The People Behind the Pooches

cropped-36483891_10155591016453587_4557413170997624832_nIt’s not often we’re in front of the camera. Winston and Ivy Jane are too busy running this show for there to be time for that.

I’m Emily, and this is my husband Nathan. In front of us are Miss Ivy Jane and Sir Winston, our two English Setters. We live in a small rural town in western Kentucky and live every day to make sure these two tails continue to wag.

If you ran into us at the dog park, on a hiking trail, or on the street walking the pups, the conversation would be about them and not us. And that’s how I like it! I feel safe when I’m with them and my husband.

I hope this blog is a welcome, open space you can come to gush about your dog, relate to other dog moms and pop pops, and learn something new to benefit you and your pup. Please feel free to reach out. I would love to hear from you!

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One thought on “The People Behind the Pooches

  1. Hello Emily, I happened to come upon your blog searching for Setter stories. About a year and a half ago my wife and I came very close to getting an English Setter. Having had two Gordons we were convinced that we wanted another of the setters but figured that an Irish would be a little too much boisterous dog for us. I was leaning towards an English since they can tend to be a little smaller than the Gordon and a little more mellow. In the end my wife said she wanted another Gordon and I guess in my heart I wanted another Gordon as well. And so we got our Lexi who has brought a lot of joy and a whole lot of craziness to our home.
    I look forward to reading more of your English Setter stories.

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