By Cal119 at English Wikipedia
Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retrievers are the smallest of the retrievers, yet they have some of the biggest hearts. Tollers are intelligent, outgoing and very affectionate. These busy dogs are always eager to please, and were bred to "toll" which means to frolic on the shoreline, in order to attract birds of hunters' interest.
You are sure to be amused by the antics of your Toller. These names celebrate the attributes that make the Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever one of the most charming family companions.
Names for Male Duck Tollers That Celebrate their Tolling HeritageBash
Sport (Sport'n Life)
Names For Female Nova Scotia Duck Tollers That Celebrate Their Ability To Lure Waterfowl
Jinx (High Jinks)
Monkee (Monkey Shines)
Unisex Names for Duck Tolling Retrievers
Female Copper Colored Names for The Little River Duck DogHere we celebrate the buff to copper tones of the Duck tollers coat. The African Savanna's golden grasses offer a variety of naming inspirations as do the deserts sands and beaches of the planet.
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Male Names for The Little Red Duck Dog
Murphy - As in Murphy's Irish Stout
Russell - Rusty
By Codymr at English Wikipedia
Famous Redhead Names for Female Tollers
Annie - Broadway Play
Bette - Comedian, singer and actress Bette Midler
Jessica - Jessica Rabbit of Who Framed Roger Rabbit
Lucy - We all love Lucy!
Molly - Molly Ringwald of the brat pack fame.
Pebbles - Flintstone
Pippi - Longstocking
Reba - McIntire
Rita - Hayworth, who starred in Gilda
Scully - X-Files
Wilma - The Flintstones
Famous Redhead Names for Male Duck Tollers
Archie - Comics
Axl - Axl Rose the red rocker
Bowie - The Man Who Fell to Earth
Cagney - James Cagney was a redhead - Who knew?
Caruso - David Caruso, star of CSI Miami
Conan - Late Night Host
Harry - As in Prince Harry
Norris - or just Chuck
Redford - Sundance Film Festival and so much more.
Rupert - Rupert Grint of the Harry Potter series.
Spencer - Hepburn's other half
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