A Golden Retriever Might be the Right Addition to Your Family

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A Golden Might be the Right Addition to Your Family

Selecting the right dog breed for you and your family is an important decision.  There are several hundred from around the world so your choices are virtually limitless.

The categorized the different by groups with each group having distinguishing characteristics that are shared by all the breeds in it.  The Golden Retriever is in the Sporting Group.

The is made up of some of the oldest and most popular dog breeds.  Many of the dogs in this category were bred for hunting although most people who own sporting dogs only keep them as , rather than hunters.  The hunting traits, however, create some of the most enjoyable aspects of owning a .  Goldens are natural retrievers, so you can enjoy them fetching a tennis ball for what seems like forever.  Another trait is their , making sporting dogs enthusiastic and responsive partners.

The Golden Retriever was bred to be tough and strong.  Don’t let the happy, silly face fool you.  While any Golden will delight in lazing around the house or wrestling on the floor with your family, the dog breed is particularly adept in the field.

As puppies, Goldens are full of energy and can be especially mouthy. Make sure you direct your puppy’s to chew to appropriate chew toys. Remember, puppies aren’t fussy and don’t discriminate. A works as well for them as a sterilized bone. Goldens are very trainable, athletic, and good-natured. They have a to please. You can find them performing with tails wagging and eyes shining in the obedience, agility, and fly ball arenas. They are also excellent with children.
The Golden Retriever is generally light yellow to deep golden honey in color. The coat tends to get a little deeper in color after the first year. They tend to be about twenty- tall at the withers (shoulders), with females being slightly shorter. Their coat should be long and either flat or wavy. They’ll need to be brushed properly or their coat will form thick mats

So, if you are looking for a loyal companion that will be great with kids or adults, you should definitely find a local breeder and spend some time getting to know a Golden.


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