Rescue Program

NSDTRC (USA) Rescue Program

Dedicated to rescue, re-homing, and adoption of the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever

If you are interested in bringing a rescue Toller into your home, please download and read our Rescue Program General Information . We welcome you to fill out our Adoption Application.

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UPDATE – Kendall ADOPTED!!

Kendall is looking for a forever home. She is around 2-3 yrs old, 20″ at shoulder, and weighs 43 lbs. She is very sweet, crate trained, a good eater, and gets along with male dogs. She has only been introduced to female dogs over a gate. She allows grooming, and appears to be housebroken but has not been left out of crate at the foster’s home when she is not home. She is scared after all she has been through with losing her home, being picked up as a stray & going to shelter, so will need someone with who will be patient with her until she gets comfortable. The foster is a female so we are not sure how she is with men. Kendall is up to date on all her shots, is spayed, and heartworm neg. Kendall is currently being fostered in South FL.

 

UPDATE – Titus ADOPTED!!

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This is Titus. He was originally fostered by a Golden Retriever Club and has now been transferred to toller rescue. He is a larger than normal toller, but has all the correct toller characteristics.He is a very sweet boy who happily wags his tail. He has had all shots and is neutered. He is in excellent health and we believe he is 3 1/2 to 4 years old. Titus recently completed obedience training and now walks on a loose lead, sits and downs, and comes when called. He knows and correctly responds to every command that is required of a Novice dog. Titus gets along well with other dogs and cats. Please consider giving Titus a forever home.

 

UPDATE!! Stella is adopted!! Her new name is Bonnie.? We’re so happy for Bonnie and her new home!

Stella is a beautiful young girl, 2-3 years old.? She is about 17-18 inches tall and weighs 37 lbs.? She is extremely sweet and wants more than anything to be loved and petted.? She has also liked every dog she has met!? Stella was treated for heartworms so will need to be kept quiet and leash walked for the next 6 weeks.? She is up to date on all shots and is healthy.? Stella is housebroken.? She deserves a family that will love her forever!? She will give back equally in the devotion she shows.? Please consider adopting Stella!!

 

Update!!! – Cody is adopted!!! His new name is Jake and from these pictures he has found a wonderful forever home!!

This is Cody.? He is estimated to be a?4 year old neutered male.? In an effort to remove?mats when he was brought into the first shelter, they cut his beautiful Toller fur, but it is evident that this will grow back.? He gets along well with other dogs.?He saw a cat in the vet’s office?and approached it calmly; cat reared up and hissed and he backed up and barked, which is a normal reaction.?He’s not interested in chewing on anything but my vet said his canines are worn down.?He’s well mannered; does not jump up on us at all and loads into a car with no issues.?He walks nicely on a leash.?He is happy in a crate with no?whining or barking at all.? He does have an uneven gait which the?Vet indicated was from an old toe injury and?will not cause any problems in his long term health or movement.? He is up to date with shots and worming. Please consider adopting this handsome boy!!

 

UPDATE!!! Emily is adopted!!!

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Emily has found her forever home in West Lafayette, Indiana where she will be the only dog and the center of their world!! Thanks to everyone involved in finding Emily her special home.

 

Surrendering Tollers

If you have a Toller to surrender, or if you think you have a Toller in your shelter, please contact
Alyson Casper our National Rescue Coordinator. Your inquiry will be forwarded to the appropriate Regional Coordinator for follow-up.

Click to Download:

Do you think you have a Toller in your Shelter?
Owner Surrender Form
Owner Surrender Guidelines

Shelter Visit Guidelines
Checklist for Home Visit
Dog Received into Rescue Form

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Surrendering Tollers

If you have a Toller to surrender, or if you think you have a Toller in your shelter, please contact Alyson Casper our National Rescue Coordinator. Your inquiry will be forwarded to the appropriate Regional Coordinator for follow-up.

Click to Download:
Do you think you have a Toller in your Shelter?
Owner Surrender Form
Owner Surrender Guidelines

Shelter Visit Guidelines
Checklist for Home Visit
Dog Received into Rescue Form