The Llewellin originated in the mid 1800s when a gentleman name R. L. Purcell Llewellin set out to breed the finest field trial dogs he could. Today the Llewellin can be traced back to the Duke-Rhoebe cross of Dan and Dick, the start of the Llewellin line. For decades the Llewellins dominated the field trails until format changes favored the bigger running dogs.
Llewellins by nature are easily trained and require very little or not any force. They are very affectionate animals and make very good companions.
The Llewellins in this Kennel are close-range to mid-range all day hunters and are all FDSB registered. All the Sires and Dams are DNA certified. They hunt pheasant, ruffed grouse, woodcock, quail and chukar regularly. If you hunt for the love of the hunt this is a breed you will enjoy.
I am at least a third generation bird hunter. I have hunted from the State of Mississippi to the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. I enjoy hunting over Llewellin Setters more than any other dog I have been in the field with.
Name: Ronald G. Mitchell
Petey and Mary Kate
Mitchell's Llewellin Setters
2023 Strider Road Scobey, MS 38953 US
Phone: 248-933 - 3804
Gunner, Trix and Jane
The Llewellin Setter is often referred to as the Sportsman's Choice. He is a very devoted and easy to handle, whose only desire is to please their master. The true Llewellin Setter must be FDSB registered with American Field.
Mitchell's Llewellin Setters has moved back to Grenada, MS. We still have the finest Imported lines available.