Q&A: What is the correct translation for “Golden Retrievers” in Spanish?

Question by Airworthy: What is the for “” in ?
From what I remember Spanish-speakers sometimes simply use the term “ ,” but I’m looking for a more appropriate term. The other alternative is “perro cobrador,” unfortunately I’m not sure how to make the word plural.

Do any know how to make the term plural, or know of a more appropriate term?
Muchas gracias.

Best answer:

Answer by Millie
perro perdiguero

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    • Gabriela Lalala
    • November 25, 2013

    I’m from Spain, and I would say ‘Labrador’ (plural: ‘labradores’) instead of ‘perro cobrador’, talking about a golden retriever.

    • Spot On Old Chap!
    • November 25, 2013

    To make it plural, you simply say:
    Los perros cobradores

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