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Chesapeake Bay Retriever

Chesapeake Bay Retriever is a hard-working dog, brave, lively, intelligent, vigilant, and has an independent personality and it is sometimes dominant. 

Most of the time, it is obedient and devoted to their owner, it is always friendly with children, and cautious with strangers. 

They can also be aggressive with other dogs if you did not socialize them right. They can get along very well with other animals, however, if you have taught him since he was a puppy. 

Chesapeake Bay Retriever is a very active dog, that likes to do a lot of movement and love to play with you or toys, otherwise, it gets bored.

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  1. My brother and Mom had a Saint Bernard
    That lived to 15 years old. He was blind and
    Slept a lot but my Mom loved him. And although he was very old and couldn’t see well, if at all. He would bark if he heard any
    Noises and my Mom felt secure when he was alive. She found him dead one morning
    It it took three men from the Vets office
    To remove his body. We paid to have him
    Cremated and got a tin with his alleged
    Ashes. Later there was a big scandal about
    The pet cemeteries in Long Island NY
    And the State of NY took their license
    Away, and siezed the property for back
    Taxes

  2. Those were all nice dogs. However, you left out some of the smaller ones. Like Mini
    Schnauzers. I have two sisters/litter mates. Our 9th and 10th Schnauzers.

    Plus we live on a street with 7 other Schanuzers. Use to be 9 but one died and one
    move away. I thought our street should have been renamed “Schnauzer Lane”.

    Thanks Have a good day and stay healthy.
    Debra Belisle

  3. if you are in the market for a dog, please adopt a shelter dog. There are so many mixed breed dogs that are sweet and need a family. Did you know that mixed breed are less likely to have problems with there hips, etc?

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