Building the Perfect Dog: The Golden Labrador Retriever?

It has been known long that some mixes seem to do better than their parents of either breed. It’s a matter of finding which breeds cross best with other breeds. Many of these even go on to become established breeds by themselves. One of the most successful crossbreeds in is seen in the Labrador/ puppy, known also as Golden Labrador Retrievers. Even at an early age, they readily show the best of both the and the Golden Retriever.

The Perfect ?

Both Labrador and Golden Retrievers are dogs that love to be around people and are eager to please. Keep in mind that not every one is alike, and bad training will always make for a bad, fearful dog (regardless of breed), but on the whole, a Labrador/Golden Retriever puppy is a born people pleaser. They are fascinated by people and seem to identify with them. They also have a lot of strength and , which comes in good for service and dogs.


According to service dog experts and that train seeing eye dogs in England, the best dog for the job is a Labrador/Golden retriever crossbred. There is a strict breeding program run in England by Guide Dogs to raise dogs to be seeing eye dogs. A Labrador/Golden Retriever puppy is first tested at about eight weeks of age to see what his is like.

A seeing eye is never really over. Often times the will fail their training and be put up for as a pet. To take a Labrador/Golden Retriever puppy and turn out a dependable life-saver costs an average of $70,000 (US). They work until old age or illness forces them to retire, and then they are placed in care homes for the rest of their days.

Other Facts

Many information websites will tell you that a will always be yellow, which is not always the case. Occasionally a dark puppy will be born. You can register your Labrador/Golden Retriever puppy with the American Canine Hybrid Club.

Each day, there is a newborn Golden / puppy who makes that first step to being a specially trained service dog. They all can rescue us from ourselves and our selfishness and help give our souls back to ourselves.

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