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Pet Care Specialists
(402) 285-7053
3618 Howard Blvd
Columbus, NE
Hours
Monday 7:45 AM - 5:30 PM
Tuesday 7:45 AM - 5:30 PM
Wednesday 7:45 AM - 5:30 PM
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Marric Kennel
(402) 665-2223
360 County Rd 21
Ceresco, NE
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Papillon

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Dierking's Kennel
(402) 248-6493
RR 1 Box 26
Liberty, NE
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Miniature Pinscher

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Vom Springer
(308) 284-4539
199 Peterson Dr
Ogallala, NE
Breeds
German Shepherd Dog

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BD One Shar-Pei's
(308) 848-2690
80067 Mills Valley Rd
Arnold, NE
Breeds
Chinese Shar-Pei

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Preferred Genetics For Bovine
(402) 564-9858
33361 126TH Ave
Columbus, NE

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Sandhill
(308) 577-6367
4506 S Rt 47
Woodstock, NE
Breeds
Poodle, Toy

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House Barrett
(173) 980-2979
Rheinstrasse 92
Gross Rohrheim, NE
Breeds
German Shepherd Dog

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Jemar
(402) 426-2295
10776 County Rd 34
Blair, NE
Breeds
Rottweiler

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Sand Hills
(402) 823-4167
PO Box 68
Cody, NE
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Scottish Deerhound

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Chesapeake Bay Retriever - Guide to Chesapeake Bay Retrievers

Description: The Chesapeake Bay Retriever claims an adventurous and somewhat mysterious history. In 1807, two Newfoundlands were rescued off the coast of Maryland after a shipwreck. The black male and brown female were both excellent water dogs and were later mated. These pups were most likely crossed with other local sporting breeds such as the Coonhound, the English Water Poodle, and the Curly and Flat-Coated Retrievers. What emerged was an able rough-water dog with excellent retrieving instincts. His coat, in particular, is unique in that it can withstand icy-cold water yet remain dry underneath; sportsmen claim a quick shake is all it takes to shed any remaining water and ice. The Chesapeake Bay Retriever was officially recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1873 and in 1892 in Canada. The "Chessie" enjoys country life over city life and needs plenty of outdoor activity.

Height: The height of a Chesapeake Bay Retriever is between 23 - 26" (58.4 - 58.4cm) for dogs, 21 - 24" (53.3 - 53.3cm) for bitches

Weight: The weight of a Chesapeake Bay Retriever is between 65 - 75 lbs (29 - 29 kg) for dogs, 55 - 65 lbs (24.6 - 24.6 kg) for bitches

Coat Type: The Chesapeake Bay Retriever's water-repellent coat is oily, straight and short; there is a thick, downy undercoat.

Color:The colors of the Chesapeake Bay Retriever's coat may be brown, tan or "deadgrass." Grooming needs are minimal.

Temperament: The Chesapeake Bay Retriever is courageous, hard-working, and extremely loyal to its family.

Health Problems: Some of the hereditary diseases the Chesapeake Bay Retriever is prone to include hip dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy (PRA), cataracts and von Willebrand disease type 3. The average life span of a Chesapeake Bay Retriever is 10 - 13 years.

Special Interest: Although the breed does not have many followers, and is neither popular at shows nor championed in field trials, the Chesapeake Bay Retri...

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