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Chatham Hill Retriever

Recognized By: DBR , DDKC , IDCR
   
AKA: Chattie, Miniature Retriever
   
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Living with a Chatham Hill Retriever

Personality: The Chatham Hill Retriever is a playful, loyal dog.

Family Dog: The Chatham Hill Retriever makes a good family dog.

Shedding: The Chatham Hill Retriever is a low shedding dog as such they are not considered a Hypoallergenic dog and may not be good for people suffering from pet allergies.

Training: The Chatham Hill Retriever can be trained easily using consistant, positive reinforcement techniques.

Behavior: The Chatham Hill Retriever displays the behavior of a typical Retriever.

Exercise: The Chatham Hill Retriever requires at least 20 to 30 minutes of exercise daily.

Living Conditions: The Chatham Hill Retriever should have a yard and will not do well in an apartment.

Chatham Hill Retriever Appearance

Appearance: The Chatham Hill Retriever resembles a small Retriever.

Size: The Chatham Hill Retriever will stand between 20 to 23 inches tall and weigh between 35 to 45 pounds when fully grown.

Eyes: The eyes of the Chatham Hill Retriever can be amber or black in color.

Tail: The tail of the Chatham Hill Retriever is long with feathering.

Color: The coat of the Chatham Hill Retriever can be black, brown or yellow in color.

Coat: The Chatham Hill Retriever has a flat to slightly wavy coat.

Chatham Hill Retriever Facts

Life Expectancy: The average life expectancy of the Chatham Hill Retriever is 13 to 16 years.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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