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Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Gordy

Gordy is 5 years old!!!

MISS ZOEY (OUR TOLLER)

I LOVE OUR TOLLER, ZOEY -SHE IS ONE OF THE BEST DOGS WE'VE EVER OWNED:
SHE'S FUNNY
LOYAL
PLAYFUL
AFFECTIONATE
FANTASTIC

JUST A WONDERFUL ADDITION TO OUR FAMILY

Bodo : Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Dogs name: Bodo
Owners Name: Jim
shelter dog...thought to be golden retriever + boarder collie...fellow at dog park says Nova Scotia.....any experts?? His behavior seems in line with a Nova Scotia/size/color etc.

Meg of Decoymans : Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Dogs name: Meg of Decoymans
Owners Name: John Norris

Honey : Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Dogs name: Honey
Owners Name:
We got her from a shelter, she had been taken from a puppy farm that had been closed down by the RSPCA.
All the shelter could say was that she was pedigree, but not sure about exact breed.
Bumped into a toller owner walking with his two dogs, and he was convinced she was one.
Have since bumped into another that could be her twin at an agility demostration.
Done a bit of research on the net, and she seems to tick all the Toller boxes regarding behaviour (tolling!)
and temperament.

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