Recently Rescued
Courtesy Posts
Courtesy Posts: These dogs are not in the care of A Better English Setter Rescue
(ABESR), but we are trying to assist in their placement by giving them additional
exposure. They may be with other Rescues, in non-ABESR foster homes or are being
relinquished by their owners.  They are not the responsibility of ABESR; fees, terms
and adoption agreements may differ from ABESR.
Available Dogs
If you can find a spot in your home
and are interested in fostering contact,

Andrea Henkle at ahenkle@yahoo.com
Adoption Pending
Foster-to-Adopt
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Judy
Female, 5-7 years
Autumn
Female, 9 years
Female, 9 months
Callie II
Foster-to-Adopt:  The following Setters are in Foster Homes that will adopt them once they have been
evaluated. While in foster care they will receive vetting for known and any diagnosed medical issues.  
They will be assessed for social and behavioral issues.  
Once that process is completed they will be adopted by their current Foster Homes.
Frosty now Samson
Butterball
Adopted
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Shy now Dash
Shine
Isabella II
Female, 9 years
Boris
Bia
Roscoe
Camo
Male, 2 years
Zara
Aura
Pixie
Female, 1 year
Female, 10 months
Puppies will be
available to move
after March 25th 2019
Pixie's Puppies
Eddie II
Alfie
Patch III
Male, 4 years
Week four update.
Scout
Cody IV
Male, 11years
Miles II
Male, 1.5 years
All our dogs are in foster homes living with families across the region.
Available Dogs: A dog becomes Available upon being brought up-to-date with medical needs,
evaluated behaviorally and socially and taught basic home obedience.
Noel now Sadie
Falkor
Sheeba
Female, 7 month
Star
Female, 1 year
Recently Rescued: The following Setters have recently been transported to their permanent or temporary foster homes for
evaluation. While in foster they will receive vetting for known and any diagnosed medical issues. They will also be assessed  
for social and behavioral issues as well as basic home obedience training. Some Setters will be here for a short period of time,
while others will be here longer. (Typical Heart Worm Treatment is 120 days.)  Some may move onto hospice care.
Please check back for updates and to monitor their progress.

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