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The super-rare pups are sold to carefully vetted new owners for £1000 each.
Who would believe this adorable set of puppies belong to Britains's most endangered breed of dog.
But this unusually large litter of ten healthy pups offers fresh hope for Britain's most threatened native breed, the Red and White Setter.
The alarming demise of the Irish breed has seen it plummet to the bottom of the Kennel Club's vulnerable breeds list for last year.
In 2019 just 39 new puppies were registered, compared to 119 at the start of the decade.
The numbers are tiny compared to the 35,347 Labradors - the UK's favourite dog - that were born last year.
Now breeder Ve Callaghan from Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire is celebrating the arrival of a huge litter of ten pups that amazingly are rarer than Siberian Tigers, Amur Leopard's and even Giant Pandas.