Toller O-litter

We got 6 puppies (3 girls and 3 boys) the 27th of August 2017.  The pups will be ready for active, loving homes the 21st of October. Link to the puppy blog with lots of pictures HERE!


Thank’s to Maria Sundsdal for the nice AD!


Adoreas Red Gossip Girl

C.I.E, DE CH, VDH CH, NL CH,NL Vet CH Europasieger, Bundessieger, Leipzigseiger
It’s Dog Latin Pride and Joy
Born: 08.05.2012
Sire: NUCH
Lauvstuas Jimmi Fox Taikapoika
Dam: NUCH SEU(U)CH DKUCH Danish Winner-13 Adoreas Red Caprice
Hips: A
Elbows: A (0)
PRA: B, CEA: A, DE: Clear
Eyes: Corneal Dystrophy (small spots)
Litters: 1
Gossip’s page: HERE
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Born: 13.11.2008 in Nederland
Sire: CH-Ch. Objibwa’s Sikor CaG
Dam: It’s Dog Latin Leafs Pepper and Sweet
Hips: A
Elbows: A (0)
PRA: A, CEA: A, DE: Clear, DM: Clear
Juvenile Addison’s Disease: Clear
Cleft Lip/Palate and Syndactyly: Clear
Eyes: Clear
Litters: 9
Fellows’s page: HERE!
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Mom to our upcomming O-litter is our sweet Gossip. She is an energic and happy dog that loves to live an active life. Everyting that she does, she does with passion and she is a fast learner. She is a very friendly dog that gets around with everyone.
She has trained agility for several years and is a fast girl.
Last autumn she started to train hunting, and she loves it. She is very promising despite she started traing that late (in life).
This spring she also started training blood tracking.
She is a really great working dog with big potential!
Gossip has done really well in the show ring. From her first puppy show to her last two BOB-wins in Denmark this summer. Her titles speaks for them selves.
Gossip is from a healthy litter of 8, were 3 are show champions and brother Goldebamse is a therapy dog and in elite class in Rally Obedience. Brother Geotellus is also a therapy dog, and he «works» as a school dog every day.  All the pups in our G-litter are great working dogs and companions for their owners. All of Gossip’s siblings is x-rayed free.
Gossip has one previous litter. Our successful K-litter. The will turn 2 year old in October. Kaizer is the only one that hasn’t been to the show ring yet, but all the others have taken Best Of Breed and CAC. 3 of them have CACIB from intermediate class. Kasey also has the junior winner tittel in Norway 16, Copenhagen and the Nordic tittel 2016.
All her puppies from her first litter are x-rayed free.

The chosen one for Gossip’s 2nd and last litter is the wonderful Fellow. Fellow is an 8 years young easygoing male. He is a happy, relaxed, open dog with a great will to please. He likes to work, but he also easily adjusts when there is no training. Fellow participate in practical hunting, he also works with dummies, but has a preference for wild.
As Gossip he has done really well in the show ring.
Fellow has been tested for Hips: A (Excellent), Elbows: Free, PRA, CEA, DE, JADD, CLPS, CP1, BUFF and DM are all clear.
Fellow has several litters in and around the Nederlands, and he is a proven quality stud dog. Fellow has 57 offspring, but none in Scandinavia as far as I know. The oldest are 5 years, the youngest 7 months old. So far all of his offspring are x-rayed free. That’s not bad! :-D

We think that Fellow complete Gossip in so many ways, so we are really looking forward to see what this combination brings!

Thank you so much Linda for letting us use your golden boy, and thank you to Vibeke for joining me to the mating trip to the Nederlands!


The puppies will preferably be sold to puppy buyers who want to work with their dog. Whether obedience, agility, tracking or hunting training. A Toller that uses both head and body is a happy Toller! Send us an e-mail at if you are interested.


All the pups shall have a name that starts with «O»!!! The puppy buyers decide the name, and we want the «O»-name to be their everyday name.


Vi søker flere delfôrverter, og helst på Sørlandet. Mer info HER! HER ble jeg intervjuet i Hundesport om det å være fôrvert.


