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Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is a medium-sized waterfowl dog that lives to play fetch and swim. This adorable retriever makes a great family pet and will certainly catch the eye of onlookers

Illustration courtesy of the Swedish Kennel Club

Quick Facts


Height

Male: 18-21in

Female: 17-20in

Weight

Male: 37-51lb

Female: 37-51lb

Fun Fact

Tolling is an old type of hunting style that involved luring ducks closer within shooting range.

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About this Breed

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, or Toller, is a medium-sized waterfowl dog that originated in Canada during the early 1800’s. These are affectionate and intelligent dogs that thrive in an active environment. Tollers are great with children and other dogs. They are the smallest of all the retrievers.

Tollers can be left with a natural coat and do not require much grooming. This breed is energetic and will play fetch all day long if given the chance. They absolutely love to swim. Tollers are generally a healthy breed.

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Common Locations

  1. Nederland
  2. Zuid-Holland, Nederland
  3. Gelderland, Nederland
  4. New York, United States
  5. Texas, United States
  6. South Carolina, United States
  7. Ontario, Canada
  8. Washington, United States
  9. Noord-Brabant, Nederland
  10. Florida, United States

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