There's more to getting a puppy than simply calling up a breeder
and ordering a pup. When you do start to call most breeders, they'll
have a list of questions to ask you and they may request
a referral or reference, so be prepared to answer some questions
about your lifestyle and family when you do start phoning.
Questions to ask a Breeder
Since you expect to be asked questions by breeders you contact,
we also recommend that you prepare a list of questions to ask breeders
in return. Janice Madjanovich DVM, a Toller owner, wrote this
information letter as a primer for anyone planning to contact
breeders (courtesy of Ms. Madjanovich and the Ontario Toller Club).
And, to help you get started, we've prepared this sample
list of questions for you to use as a guide.
The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club of Canada publishes
a list of breeders as paid advertising in their quarterly newsletter,
Toller Talk. The
Breeders Directory included here is available as an on-line
page or as a printable pdf file. It may change from time to time
and is not a listing of all breeders - only those who wish to advertise
in the newsletter.
If you still have questions about Toller breeders, contact the
Club Secretary for