Who We Are
The Badgerland Gordon Setter Club was originally formed in 1978 to promote the breed in Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. We provide a variety of educational and fun activities for the Gordon fancier through our affiliation with the Gordon Setter Club of America, Inc. (our parent club) and surrounding regional clubs. So whether you enjoy showing your dog in conformation events, obedience training, hunting, agility training or just have an interest in Gordon Setters, please join us.
About Gordon Setters
The Gordon Setter was originally bred in Scotland for upland bird hunting. Gordon Setters are a pointing breed and are generally known for being a close working personal hunting dog. Gordons have a distinctive and elegant look with their long, flowing black and tan coat. The breed is known for its good temperament and intelligent manner. They can also be quite sensitive to their owners’ feelings. They can be a good loving family pet and enjoy the outdoors. A Gordon Setter is happiest when given regular exercise, room to run, and a good old couch to share.
Please check this spot for updates, premiums, and information related to upcoming Badgerland Events.
The Fun Field Day is tentatively scheduled for April 6, 2013.
The AKC Hunt Test hosted by GSCA through the Badgerland Gord0n Setter Club is planned for April 27-28, 2013.
The Gordon Setter Web Ring
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This website was last updated on Monday, April 01, 2013