Each Rescue dog is spayed or neutered before being placed.
Rescue carefully screens for medical and temperament problems. Medical treatment is obtained as needed.
All vaccinations are brought up to date and if needed, heartworm testing is provided for each dog. Each dog is permanently ID'ed by microchip.
Finally, each dog is bathed and groomed before going to its new home.
We ask a donation be made to Irish Setter Rescue to help offset the necessary expenses for each dog. Spay or neuter expenses, vaccinations, heartworm treatment and other expenses can add up. Donations may vary depending on circumstances and age of the dog.
Any dog adopted may be returned at any time. Rescue carefully matches people with individual dogs, usually resulting in lifelong placement. If a dog placed by Rescue can not be kept, the dog must be returned to Irish Setter Rescue.