Poodle

Standard Poodles hunted ducks in Germany centuries ago. Dogs could swim freely while their chest, hips, and joints stayed warm. Don't skimp on training tricks and commands for poodles of all sizes.

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Portuguese Water Dog

A Portuguese Water Dog lures fish into the net. These swimmers are energetic and happy to see family. They're quick learners and eager to please.

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Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever This small retriever is red and gold. These dogs need lots of exercise and are stubborn. they are intelligent but stubborn.

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Newfoundland

Giant Newfoundlands have thick, coarse fur for cold Canadian water. They help fishing boats haul and rescue. They're tough and patient. Despite their size and drool, they're kid-friendly.

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Lagotto Romagnolo

today Lagotto Romagnolo are the best truffle dogs. Their curly, low-shedding coats resemble human hair. Lagottos need exercise, but they're much more mellow than other outdoor water dogs.

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Labrador Retriever

These are outgoing, adaptable, intelligent dogs that train easily and learn quickly. You might catch them working as therapy dogs or hunters. They worked with fishermen and duck hunters alike, using their thick tails to help them swim.

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Flat Coated Retriever

Their coats are longer and leaner. They are used to retrieving ducks and birds on hunting trips and will follow you anywhere.

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English Setter

English Setters were bred from Springer Spaniels, Spanish pointers, and water dogs 500 years ago. These dogs adapt well to new environments and love company. Playful English Setters have a high prey drive, so beware of rabbits.

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Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Chesapeake Bay Retrievers are loyal dogs built for wet, wintry hunting on the East Coast. Sensitive souls who love their families

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Barbets

Barbets are friendly companions who were bred to hunt waterfowl. Their curly coats are more hair-like than fur-like and developed over centuries to keep them warm in chilly waters.

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