- Before rescuing a nova scotia duck tolling retriever you must know how much time this new member of your family is going to spend alone.
- This breed is cannot live alone for long time and they require constant attention from their owners.
- If you want to train them remember consistency is the key, with passage of time they will get trained and have lesser accidents in the house and outside.
- They are a difficult breed in the sense that it is difficult to change their habits like once they learn to soil the carpet it will be difficult to train them out of this behavior.
- Potty and pee training is also important for these stray dogs so for your ease take a young pup for emptying his bladder after every 3 hours.
- They need more time and activity outside the home so before rescuing it from a shelter ask yourself if you are ready to take them to walk outside several times a day.
- They need to empty their bladder first thing in the morning so be prepared to wake up early and take him outside and be stick to the schedule.
- He needs to be controlled so train him to walk on a leash it is difficult for him but it will be more easy for you and once he get used to it there will be no problems.
- Adult dogs bladder are fully developed and shelter dogs are mostly house trained so rescue team will tell you all about and the habits of the nova scotia duck tolling retriever you want to adopt.
- Rescue team will tell you for how long he will hold the pee.so adult dogs in the rescue shelter are easier options for you and they will learn new trick too once they get used to you and family.
Rescue shelter has all kinds of Nova Scotia duck tolling retrievers including purebreds as sometimes they have no home or previous owner has to go to some other country so they leave them at the rescue shelter.rescuers are mostly the people who have volunteered for this work so they have no proper resources to care for these dogs.you should always consider these shelters so that some good quality bred nova scotia just don’t get wasted there.