How much does a Duck Toller cost?

A Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever generally costs anywhere from fifteen hundred to two-thousand and five-hundred dollars, but there can be many factors that determine the cost.

What is the difference between a Labrador retriever and a Chesapeake Bay retriever?

Although there is not much of a difference between the two, he is generally bigger than the Labrador. The Chesapeake also has a deeper chest than the Labrador, which almost acts like a plow against the snow and thick icebergs whilst chasing his prey.

What size is a Chesapeake Bay Retriever?

Female: 21–24 inches53–61 cm
Male: 23–26 inches58–66 cm
Chesapeake Bay Retriever/Height

What are the benefits of a Toller?

Some Tollers also have the instinct to toll naturally – dance on the shore like a fox and lure in waterfowl. Once trained, the Toller can be a great asset to your hunting party. 5. They’re great sporting companions. Tollers love to work with people that love to work with them.

Is your Toller bored?

The Toller is an energetic dog, and needs plenty of physical exercise and mental stimulation. A bored Toller with excess energy will find another outlet for their drive, and the results are often destructive.

What does it mean when a Toller scream?

The “scream.” Tollers have a penetrating scream that they produce to indicate excitement and eagerness. To the uninitiated, this can sound like the dog is being fed into a wood chipper; it is high pitched, frantic, and loud. 6.

What’s so special about a Toller Terrier?

Their drive. Tollers are a hunting breed, and are bred to be working dogs. They have a fanatical drive to work, and will retrieve until your arm is ready to fall off. 5. They’re not everyone’s best friend. Most Tollers will greet strangers, but generally reserve true enthusiasm for their family and special people. 4. Did you say no?