7 Representatives of the "Setter-Llewellyn" variety are larger than their brothers. They have a tricolor color.
Dogs cannot be called completely purebred dogs, as Llewellyn crossed them with representatives of other breeds in order to achieve an improved conformation.
8 The color of English Setters is different. In accordance with the standard, the following are admissible: two-color: with the main black, orange, yellow, brown color and small spots; tricolor: primary white with multicolored spots.