Randy is the product of Chester and Chelsea. I call him a Brittany Toller. He just came out so beuatiful and healthy that I've decided to continue breeding Brittany Tollers. Randy can hunt, point, retriever, competes in agility, obedience, tracking, and is a certified search and rescue and therapy dog. He is also a wonderful watchdog and knows over 44 different commands! He is 20.75" and weighs in at 46 lbs. He is the perfect hunting and activity dog. I've never known a dog smarter. Everyone who bought one of my pups is just so pleased! I really think that this could create a wonderful new breed with a wonderful new purpose. Plus, Randy is so healthy! I just love him so much.
I know some people on this board have a problem with breeding "designer breeds", but Randy is no designer breed. I am trying to create a new, and better, hunting dog that can compete in a variety of activities and is extremely intelligent, and has improved health. The Brittany Toller is really the perfect all around hunting dog.
Thanks everyone. I love my dogs beyong all reason. They are my babies and my life! Scout, I don't think you're a b****. I know you are probably one of the people who have a problem with breeding mixed breeds. I don't care. I have a problem with ear cropping and tail docking (as you can seemy Brittany has a long tail), and I'm sure some people strongly disagree with me there. But, we do all have on thing in common, our love of dogs. :D
they are pretty dogs. i just dont understand why you want to intentionally mix the toller ? it is a new breed in itself. it just seems like it hasnt got full recognition as an established breed and already someone wants to mix it.
I find it interesting that your "britany-toller" does all the things that brinanys are knowen to do, but doesn't do the one thing hat the NSDTR was really bred to do, so whybother to cross them out?? It kinda seems pointless to me.
The Nova Scotia is a very hard to find breed (I know, I looked everywhere for one). I think maybe focus on bringing the breed back and breeding two Nova Scotia's. They are an excellent breed, wish I could have found one.