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Alan Pryor

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Volunteering to help any way I can


Great website, user friendly and of course beautiful animals. I lost my last setter a few years ago when she was 14. We went through major surgery and follow up chemotherapy, which gave Dixie two extra happy, healthy years of life in retirement after collapsing from a hemangiosarcoma. First vet said she had 3 months, but with the right understanding and specialist, the children learned a valuable lesson in responsibility, and got two more years with a loving dog they had always known. Keep up the good work, contact me and let me help any way I can.

Lorraine Grant

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Re: Welcome to ACES


Hi. I have been glued to your web-site since I found it. I have just lost my beautiful English Setter on Thanksgiving day. She was one of the loves of my life. She was 17 years old. When my heart has healed some I hope to contact you about adopting one of these beautiful dogs. Keep up the good work!

heather Franklin

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thank you


I just found your page and looked at all you do for this wonderful breed and wanted to say thank you and tell you about the love of my life.
I have a 2 year old English setter named sunny, writer and black, she is a field setter with slot of energy and a passion for birds. She is my world she's my baby girl and I love her she's sweet gental and the most affectionate girl ever.

Barbara C Renshaw

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Looking for English Setter Rescue


I raised English Setters in the 90's and have always missed my Moon Doggie. They are a wonderful breed for families. I will keep an eye on what you have available.
I live in Oregon, how do you screen for possible homes. I have been doing rescue for the past couple of years and would like to find my Jack Russell Shortie a playmate. If there are any rescue setters in need of a home in Oregon I would love to help. I am a stay at home Single Women that spend 24/7 loving, playing and exercising my dog daily, what else gives you this much love and keeps you young?

TScotRhys

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Re: Welcome to ACES


This is great, good work, people. I do feel that the Great Spirit is pleased.

Nancy Keyser

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Millie (aka Kara)


In 2005 we adopted Millie (aka Kara) and Jet from ACES. They have been wonderful companions. At approximately 11 years of age, Ms. Millie has earned her certification as a Therapy DoG. She is such a pleasure to watch as she moves her way through the "crowd" that she draws. Mr. Jet (7 yrs old)will earn his certificate soon and will also be trained as a cancer sniffing doG. They have brought so much love to our home.

Bud Courtney

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CARLEY SUE AND LADY LOU (MISSEY)


WE WELCOMED CARLEY SUE INTO OUR HOME 3/2001 AT 15 MONTHS AND LADY LOU (MISSEY) 7/2001 AT 6 MONTHS. WHAT JOY THEY HAVE BROUGHT TO OUR HOME AND LIVES. THEY ARE DOING FINE AND SLOWING DOWN, AS WE ALL GET OLDER. SINCE 2001 WE NO LONGER WORRY ABOUT SQUIRRELS, BIRDS, AND RABBITS IN OUR YARD. IF ANYONE IS LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL FRIEND, LOOK NO FURTHER THEN AN ENGLISH SETTER. THANK YOU ACES FOR ALL YOU DO. THE COURTNEY FAMILY

Kathy Cirksena

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In Memory of Gordon-the-English-Setter


Just got a note from ACES that my friend Janice made a donation as a memorial to Gordon. Though he wasn't an ACES rescue, Gordon was the light of my life and my first setter. Having Gordon brought me into contact with ACES and other wonderful 'setter people'. WHen it's time I'll be looking for another wonderful ES to adopt. Here's what I wrote on the day after I let him go: "Gordon passed peacefully from this realm last night, Friday July 29, being old, ill and in pain and deserving of a gentle good-night. He came to me almost exactly 12 years ago--one internet match-up that worked--a skinny pup with a big grin. He loved birds, bananas, and riding in the car. Strangers often came up and asked what kind of dog was this handsome carefree friendly guy. He gave much more than he required and he will be missed."

Karen and Ray Owens

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The rainbow bridge


I just posted a comment about losing our 2 setters that we rescued from Aces and what did give me some solace as I sobbed my way out of the vets office is the technician said to me....You know, its the final gift that we can give them is to gently ease them out of this life into the next. So ladies and gents...remember its a final gift of our hearts in return for them giving us their hearts all their lives!

Karen and Ray Owens

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Our setters


In 2004, we rescued 2 English Setters, Laddie and Prince. We had only planned on getting one but they were brothers and were curled up together on a chair sleeping so who were we to separate them-so we didn't. They adapted to us, our welsh corgi and our Macaw. I know that they were bird dogs but the Macaw ruled the roost. They lived happily ever after on our 10 acres enjoying the outdoors.

In February 2010, we put Prince to sleep secondary to a hemangioma that had ruptured (thankfully he didn't suffer at all) and so we thought Laddie was going to be very lonely. To our surprise, he readily adapted to being an "only child" and we proceeded to spoil him like we have never spoiled any of our dogs and he relished it! Sadly, we just put him to sleep because of a severe neurological disorder that there was no cure for.

You guys do great work and English Setters have such a great temperament. We enjoyed them tremendously and perhaps we will rescue one again soon.

Thanks for a lifetime of memories.

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