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I live with 3 Gordons: CH. Highland's BA Trend Setter {Bibi (13 1/2)}; Mex/AM CH. Huntmoor Coffey T or Brie, CD, JH, CGC {Brianna (7)}; and CH. Huntmoor E Quail to None, CD, JH {Connor (6)} My Gordons have excelled in the past by capturing Field Championship and Amateur championship, Hunting test titles with legs in the Master Hunter, Obedience CDX and CD's, and many Group placements including Group I. My Connor earned his AKC Championship with a Specialty 5 pt. major at 6 months one week and another 5 pt and 3 pt major shortly thereafter to finish at 8 months 3 days. All of these titles were with Gordons who were owner handled and trained. My Merlin (FC/AFC Highlands Lucky NA Wizard) has been dignified as a Gordon Setter Club top producer even though he only sired two litters.

Gordons make wonderful pets and are gentle with children, after they grow out of the bouncing puppy syndrome. I breed dual or triple-purpose Gordons who account for themselves in many disciplines. I believe that Gordons were bred to hunt obediently for their master aand to be a beautiful dog and thus my Show dogs must hunt and my hunting dogs must show. My dogs are house dogs, as Gordons do not do well as kennel dogs. My litters are raised right in the middle of the living room with plenty of socialization from kids, cats, dogs, guniea pigs, television, radio and the vacuum cleaner. Before a pup leaves my house they are independently evaluated by AKC judges and other experts to determine the right puppy for you.

Every Gordon I breed or breed to must have the following 5 characteristics or I can not consider the breeding no matter how pretty a Gordon is:
1. Health and Longetivity
2. Mental and Physical soundness
3. Temperment
4. Hunting
5. Intelligence

Of course,I breed Show and Field Champs so I expect them to excel in those disciplines, but my framework is the five priorites listed above. If I can be of further assistance; please write to Thanks. --Susan Coffey