This is the dog Kyle and are getting when we move into a house - Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

This is the dog Kyle and are getting when we move into a house - Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Met one today at Slimbridge Wetlands. She was trained to work in a duck decoy and we were given a demo!

Met one today at Slimbridge Wetlands. She was trained to work in a duck decoy and we were given a demo!

NOVA SCOTIA DUCK TOLLING RETRIEVER: Smallest of the Retrievers & bred mainly for hunting. Their name comes from their ability to lure waterfowl within gunshot range ("tolling"). Intelligent, energetic, good with children / Mille by *SaNNaS on deviantART

NOVA SCOTIA DUCK TOLLING RETRIEVER: Smallest of the Retrievers & bred mainly for hunting. Their name comes from their ability to lure waterfowl within gunshot range ("tolling"). Intelligent, energetic, good with children / Mille by *SaNNaS on deviantART

Tollers don't even have to try. They know they are the most photogenic creatures on god's sweet earth

Tollers don't even have to try. They know they are the most photogenic creatures on god's sweet earth

A Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever in the lane. Photo by Antti Korpela. #toller

A Nova Scotia duck tolling retriever in the lane. Photo by Antti Korpela. #toller

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. The smallest of the retrievers, Tollers are known to be intelligent, alert, high-energy dogs are known for being very patient with children. Their name is derived from their ability to lure waterfowl within gunshot range. Hidden, the hunter sends the dog out to romp and play near the water, usually by tossing a ball or stick to be retrieved. Its unusual activity and white markings pique the curiosity of ducks and geese, who swim over to investigate.

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever. The smallest of the retrievers, Tollers are known to be intelligent, alert, high-energy dogs are known for being very patient with children. Their name is derived from their ability to lure waterfowl within gunshot range. Hidden, the hunter sends the dog out to romp and play near the water, usually by tossing a ball or stick to be retrieved. Its unusual activity and white markings pique the curiosity of ducks and geese, who swim over to investigate.

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