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Intro to the Curly Coated Retriever

Country of Origin: England

Date of Origin: 1920’s
Original use: Hunting
Life Expectancy: 9-14 years
Weight: 32-41 kg (male), 23-32kg (female)
Height: 64-69 cm (male), 58-64cm (female)


Self-confident, steadfast and proud, this active, intelligent dog is a charming and gentle family companion and a determined, durable hunter. The Curly is alert, biddable and responsive to family and friends, whether at home or in the field. Of independent nature and discerning intelligence, a Curly sometimes appears aloof or self-willed, and, as such, is often less demonstrative, particularly toward strangers, than the other retriever breeds. The Curly’s independence and poise should not be confused with shyness or a lack of willingness to please. Developed in England, the Curly was long a favorite of English gamekeepers. Prized for innate field ability, courage and indomitable perseverance, a correctly built and tempered Curly will work as long as there is work to be done, retrieving both fur and feather in the heaviest of cover and the iciest of waters.


Information brought to Pups of Sydney by the Curly Coated Retriever Club of America the American Kennel Club

Images courtesy of Kaffegram

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