Also make certain you ask any breeder for health clearances that relate to the breed you decide on. For Tollers go to http://toller-l.org/tollerdata/default.asp before acquiring a puppy. If you are not comfortable with a kennel's response to your health inquiries, move on. There are a number of reputable breeders to pick from.
Above is Chablis (left) and Rondinella (right and now called Zoey) at 5 weeks.
Perhaps your situation opens you to the possibility of "rescuing" a Toller in need. Go to toller.ca/rescue.html to learn more. Many purebred organizations have similar programs. Or if you do not need a purebred dog we strongly urge you to consider going to your local pound. These organizations have many suitable options for your family. Google SPCA and your home province or country to learn more.
One last thought; do your homework and beware of improper breeding methodology and the peddler of dogs from puppy-mills. Google “oprah puppy mills” to watch on video on why you must avoid puppy-mills and Google "pedigree dogs exposed" a BBC documentary explaining the potential pitfalls of breeding just for for looks.
To the left is Chianti (left and now called Taylor - see above at 6 months), Brunello (centre & now called Sunny - see above at 6 months) and Syrah (right) at 4 weeks of age.