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Chessies can be aggressive toward strange dogs, but should get along fine with other family dogs ...
Chessies can be aggressive toward strange dogs, but should get along fine with other family dogs and cats if they’re raised with them. 
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Always teach children how to approach and touch dogs, and always supervise any interactions betw ...
Always teach children how to approach and touch dogs, and always supervise any interactions between dogs and young children to prevent any biting or ear or tail pulling on the part of either party. Teach your child never to approach any dog while he&# ...
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In general, Chessies love kids but won’t put up with a lot of harassment, instead preferri ...
In general, Chessies love kids but won’t put up with a lot of harassment, instead preferring to walk away. They can, however, be possessive of food and toys, which can make them a poor match for homes with young children. They are protective of ...
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Like most retriever breeds, Chessies shed heavily. Brush the coat weekly with a rubber curry bru ...
Like most retriever breeds, Chessies shed heavily. Brush the coat weekly with a rubber curry brush to remove dead hair and distribute the skin oils throughout the coat. Regular brushing will help keep loose hair on the brush and off your clothes and f ...
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Occasionally the Chessie may have a white spot on the chest, belly, toes, or back of the feet im ...
Occasionally the Chessie may have a white spot on the chest, belly, toes, or back of the feet immediately above the large pad. 
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