Golden Retrievers are such type breeds that may grow up in body but can’t come out from the cocoons of their childhood.
Golden Retrievers are fun loving and playful dogs.
They have puppy trends inherit. Though they grow up after certain times, but their puppy time behavior may not change.
They are mainly family dog. But used to finding in any game or competition too.
Golden Retriever is overall a healthy breed.
As they are child minded, they love to spend their time with children
A sweet, calm nature is the hallmark of Golden Retriever. This breed was developed to work with people, and having the tendency to satisfy with his owner.
Like every dog breed, the Golden Retrievers need to be early-socialized. It should be introduced to exposure to many different people, sights, sounds, and lots of experiences. So, when they’re young give them the good socialization training. Socialization will help to ensure that your Golden puppy will be a well-rounded dog when it grows up.
Color, Coat & Grooming:
Golden Retriever breed has a water-repellent outer coat which is dense as well as a thick undercoat. Some coats are may be wavy but some are may be straight. They also have heavy hairs on the back of the front legs and underbody, thighs only on the back side, and tail.
From their name, we can understand that this breed has golden sheds. Golden Retrievers shades moderately in the season of winter and summer, but heavily in the spring and fall.
You’ll have to take special care while raising a Golden puppy. These breeds of dogs grow very rapidly between the very early age of four and seven months. They do well on a high-quality as well as a low-calorie diet that keeps them from growing too fast.
Recommended daily amount for Golden Retrievers: 2 to 3 cups of high-quality dry food a day, divided into two meals.
As this breed sheds much, so you need to comb their hair every day. So, the damaged hair must get rid out quickly. Your Golden Retriever should take bath every week to keep them clean and without any bad smell. Brush the teeth of it to remove the bacteria and other germs that may cause of many diseases is their mouth. Daily brushing will be the best if you can. Trim the dog’s nails if they don’t fall down naturally. It may be 2 or 3 times in a month or whenever is needed.
With Children, family members and other pets:
In spite of being a large dog that is easily able to attack anyone, the GR does not seem to be annoyed with noise or any sounds that made by little children. If anyone doesn’t make irritate the dog, they are not harmful to attack them too. If he got proper training, he could be trustworthy to other pets like rabbit, cats, and birds, etc. too.