The Royal Llewellin Setter has a long and rich history dating back to the early 17th century, with lineage to King James I of England and Louis the XVIII (the last reigning monarch) of France. Martin has personally traveled to research and confirm the origins of Royal Llewellin Setters, tracing their pure bloodlines to the original English architects of the breed. These regal and rare pups are unbelievably affectionate with small children, docile with other family pets, best friends with every new acquaintance, and bird finding machines.
Martin has been an advocate of the outdoor sporting life, since childhood, alongside his grandfather who raised and hunted Walker foxhounds. As a
hobby breeder, his goals are to produce the finest, original, Purebred Llewellin Setters, and preserve the Royal heritage of these beautiful and extremely unique dogs.
Currently, Martin and his family enjoy the companionship of King Henry, Queen Ivy, and their latest addition, Queen Henrietta. Martin has a limited number of Royal Llewellin puppies available each year, from the same original bloodlines, reserved exclusively for families who truly love, appreciate, and live a lifestyle, compatible with this spectacular breed.