Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Studs

  - indicates a dog that requires approval to be used as a stud.  When using these studs, you may have to wait up to 24-hours to breed your bitch.  Dogs open for public stud can be used for breeding right now.

Dog Name SOP Color Owner Stud Fee
GCH CH Ceincaled Tweed 93.0 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Ceincaled $100
GCH CH TNT Donegal 92.8 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Tollers N Terriers $100
GCH CH Sorellas Restored Hope 93.1 Red Copper with Black Nose Sorella Aussies $100
GCH CH Elixir Florida Sun 93.0 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Elixir Kennels $100
GCH CH Sorellas Night Life 92.6 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Sorella Aussies $50
CH Elixir Black Magic 93.7 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Elixir Kennels $100
CH Hacksaws Florida Yacht 92.9 Red Copper with Black Nose Hacksaws Kennels $100
CH Hacksaws In The Groove 92.7 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Hacksaws Kennels $100
CH Sorellas Famous Idea 92.7 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Sorella Aussies $50
CH Ceincaled Pascal 92.7 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Ceincaled $50
Hacksaws Mouse That Roared 92.9 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Hacksaws Kennels $100
Hacksaws Mind Games 93.0 Red Copper with Black Nose Hacksaws Kennels $100
Hacksaws Bow Knot 93.0 Red Copper with Black Nose Hacksaws Kennels $100
Hacksaws Crowd Pleaser 92.7 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Hacksaws Kennels $50
Hacksaws Train Trax 92.6 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Hacksaws Kennels $50
Hacksaws Zone Free 92.7 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Hacksaws Kennels $50
Ceincaled Pasca 92.8 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Ceincaled $25
Ceincaled Cordouroy 92.7 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Ceincaled $25
Ceincaled Pass 92.8 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Ceincaled $25
Ceincaled Pass Key 92.8 Red Copper with Flesh Nose Ceincaled $25


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