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.
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?? x Gabby – Olive Branch, MS
We are currently doing health clearances
and selecting a sire to Gabby’s litter.
SHR CoolWater’s Fly Me To The Moon – “Gabby”
OFA Hips: Good
OFA Elbows: Normal
More Information to Come
For more information:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 407.212.1741
Gabby is 23″, 72 lbs. and dark sedge. Her coat is course, very short and thick.
Gabby is a companion hunting dog and is highly intelligent and very active. She is proving herself to be easily trainable and picks up on concepts well. She is a fast and stylish retriever with good marking ability.
Temperament wise Gabby is very friendly and social.
Gabby has her UKC Started Retriever Title, and 7 points (including a major) towards her AKC Conformation title.