5 Dog Breeds From Canada



Canada is a large country with a very cold climate and it’s surprising that so few dog breeds actually originate there. That said, the ones that do are spectacular animals that should be celebrated just as much as any others.

5 Dog Breeds From Canada

Breed#5 – 

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever:

5 Dog Breeds From Canada

The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, often called a Toller, is a medium-sized gundog from Canada. As can be guessed from its name, the Toller was bred primarily as a duck tolling and retrieving dog and has been used since the early 19th century. They are active and intelligent dogs that make great family companions.



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