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Available Young Adults

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"Destiny" Tollchester's Future Wish is a lovely girl from our "Tyson" BISS AM CAN CH Anando's Off Center Toller Tyson, and "Piper" CAN CH Tollchester's Christmas Wish, litter born July 23, 2010. She is available to an approved home interested in showing/breeding. We would also consider a companion (pet) home who would be interested in us showing/breeding Destiny.

Destiny is an outgoing girl who is independent and ver confident. She is a girl who knows what she wants and tries to use her jeti skills to get her way. She would make a wonderful show dog as she is very self assured and a bit of a show off!

If you are interested in Destiny or would like more information feel free to contact us at
tollchester@gmail.com

Why get a older toller puppy?
 
Below are a few reasons why you could consider a older puppy and at what ages would be best suited for your family based on our 'puppy success' training program.
 
Puppies raised by Tollchester follow a protocal when being raised and a majority will have set or passed the below requirements in each age group. To ensure your toller puppy is trainned to your expectations you will get a written critique about the puppy you are interested in when he or she is available for adoption.
 
Purchase price of each puppy will vary based on their training. Our puppy price for older puppies includes a puppy care package, written contract (which generally includes rebates on spay/neuter and/or health clearances), Canadian or American Kennel Club registration, tattoo or microchip, temperament testing, structure evaluations, vaccine(s), vet check(s), a leash, collar and a bumper. For anyone interested in breeding we also offer mentorship or foster programs.
 
12-16 week old toller puppies
 
* Fully litter box trained before 12 weeks
* House training is completed by 16 weeks
* Continued education with loud noises, visitors, exposure to 'new' items and places
* Crate trainning continues (most puppys are crate trainned by 16 weeks)
* Continued leash training (introduction to different style leads; flexi, flat lead and show lead and collars; flat collar, two clip collar, show collar)
* Continued eduction with basic retrieving (returning to handler with the objects. Introduction to hunting objects; canvas bumper, wings) 
* Continued eduction with basic house manners (sit for food, no chewing, not aloud on furniture while a person is eating, no jumping)
* Continued eduction with conformation training (bait training, hand stacking on table, checking teeth and between toes)
* Continued obedience training (sit, down, wait, leave it, take it)
* Conformation evaluation
* Temperament testing
* Retrieving skills evaluation
* Success report
 
 
16-20 week old toller puppies
 
*house trained
* Crate trained
* Continued education with loud noises, visitors, exposure to 'new' items and places
* Continued eduction in obedience (wait, stay, look, touch)
* Continued eduction in basic retrieving (start work with bumpers/dokens) ; will have worked with canvas bumpers and wings
* Continued eduction in house manners (no jumping, sit for visitor introduction, not aloud on furniture while a person is eating) ; will know sit for food, no chewing
* Conformation training continues (free stacking, hand stacking); will know teeth and toe checking and hand stacking on a table
* Conformation evaluation
* Temperament testing
* Retrieving skills report
* Sucess report
 
 
20-24 week toller puppies
 
* House trained
* Crate trained
* Continued education with loud noises, visitors, exposure to 'new' items and places
* Continued eduction in obedience (heel, stay); puppy will know look, touch, take it, leave it, sit, down, wait)
* Continued eduction in retrieving (started on the 'hold' command); puppy will be introduced to bumpers, canvas bumpers and wings
* Continued eduction on house manners (sit for introduction to visitors) ; puppy will know sit for food, no chewing, not aloud on furniture while eating, no jumping
* Conformation training continues (gait training, free stacking, hand stacking); will know hand stacking on a table
* Conformation evaluation
* Temperament testing
* Success report

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