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$850.00

Puppy ID#: 6248870

Available: Ready!

Mom’s Weight: 50 – 55 lbs

Dad’s Weight: 75 – 80 lbs

Registry: AKC

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Description

Hi! I am looking for my forever family. I am looking for someone who enjoys the little things in life like cuddling on the couch, playing catch in the yard, and just hanging out on the porch. I promise to be the best friend you have ever had. We will love being us, not needing a lot to make us happy, but just being together, loving each other. If this sounds like what are looking for too then please make me yours forever! I just know we are a match made in heaven.

The Golden Retriever (also known as Yellow Retriever) has one of the most well documented and successful breeding histories among dogs. It was bred in England in the 1800’s to push through heavy foliage and swim in cold water for long distances, gently retrieving game. Golden Retrievers were brought to America in 1900 and first recognized as a distinct breed in 1912. They went quickly from being a well-liked hunting dog to a fashionable show and obedience dog, to an extremely popular pet.

5 Best Golden Retriever Dog Names (Male & Female)

You have just welcomed a new Golden Retriever into your family and want to pick just the right name for this lovable, playful, and perfect friend. Choosing the right name for them and your family can be quite challenging.

In this article we have categorized the names to make it easier for you to choose the name that suits your Golden Retriever. We have a large selection of names that fit the appearance, gender, or traits of any Golden Retriever

Most Popular Golden Retriever Names

Charlie Scout
Cooper Rosie
Bailey Jack
Bella Honey
Daisy Milo

Size

The Golden Retriever has a shoulder height of 51-61 cm (20-24 in) and weighs 25-34 kg (55-75 lbs). Golden Retrievers have a broad, rounded skull, short ears, round feet and thick, flat tails. They have black noses and kind, brown eyes.

Coat

The Golden Retriever has a double coat which comes in various shades of gold or cream (it should not be red). The outer coat is smooth, wavy and water resistant and the undercoat is thick, soft, and weather resistant. The tail and legs have longer hair. The Golden Retriever sheds heavily.

Character

The Golden Retriever is very noble, self-confident, sensitive, intelligent, and adaptable. They are one of the world’s most popular pets and make great companions. Golden Retrievers are sturdy, strong, and kind, known for their adeptness at hunting and their strength of character. Golden Retrievers bark infrequently, but do bark when startled, making them poor guard dogs.

Temperament

Golden Retrievers easily get along well with their friends and companions, but can be belligerent with unknown visitors. They get along especially well with children, with whom they are gentle and patient. They are also friendly with other dogs and other household pets. The Golden Retriever is very devoted to family, and eager to please. The Golden Retriever is simply loving and loveable!

Care

The Golden Retriever requires regular grooming with a brush and comb at least twice a week. The ears should always be kept clean. The Golden Retriever should not be kept outdoors. If they are left alone frequently or for extended periods of time, they will become unhappy and mischievous. Skin allergies may occur, and should be examined by a veterinarian immediately. Golden Retrievers live 10-12 years.

Training

The Golden Retriever is particularly easy to train. They are very sensitive to harsh treatment, so excessive strictness is not recommended. They learn very quickly and are extremely adaptable, making them perfect for therapy or service jobs. Golden Retrievers can learn many tricks and will remember what they are taught for the rest of their lives. Obedience classes are recommended.

Activity

Golden Retrievers have above average needs for exercise, although they will adapt themselves to the exercise habits of your family. The Golden Retriever requires frequent human interaction. It should be challenged with obedience lessons or allowed to retrieve or play active games. Golden Retrievers tend to be more active in the morning and at night than in the middle of the day.

 

 
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