The purpose of this article is to improve the public’s knowledge about dogs, the Golden Retriever in particular. Many people decide that they want a dog based off of appearance alone. While this may not be a terrible thing to do if the person has the ability to accommodate all types of dogs, for some individuals the care for specific types of dog breeds is not possible. The best way to avoid any surprises after the adopting or purchase of a dog is to understand the breed and what it takes to care for it. We will go over some of the basic characteristics of the Golden Retriever to help you get a better understanding of the Golden Retriever as a breed and possibly a new addition to your family.
The Golden Retriever is possibly the most all- around, good natured dog on earth. The golden is known for its talents in many things from being great guide dogs for the blind, to sniffing out drugs and retrieving hunted animals. The best attribute of this breed is their gentle demeanor and unwavering, sweet temperament.
Standing about 24 inches and weighing about 75 lbs, the Golden Retriever is a large dog which must get a lot of high quality food and regular exercise to keep their waist line in check.
This breed is not very demanding in the grooming department, just routine maintenance. Since this is such a popular breed it has lent itself to a lot of over breeding by people who are not necessarily committed to producing a high quality animal.
Be sure to buy from a reputable breeder so that you can ensure that all of the fantastic qualities of the Golden Retriever, both physical and behavioral, and displayed by your new companion. We hope that we have assisted you I your quest for knowledge and understanding of the Golden Retriever. Please look below for some additional resources. The first thing you will want to do is see what the Golden Retriever looks like. The next thing you will need to do is house train your Golden Retriever. We find that one of the most common reasons that someone will get rid of Golden Retriever’s is that they are not house trained.
The key to success is to love your Golden Retriever and nothing will help you achieve that more than bonding with them. Spend time with your Golden Retriever and make them a happy and healthy addition to your family.