The breed is a working dog that has been bred to search for icy waters, so it must retain a medium-length coat that is waterproof and has a thick, soft double coat. The coat is slightly wavy. The dog’s tail grows naturally and is slightly sloping, strong and powerful, with luxuriant and thick hair, well-integrated with the vertebral crest, and drooping to the length of the elbow joint. The tail is very low when alert and forms an ARC when in motion, out of physical contact. We should take care of this kind of dog’s coat regularly.
We feed Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever with small, frequent meals, and watch for poop, which increases slowly as the dog days go by. When we feed the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, we give it plenty of room, and everything on the ground has to be put away, out of reach of the Nova Scotia Duck Retriever, because the puppy loves to bite, whether it’s edible or not, if it can swallow something, it will. Especially when it comes to the teeth, be sure to give it a dog chew gum, molar stick or small toys, so that it does not chew household items.
It is generally not recommended that the young Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever be bathed and kept indoors until after the third dose of the vaccine. By the end of the three shots, the dog was almost three months old, and his immunity was relatively strong.
The perfect exercise for a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever is to let it run free on the grass outside. After 4 months can take it out for a walk, at first try not to walk too far too long, too tired, according to the growth of age, and slowly extend the distance and time. Swimming is a very good sport. Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever likes to swim, but it’s not something you’re born with, and you have to slowly get used to the water, and it’s best to take it with you every time you go in the water.
We don’t let Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever go up and down the stairs until he’s four and a half months old, and we don’t let him go up and down the stairs, and we don’t let him go up and down the car, until he’s four and a half months old. If the car is high, don’t let it go up and down on its own. We need to hold it. If Your Nova Scotia duck-hunting puppy is too fat, don’t up the intensity just yet. Can Be appropriate to reduce the amount of feeding, until the bodyweight back to the normal range, under the regulation of the amount of food and exercise, so that the two maintain a balance.