Making a commitment to obtain a Chesapeake Bay Retriever puppy shouldn’t be taken lightly. It is a long-term commitment as the average lifespan for a Chesapeake is 8-15 years.
The Chesapeake Bay Retriever is a hardy active breed. The breed requires lots of socialization, basic obedience and a firm but honest owner. If you cannot provide these basic items, then a Chesapeake might not be for you. It is a breed best suited with a job to do – whether it be retrieving the morning paper to retrieving ducks from a blind to obedience work to agility trials. If you aren’t sure whether a Chesapeake is right for you, but you’d like to learn more, please contact me. I’m happy to help guide you through making the right decision for you and your family.
We do not ship puppies. If you are interested in one of our dogs, you must be willing to travel to pick up said dog/puppy.
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Rip x Siren – Venice, FL
Puppies expected around September 11, 2014
We are very excited about this breeding. Both parents have health clearances, have nice conformation including good substance and beautiful coats.
We are only accepting a few more deposits for females only until the puppies are born.
For more information: email@example.com or 407.212.1741
Puppies: I anticipate the puppies to be well-boned with excellent coats and nice conformation.
Puppies should have good working aptitude with nice dispositions for family companions.
None of these puppies will be affected with DM/EIC or PRA.
Marco x Jesse – Deltona, FL
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