The English Setter Club of New England Rescue was formed in the mid-1980's by club members who saw a need to place homeless English Setters in New England. It is non-profit and is funded solely by donations and Club fundraisers. All fees collected are used to place homeless dogs. Originally, the dogs came from veterinarians, shelters, and dog pounds necessitating boarding or foster care until placements could be found.
Unfortunately, foster homes were scarce and the cost of boarding prohibitive. Today, most dogs are owner
surrendered so ESCNE Rescue has changed to a referral system. People seeking dogs are connected with those
wishing to surrender dogs. Fostering and boarding are done only in emergency situations. Both bench and field
setters are placed through Rescue.
If you would like information on adoption an English Setter or have an English Setter that needs a new home, contact ESCNE Rescue Chair, Ardys McElwee.
(contact Ardys McElwee for info)
His name is Brody. He is very energetic and birdy. He loves people and likes other dogs. He has been neutered and has had all of his shots. He is 1 1/2 years old. (posted 8/29/07)