* Denotes membership in the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club (USA) and as such, subscribe to the following as taken from the Club’s Code of Ethics as it relates to responsible breeding: --If I breed, I will strive to improve the Toller breed according to the NSDTRC Breed Standard. I will conscientiously plan each breeding, choosing only parents of appropriate temperament, appearance and other desirable qualities. --I will become aware of genetic defects that can be harmful to the breed. When breeding, I will endeavor to select animals that will reduce the incidence of genetic problems while enhancing the positive attributes and abilities of the breed. I will be open with all persons interested in the welfare of the Toller and will discuss possible physical or temperament defects in my own stock. --I will act responsibly in regards to all puppies produced by my breeding for the lifetime of the puppies. --I will never knowingly sell to, or place a Toller with unethical persons or those who would not provide proper and humane care to the dog. I will refuse to sell any Toller to any pet shop or to any wholesale dealer in dogs.
Disclaimer: Listing on this site is not an endorsement by Midwest Tollers web master, nor any of the individual breeders listed above. It is the responsibility of the puppy buyer to thoroughly interview the breeders in searching for puppies/dogs for sale. If a breeder can not answer your questions to your satisfaction and you are not comfortable with them, end your search/interview and continue your search with another breeder. The life span of a Toller is 12-14 years; you should be comfortable with the breeder you are dealing with in that they will match you with a puppy that will meet your needs for that long life.