Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever can be confused with a Golden Retriever. Despite Goldens, Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers are less submissive, less outgoing with strangers and less adaptable to a low-exercise household. Check out 14 amazing facts you have to know about this sporting breed before adopting one.
The playful action of the Toller retrieving a stick or ball along the shoreline arouses the curiosity of the ducks offshore.
The breed was developed to toll waterfowl and as an all-purpose hunting dog.
The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever and the Nederlandse Kooikerhondje are the only two breeds of dogs used for decoy purposes.
The Toller is medium-sized, compact, powerful, and balanced.
The Toller is well adapted for water, and they love it!
The Toller is happy to be wherever his people are. They like new experiences and are easy to take traveling.