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Honeyrun Kennel

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Breeder in Summerville GA us

The finest quality Duck Tolling Retrievers from original old Canadian lines. Family raised, friendly, beautiful dogs for performance, companionship and show. We careful plan each litter based on complete health clearances, temperament and overall soundness of the parents. Litters are planned generations in advance. We've been breeding Tollers since before they were a recognized AKC breed, we have many,many year of experience.
Offshore Duck Dogs

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Breeder in Nokomis FL us

Offshore is a small hobby kennel who rarely breed more than one litter a year, if that. We strive to produce all purpose dogs that excel in the conformation, companion, performance, and tracking rings as well as in the field. Most importantly they are wonderful additions to the family. We carefully select our dogs based on health, temperament, conformation, and working ability.
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Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Overview
Because Tollers run as much as they swim when hunting, they are smaller and more agile than most other retrievers. Their powerful yet compact build enables them to rush around tirelessly, leaping and retrieving with tail always wagging. The jaws are strong enough to carry a duck. Because they were bred to work in icy waters, they have a water-repelling double coat of medium length. A longer coat is not appropriate for a working dog, although the tail feathering should be long, adding to the emphasis of the wagging tail. A white blazeon the face, chest, tail tip or feet is characteristic, and may serve to make the dog's gamboling more noticeable to distant ducks.

As befitting a dog bred to play and retrieve tirelessly, the Toller is very energetic and playful. You cannot throw a ball just once for a Toller! Everything they do is done with gusto, whether it's hunting, obedience, agility or just walking around the block. They are alert but not hyperactive, and can adjust to many circumstances. They are affectionate and gentle, but young Tollers can be overly boisterous at times. They are good with children, other dogs and pets. Tollers may be initially wary of strangers, but warm up quickly. They learn fast and are generally willing to please, but bore easily and then can be a bit stubborn.

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