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The Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, often called a Toller, is a medium-sized gundog from Canada. As can be guessed from its name, the Toller was bred primarily as a duck tolling and retrieving dog and has been used since the early 19th century. They are active and intelligent dogs that make great family companions.
Australian Shepherd: These beauties aren't actually Australian (even though there are now breeders in Aus) and are renowned for their intelligence and good nature. They're a medium sized pooch recommended for active families with lots of space. Perfect as a working dog but also more than happy in a family environment provided they get enough exercise and mental stimulation.