Facts about Chesapeake Bay Retrievers Edit


The Chesapeake Bay Retriever is a large-sized breed of dog belonging to the Retriever, Gundog, and Sporting breed groups. Members of the breed may also be referred to as a Chessie, CBR, or Chesapeake. The breed was developed in the United States Chesapeake Bay area during the 19th century. Historically used by area market hunters to retrieve waterfowl, it is primarily a family pet and hunting companion. They are often known for their love of water and their ability to hunt. It is a medium to large sized dog similar in appearance to the Labrador Retriever. The Chesapeake have a wavy coat, rather than the Labrador's smooth coat. They are described as having a bright and happy disposition, courage, willingness to work, alertness, intelligence, and love of water as some of their characteristics.

Coat colors Edit

  • Tan
  • Light Brown
  • Dark Brown
  • Brown
  • Deadgrass
  • Sedge

Temperament Edit

Happy, Intelligent, Affectionate, Dominant, Protective, Quiet, Affectionate and family-oriented, Bright, sensitive, perceptive

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