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Curly Coated Retriever: Breed Characteristics, Care & Exercise Needs
Group: Gun Dog, AKC Sporting Group
AKC Ranking: 137
Also Known As: Curly, CCR, Gamekeeper's
About Curly Coated Retriever
Country of Origin, History of the breed
The Curly-Coated Retriever
is an old breed probably created with a dash
of Irish Water Spaniel, another of Poodle
and possibly a bit of Newfoundland. The Curly
Coat first appeared in the show ring in England
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Description of the
The Curly-Coated Retriever
is a large, hardy, athletic retriever with
a distinctive crisp, thick, black coat of
tight curls. Only the face, hocks and front
of the legs are smooth.
The ideal Curly should be agile,
graceful, and strong, yet elegant. The body is slightly
longer than the height at the withers. The back
is strong and level. The limbs are muscular. The
head is wedge-shaped - longer than it is wide. In
black dogs the nose is black and in liver dogs the
nose is amber or brown. The smallish ears are pendant.
The eyes are either black or chestnut. The tail
reaches approximately to the hock and is carried
inches (63-69 cm.)
pounds (29-36 kg.)
The Curly-Coated Retriever is easy
to get along with, loyal, proud, mischievous, sensitive,
very intelligent, independent, confident and eager
to please. The Curly-Coated Retriever is affectionate,
loving, and excellent with children. This breed
tends to be reserved and even timid with strangers
if not properly socialized. They make good therapy
Curly-Coated Retrievers make an
ideal partner for an active, outdoor-oriented person,
a loyal family companion and a good, protective
watchdog. This breed does not fully mature until
it is about three years old.
The Curly-Coated Retriever is not
recommended for apartment life. They do best with
at least a large yard. If kept as a pet, Curlies
need to be part of the family and not left alone
outside in the yard all day.
The Curly Coated Retriever likes
exercise as it was bred for athleticism and endurance
in the field. They should be taken out fir daily
walks or jogs. A Curly is an intelligent dog and
is happiest when it has adequate exercise, mental
stimulation and play.
Curlies are great dogs for active
sports such as hunt tests, flyball, and dog agility
trials as they love the outdoors, working with people,
and activities of any kind. They are excellent swimmers
and retrievers. They need early, gentle, but firm
obedience training. They can do well in competitive
obedience and agility but are not too predictable.
The curly coat of the Curly-Coated
Retriever is easy to care for. It should be washed
to keep it free of mats but brushing and combing
will make the coat frizzy. The coat should be wetted
after grooming to resume the curls. Some minimal
scissoring may be desirable to tidy up scraggly
hairs. It does need regular brushing during its
shedding seasons, especially in the Spring. This
breed is an average shedder.
· Hip dysplasia
· Eye problems such as cataracts, corneal
dystrophy, distichiasis, entropion, ectropion, or
· Cardiac problems
· Glycogen Storage Disease (GSD)
Life Expectancy: 8-12 yrs.
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