FCI standard Nr. 263, / Origin: USA
Retriever equally proficient on land and in the water. The Chesapeake is valued for its bright and happy disposition, intelligence, quiet good sense, and affectionate protective nature. Courage, willingness to work, alertness, nose, intelligence, love of water, general quality and, most of all, disposition should be given primary consideration in the selection and breeding of the Chesapeake Bay Retriever.
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FCI standard Nr. 110 / Origin: Great Britain
Strong, upstanding dog with a degree of elegance. Distinctive coat. Intelligent, steady, reliable. Bold, friendly, self confident and independent. May seem aloof.
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FCI standard Nr. 121 / Origin: Great Britain
A bright, active dog of medium size with an intelligent expression, showing power without lumber, and raciness without weediness. Generously endowed with natural gundog ability, optimism and friendliness demonstrated by enthusiastic tail action; confident and kindly.
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FCI-Standard N° 111, Origin: Great Britain
Symmetrical, balanced, active, powerful, level mover; sound with kindly expression. Biddable, intelligent and possessing natural working ability; kindly, friendly and confident.
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FCI standard Nr. 122. , Origin: Great Britain
Strongly built, short-coupled, very active; (which precludes excessive body weight or substance) broad in skull; broad and deep through chest and ribs; broad and strong over loins and hindquarters. Good-tempered, very agile. Excellent nose, soft mouth; keen lover of water. Adaptable, devoted companion. Intelligent, keen and biddable, with a strong will to please. Kindly nature, with no trace of aggression or undue shyness.
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NOVA SCOTIA DUCK TOLLING RETRIEVER
FCI-Standard N° 312, Origin: Canada
The Tolling dog runs, jumps and plays along the shoreline in full view of a flock of ducks, occasionally disappearing from sight and then quickly reappearing, aided by the hidden hunter, who throws small sticks or a ball for the dog. The dog’s playful actions arouse the curiosity of the ducks swimming offshore and they are lured within gunshot range. The Toller is subsequently sent out to retrieve the dead or wounded birds.
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