement with Setters when I had an Irish setter her breeding being mainly the famous Wendover lines. In 1979 I registered my affix, LAURELHACH and followed this with a Gordon Setter.
    I first gave CCs in the breed in 1995 and have since awarded them on several occasions including the pleasure to award them at the GSA Championship Show in 2005. In April 2006 I judged the breed at the Gordon Setter Club of NSW in Australia, Sydney and was warmly welcomed by the exhibitors who presented such sound Gordons of all ages for me to appraise. I recently judged the breed at the .... (click to read more)

  • Liric
    Mrs.Maureen Justice
    Barley
    Hertfordshire
    Current Health Tests

    My life in Gordon Setters spans over 35 years now and in this time I have had the pleasure of owning and breeding some beautiful dogs. I have been a Kennel Club Assured Breeder for many years now and I am a life member of The British Gordon Setter Club and The Gordon Setter Association and am also a member of The Gordon Setter Club of Scotland. I have had the pleasure of judging both here and abroad and on my first judging appointment in Australia I was immensely impressed with their Gordons both for quality, temperaments and type, so much so that in 1997 I imported a bitch from the .... (click to read more)

  • Graylacier
    Claire L White
    Bristol
    South Glos
    Current Health Tests

    Owning English Setters for many years, I was lucky enough to own my first Gordon Setter in 2000. since then I have bred 4 generations of Gordon's which are loved dearly and live in our family home.
    Whilst I lightly show my dogs and have had excellent results in the show ring, my dogs are first and formally family pets that like nothing better than long walks on the local beaches, moorlands and fields.

    As an accredited breeder I am pleased to say that all of my Gordon Setters have excellent temperaments with all the current up to date health tests which include :CLEAR DNA PRA eye .... (click to read more)

  • Windsinger
    Angela Cairns
    South Woodham Ferrers
    Essex
    Current Health Tests

    My family of Gordons consists of Wooster (Chartan Elijah Blue at Wingsinger), Ginny (Chartan Ginny Weasley at Windsinger) and Juno (Windsinger Laawen) all with a fantastic zest for life!

    Together we enjoy field work and regularly take part in field trials and counting.

    Ginny has her show working gundog and KC gundog working certificates.

    We show lightly and all dogs are regular Crufts qualifiers.

    We love to take part in fun activities like agility, dog camps and long walks.

    I enjoy serving as a committee member for the British Gordon Setter Club and am .... (click to read more)

  • Glendudmoor
    Mr I and Mrs Eaf and Miss S Robson
    Martock
    Somerset
    Current Health Tests

    We currently own five lovely Gordon's, Durgan, Reiver and Stanley, and from our latest litter we have two new members of the family - Praze and Gollant. All five will be in the show ring in 2014. For more detailed information please take a look at our website glendudmoorgordonsetters.com

  • Lockama
    Gordon & Kay Ross
    York
    North Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

    We have owned Gordon Setters since 1994 but our connection with these beautiful dogs goes back to the 1960's.

    Our current bitch, Freyja, is inquisitive, exuberant and has a lovely temperament. She is from the well-known Lochfain kennel and is registered as Lochfain Northern Desire.

    We are members of the Gordon Setter Association.

  • Billingham
    Louise Glaysher
    Guildford
    Surrey
    Current Health Tests

    I have been showing dogs now for an incredible 35 years - starting off when I was a teenager with Irish Setters. I fell in love with the black and tans at Crufts in 1986 and my first one 'Annie' came to live with me in 1989.

  • Cottonstones
    Mrs Chris Brandon-Lodge
    Shrewsbury
    Shropshire
    Current Health Tests

    Cottonstones is the affix of Chris Brandon-Lodge, a Kennel Club Assured Breeder. We are a small private kennel producing one or two litters a
    year of English Springer spaniels or Gordon setters. Our dogs of both breeds are particularly known for their
    consistently good temperament.

    The Springers are carefully bred from show cross working lines going back eight generations.

  • Flaxheath
    Ms. V.L. Lines.
    Shepton Mallet
    Somerset
    Current Health Tests

    Flaxheath Gordon Setters

    (est 1972)

    I have had Gordon Setters for over 35 years but only bred 11 litters as I only breed when I want one for myself. All my dogs are house dogs and much loved pets

  • Birchgarth
    Sue Griffiths
    Halifax
    West Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

    I have owned and shown Gordon setters since 1999 and have bred three litters, which have produced show champion Birchgarth Fools Gold with Lourdace (who is the mother of the top winning Gordon setter of 2014 & 15 Sh Ch Lourdace Fulcrum) also International Champion Birchgarth Foolish Moment and two other puppies gained their stud book numbers. My dogs are firstly pets and occasionally shown. I am hoping to breed a litter in 2016 from Flair (Lourdace Flair for Birchgarth) who is litter sister to Lourdace Fulcrum.

  • Marshmoor
    Gloria & Phil Brown
    Shaftesbury
    Dorset
    Current Health Tests

    MARSHMOOR GORDON SETTERS (EST 1989)

    We are a small kennel that has successfully bred and shown under the Marshmoor affix. Our homebred Sh Ch Marshmoor Macdona who has now retired did us proud by gaining 3 CC's (2 with BOB) and 3 RCC's (1 at Crufts 2010) and lastly gaining 1st Veteran Bitch at Crufts 2012.

    At present we have 4 generations living peacefully in our home. All our litters are raised with the utmost care and attention.

    Our main aim has always been to breed Gordons of excellent temperament, type and confirmation.

    We are members of The British Gordon .... (click to read more)

  • Sleddalebeck
    Chris & Jean Edwards
    Whitby
    North Yorkshire
    Current Health Tests

  • Kilnrae
    Mrs Karen Marsh
    Guildford
    Surrey
    Current Health Tests

    Kilnrae gordon setters and german shorthaired pointers now based in surrey

  • Amscot
    Jean Collins-Pitman
    Salisbury
    Wilts
    Current Health Tests

    Amscot Kennels is one of only a handful of true dual purpose kennels in the UK, meaning the Gordons are capable of working on a grouse moor or on partridge / pheasant at the highest level, being shown at Championship level in a show ring and making excellent pets. Many owners have come back to replace their beloved Gordon when it passes on. That is the highest recommendation I could have.

    I bought my first Gordon in 1983 and now have my 8th generation direct line descendants to that original Gordon.

    I have bred, owned and campaigned the first Dual Champion Setter in UK history. .... (click to read more)

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