Pedigree Adoreas Red O-litter:

C.I.E, DE CH, VDH CH, NL CH,NL Vet CH Europasieger, Bundessieger, Leipzigseiger
It’s Dog Latin Pride and Joy
CHVetCh. Javahill’s Cuppa Pikkinokka Can Ch. Torlan’s Abracken Beinn Breagh
Can Ch Pikkinokka’s Seaside Tempest
CHCh Objibwa’s Ghiisis Happy Trail’s Commander Douglas
CHCh/ Int.Ch/ Flottatjarns Prima Indaaji Trialer/sw500/BH1/SanH1/PD

It’s Dog Latin Leafs Pepper and Sweet

Riverbreeze Salty Pepper De Chawu SE VCH SE U(U)CH Solvingas Chaplin Af Jim Beam
SE VCH SE U(U)CH Duck Tail’s Wunja Av Sigil
The Rhineferry Tales of Indien Girl Voodoo of Great Pleasure
Vorenda of Great Pleasure
Adoreas Red Gossip Girl
Lauvstuas Jimmi Fox Taikapoika
Nitric Fox Approved
Atago The Spirit of Heyoka
Ankinova Thasha
Alcara-Taika Pippi Lauvstuas Pele’ Taikapoika
 NUCH NV-04-05
Sangfuglens Caramell
NUCH SEU(U)CH DKUCH Danish Winner-13 Adoreas Red Caprice
DKUCH SEU(U)CH Tuldahl’s Noah  NORDUCH NUCH DKCH SU(U)CH SV05 NORDV08 Lauvstuas Mascot Keehnu
Happy Trails Frieda Jenten
NUCH SEU(U)UCH Adoreas Red Alpha
NUCH SEU(u)CH Logrekroken´s Belle Kimba

Requirements for Adorean puppy buyers: Kennel Adorea only sell puppies to active people who have thought carefully trough what it means to have a Toller. The Toller is an active breed that I believe is not suitable for people who just want a calm family dog. The Toller is a cute and sweet dog, and many people therefore falls solely for it’s looks and size. The Toller is a dog that deserves to be worked with, and they will then be a more harmonious dog. You must be able to take a holyday or have the opportunity to bring your puppy to work the first time after delivery. The next few months you also must have arranged so that the puppy will not be home alone all day. You must check if anyone in the family are allergic before you even consider to buy a puppy. You must have time to activate and socialize your puppy so it gets the best conditions in life. You must afford to give the dog quality food, equipment, dog courses, vet visits, vaccinations and insurance. You must x-ray the dog for HD and ED at approx. 18 months of age, and bring the dog to the vet when he needs it. You must give the dog a good, caring, active and permanent home. The dog must become a part of the family. I also want to meet you before deciding whether you get a puppy. Both you and I must feel that it’s okay since we will be in touch for many years to come. Do you live very far north or abroad, we can use references. If you are on many puppy lists I would appreciate if you keep me informed about it, and let me know if you buy another puppy. We never know how many puppies there are, so nobody gets promise of a puppy before they are born. And we also want to see if they develop nicely the first week before we contact the ones on the puppy list. We put a lot of effort in socializing the puppies. They will meet all kind of people in all ages and sizes. Meet different dogs and other animals. They will also drive a lot of car so they will be confident with that on their journey to their new homes. From the birth to they are 2,5 weeks old they live in a puppy pen in a silent, calm room. From the age of 2,5 weeks and up to delivery they live in the living room. They will also spend a lot of time outside exploring lots of things, sounds and places. Kennel Adorea decide when the pups are around 7 weeks old who’s going to witch home. To help us make that choice easier, we have to know what you have planned to do with your dog. Go to shows, hunting training, agility, field tracking etc. The puppies will be delivered with: NKK`s (Norwegian Kennel Club) buyers contract, pedigree, veterinary certification, implanted ID tag as well as follow ups/contact with us as long as the dog lives. You can follow their everyday life from the birth up to delivery in a puppy blog. Here is the puppy blog from our last litter. I hope the buyers will send many pictures and information about their pups growing up. If you are interested in a pup from Kennel Adorea, send us an e-mail where you tell all about yourself (all the family members), just why you want a Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever, and what you want to do with your dog. What kind of life can you offer your dog?