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Sadly, we need to rehome our beloved Golden Retriever. He’s a handsome, healthy, and strong dog who’s been with us since 10 weeks old. Lovely temperament, steady and calm in the home. Rarely barks, except to go out or come in, or for doorbell. Obedient to commands, with a wide vocabulary! Playful and extremely sociable with other dogs and visitors. Good with our young grandchildren. Initially reluctant in car though travels well after a short walk, especially with Classic FM. Successful overnight stay in kennels. Owner needs a foot op so can no longer give him the attention he deserves.
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Is the Golden Retriever the right pet for your lifestyle? Read our Golden Retriever Dog Breed Information. It is important to consider these facts to help you decide whether you are ready for long-term pet ownership.Golden Retriever Breed Information
Retriever breeds never fail to excel in field work or any dog sports. Two of the most popular retriever breeds are the Labrador and Golden retriever. Both dogs show uncanny ability as they stride with great speed and grace to different trails either in cold water or rough terrain. Undeniably, these dogs surpass the expectations of dogs as “just pets”.
As of 2013, there are 339 dog breeds in the world, according to Fédération Cynologique Internationale. With so many breeds, it can be hard to identify the best dog breed of them all. As such, we chose to identify the top 3 best canine pets according to certain categories. By doing so, you will be able to determine for yourself which breeds have superior qualities. Also, with this dog breed comparison, you will be able to identify which types suit you best.
Mason is a ten-year-old golden retriever from New England that almost lost his precious friend, Sid the Sloth, a soft toy. Despite being the dog’s favourite toy, Sid was often left outside after playtime.