Sorry but your setter WILL be backing my pointer 9 timeout of 10. I've have had brits, GSP's, setters and pointers. GSP's come closest to pointers and if they ranged more they would be pointers. I like all dogs that work. Pointers are top of ALL pointing dogs in true hunt and point. Take 1000 of all pointing breeds and line them up. setter pointer difference Sep 23, 2007 On a general level, the hunting action of pointers and setters is very much alike. They do not sit their game though. They point it, very much different than sitting. Most would agree that the pointers are the premier athlete of the pointing dog breeds. The setters are not far behind. Setters have long coats. Pointers have a short coat.
May 22, 2009 Answers. They are used to point or set hence the name Setter, the clue is in the name. The working setter is slightly smaller than the show setter. The English Pointer is an entirely different dog, but a pointer none the less. They have a short coat setter pointer difference
For me, the difference between the best pointers and the best setters I have seen is first and foremost in the manner in which they hunt. The best of the pointers I have seen don't run into a field They ASSAULT it after the manner of a Marine expeditionary force hitting a beach. As nouns the difference between pointer and setter is that pointer is anything that points or is used for pointing while setter is one who sets something, especially a typesetter. As a verb setter is to cut the dewlap (of a cow or ox), and insert a seton, so as to cause an issue. Dec 11, 2007 Bear Creek. Setters are good dogs, they tend to be more personable as a general rule but they also tend to take longer to mature. Nothing wrong with that but its what I have seen in the field. Dogwhistle: your are correct about the Elhew dogs they are by far the most personable of the pointers. setter pointer difference How can the answer be improved? 12 hours ago, Ray Gubernat said: The bottom line is that folks buy setters for lots of reasons and breed setters for lots of reasons. Soooo, a fair number of setters get bred that do Well, the pointer is a type of variables that stores an address in the Memory. the reference is the address itself of a variable. For me, the difference between the best pointers and the best setters I have seen is first and foremost in the manner in which they hunt. The best of the pointers I have seen don't run into a field They ASSAULT it after the manner of a Marine expeditionary force hitting a beach.