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. As puppies, Chesapeakes requires lots of socialization, basic obedience and a firm but honest owner. If you cannot provide these basic items, then a Chesapeake puppy might not be for you. Chesapeakes are 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 Bay Retriever 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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SPRING 2017 BREEDING
Rippy x Salty
CH CoolWater’s RipTide x Pond Hollow Sea Swept to CoolWater
Pond Hollow Sea Swept to CoolWater
OFA Hips: to come
OFA Elbows: to come
Salty is a 24″, 80 lb light sedge girl. She has excellent substance, a thick heavily waved coat, great depth of body and sound movement. She is PERSONALITY PLUS-sweet, intelligent, sassy, easy to live with and HAPPY. Salty has never met a stranger and is a HUGE smiler and will regularly Roo Roo Roo when she’s happy had has something to tell you. Salty is a strong swimmer and a fast stylish retriever.
We anticipate these puppies to have good conformation with excellent bone and substance, excellent coats and great dispositions.
While we do not place puppies based on color, we anticipate all colors are possible with this breeding.
CH CoolWater’s RipTide
PRA: A by Parentage
OFA: Hips – Good
OFA: Elbows – Normal
Rippy is a 24″ 85 lb dark sedge/light brown Chesapeake Bay Retriever. He is all-around a beautiful animal. He has a very correct coat, dense, coarse and water-repellent. He has good bone with balanced conformation and a pleasing head. His movement is ground covering, clean coming and going, sound and strong. He is reserved with strangers, but is a clown in the house and around those he knows. He has a wonderful temperament with other dogs and plays well with both males and females. In the field, he is a focused, stylish and determined retriever who LOVES the water.
Rip finished his AKC Championship easily in just four weekends of showing. Along the way he picked up two Best of Breed wins over Specials.