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Curly-coated Retriever, Newfoundland or St. John's Dog?

Most of you reading this have likely encountered at least one version of the history of the Newfoundland, the Labrador, the Flat-coated retriever, and, of course, the curly-coated retriever breeds. The history of these breeds usually goes something like this: dogs of a native Canadian breed, usually dubbed the St. John's dog or the Newfoundland, were exported to England to create the breeds now known as Labrador and Flat-coated retrievers.

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