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Chesador Breed Information


Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
Mispellings: Chesdadore, Cheasdor

Living with a Chesador

Family Dog: The Chesador is a great family dog. They do well with children and other pets.

Shedding: The Chesador sheds all year around, especially in the fall and spring.

Grooming: The Chesador needs occasional brushing.

Training: The Chesador is an intelligent dog who learns quickly using positive techniques.

Behavior: The Chesador is a high energy, affectionate, protective, loving dog. They can be heavy chewers and make excellent retrievers. They can become stubborn and willful if spoiled.

Barking: The Chesador has a powerful sounding bark. With proper training the barking of the Chesador can be very managable.

Exercise: The Chesador loves the outdoors. They can walk longer than you can and love playing fetch.

Physical Ability: The Chesador is a strong, athletic, enduring and fast dog.

Living Conditions: The Chesador should have a large yard as they love to spend time outdoors.

Chesador Appearance

Appearance: The Chesador is a large dog with floppy ears and a lean, muscular, retriever build. They have a thick, curly, shiny medium length, dark coat.

Size: A fully grown Chesador weighs between 50 to 80 pounds.

Companionship: The Chesador makes an excellent, affectionate, loving companion dog.

Eyes: The Chesador may have the gold Chessie or brown eyes.

Ears: The Chesador has large, floppy ears.

Body: The Chesador has a lean, muscular, retriever build.

Gait: The Chesador has long, ground covering strides.

Tail: The tail is slightly curved and covered in long hair.

Coat: The Chesador has a thick, coarse, shiny dark brown or black coat with wavy long hair on their back.

Chesador Health

Health: The Chesador has a Labrador shaped head with a kind expression.

* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
*** It is important to do research on your dog's history before choosing a dog. We are dedicated to providing the most accurate information possible about each breed.

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