Golden Retriever

Golden Retriever

Description

The Golden Retriever is a dog of high intelligence, polite and honest and always willing to please those around him. One of those dogs that never bite, very patient and understanding with children and around them. He likes to constantly learn new things through activities. Loves swimming and strolls on the beach. It is a companion dog, overly trustworthy with children, helps blind people, the police, investigations of missing persons, finding survivors.

His favorite activity is to run and play with other dogs or people. He is very close with the family and of course, loves children. If you want to buy a dog for a guard, then the Golden Retriever is definitely not one. His character is so good that it reaches the loss of sense of the threat. Generally, it gets well along with other dogs and other animals. He might have little difficulty with cats, but it's generally not a problem. He loves to entertain others and through that, he also delights himself. No matter how big he grows, this dog remains a puppy for his whole life. Wonderful creature and owners are lucky to have a partner like that in their lives.

History of Golden Retriever

It is believed that Golden Retriever is Labrador's descendant, improved from the junction with the monochrome Yellow Retriever from Newfoundland and the Scottish Water Spaniel, or that it originated from the Bloodhound junction with the Russian Yellow Retriever used in Scotland to collect the wounded prey. The breed, with its current characteristics, was finalized in England in the nineteenth century. One of the most popular pets now, previously used to hunt aquatic birds.

Health and Care

Golden Retriever is prone to hip dysplasia, but also to eye diseases such as cataracts. It often displays heart disease, such as cardiomyopathy and aortic stenosis, as well as cancer. Its coat is easy to care for and needs to combing once a week. You should pay attention to its diet, the quantity and quality of the food, as it is prone to obesity.

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