If an old-style Pennsylvania setter is in your plans, forget everything you ever knew about command training. English setters with George Ryman ancestry are born with the genes to search, set birds, back points, relocate on birds that move, do a stiff-legged traveling point on running birds, hunt dead and retrieve to hand. In their own individual times, these genes express themselves as instincts through early and extensive hunting. These are soft dogs that thrive on praise but fold if their great trust in you is violated by loud yelling or physical punishment. They should live in the house to develop an early rapport. Do teach "Come," but make it an invitation, not a command, by starting with treat rewards and gradually replacing them with praise.