Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever breeders

Nopper Perm. Reg'd

Nopper Perm. Reg'd.

585 County Road 5
Toledo, Ontario
K0E 1Y0
Tel.: (613) 275-4127


Our Tollers live in our house and our puppies are raised as part of the family. We ensure our puppies are well socialized before they go to their new homes. Our goal is to have our puppies live long and happy lives. To that end, all our puppies are from parents that are health tested and certified. They come with a written 2 year health guarantee and lifetime support. They are registered with the Canadian Kennel Club and come with 6 weeks free health insurance. They are vet checked and tattooed.

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