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Chesador - Information on the Dog Breed, Puppies, Breeders and Nature


The Chesador is a cross bred dog. It is a cross between the Labrador retriever and the Chesapeake Bay retriever. If a dog owner is trying to establish the temperament of Chesador puppies then they should simply check on the background and temperament of the parent dogs. Normally the characteristics displayed by the Chesador dogs will depend on the combination of characteristics displayed by the Labrador retriever and the Chesapeake Bay retriever.

Chesador Puppies, Breeders Nature and Information


The Chesador can also be termed as a designer dog and is not a purebred. It is quite common for Chesador breeders and other breeders to breed the multi generation crosses. The Chesador can be considered to be a real sporting dog and can be born in shades of yellow, black and brown. The normal weight of a Chesador dog will be between 55 pounds to 80 pounds. The Chesador dog breed are good as hunting dogs and are useful when taken hunting and also for retrieving. The Chesador dog can be rather aquatic and takes to the water quite happily, whether it is the sea, lake or backyard pool. They even survive well in icy lakes and rivers. One of the main reasons for this is that both the Chesador parents, the Labrador retriever and the Chesapeake Bay retriever, have webbed paws. Hence this comes in useful when they are trying to swim in the water. One can get ample Chesador information on Chesadors for sale online. In fact most Chesador breeders also put up their information regarding their puppies and dog maintenance guidelines online. This dog is mainly an outdoor dog and may not be as obedient as some other dog breeds.

When training a Chesador, one should use the clicker training method to train one’s dog. In fact when training a Chesador it is recommended that one train them when they are puppies.  The Chesador is essentially a rugged dog and can survive well in rough weather and also on rough terrain. However, though these dogs can be trained, they usually display some signs of reluctance during the process. When housing a Chesador it is normally advisable to keep them in large open areas. They do not like small enclosures or small apartments. This is mainly because these dogs prefer outdoor activities like hunting, playing or swimming to staying indoors. One should try and socialize one’s dog when they are young and this will help in ensuring that they are well balanced and good house pets. First time owners, who have never handled a dog before should preferably not opt for a Chesador.

 
  Submitted on October 7, 2011  
 
 
 
 
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