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The Duck Tolling Retriever

The Duck Tolling Retriever

  • The Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever was declared the provincial dog in 1995.
  • It is the smallest of all retrievers, and is a purely Canadian breed.
  • Known for its intelligence and endurance, as well as being an excellent pet, this medium size dog is used by hunters to attract game.
  • The Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever has been bred in Nova Scotia for more than 100 years. It was given its Canadian Kennel Club designation as an official breed in 1945.



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