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about golden retriever puppies

First of all, it’s so good that you are wanting to learn more about Golden Retriever puppies before you decide to adopt one. The Golden Retriever, a cheerful Scottish gundog of great beauty, is one of America’s most popular dog breeds. They are great at hunting and fieldwork, as guides for the blind, and in search-and-rescue, enjoy obedience and other competitive events, and have an endearing love of life. In addition, the Golden Retriever is a sturdy, muscular dog of medium size, a breed hallmark for its dense, flowing golden coat that gives the breed its name. Goldens have a broad head, friendly and focused eyes, short ears, and a straight muzzle. Finally, Golden Retrievers have a merry walk with a smooth, powerful gait, and the feathery tail is carried.

Golden Retrievers are generally healthy dogs, and responsible breeders will screen their breeding stock for health conditions such as elbow and hip dysplasia; eye conditions, and certain heart diseases. The A Golden Retriever’s ears should be checked weekly for signs of infection, dried after being exposed to water, ponds, or rain, and the teeth should be brushed often. Recommended Health Tests from the National Breed Club: Hip Evaluation Elbow Evaluation Cardiac Exam Ophthalmologist Evaluation
Let's talk about that beautiful coat. Golden Retrievers heavily shed their thick, water-repellant double coat once or twice a year, and they also shed more moderately on a continuous basis. Most of the time, a good brushing-out with a slicker brush once or twice a week will remove much of the dead hair before it has a chance to fall onto the furniture. Brushing once a day is recommended during seasons of heavy shedding. Baths help to loosen the dead hairs. Wait until the dog is well dried before brushing. Otherwise, Goldens only need occasional baths to keep them clean. As with all breeds, the Golden Retriever's nails should be trimmed regularly.
Sporting breeds like Goldens need plenty of daily exercises. If your puppy does not get enough exercise, he's likely to engage in undesirable behavior. Golden Retrievers make great companions on long runs and bike rides, although it is recommended to talk with your Vet before starting strenuous or high-impact activities that might cause stress to the dog's bones and joints. Many Goldens enjoy getting their exercise on hunting trips or at field trials. or playing fetch with the family.
Golden Retrievers are outgoing, loyal, and eager to make you happy, which makes them very easy to train. Of course, early socialization and puppy training classes are recommended as it is with most breeds. Slowly exposing your puppy to a wide variety of people, places, and situations between the ages of seven weeks and four months should help your puppy develop into a well-mannered adult dog. Puppy training classes will help socialize your puppy and help the owner learn to recognize and correct any bad habits that may be developing. Obedience training strengthens the bond between dog and owner.


In fact, the Golden Retriever is wonderfully known for their beautiful coat and brilliant color. Their water-repellent coat makes them ideal water foal dogs. In addition, the Golden Retriever has flowing straight hair that’s medium in length and feathers from the tail, neck, and legs. The colors of the Golden Retriever’s coat can range from red golden, light golden, to cream.


Golden Retrievers are medium-sized dogs ranging in size from 21-22 in tall at 55-65 lb. for females and 23-24 inches tall at 65-75 lb. for males. In addition to, a deep chest and a broad head with medium-sized ears.


Golden Retrievers are eager to please, friendly dogs, and lack guard instincts. As well as, take well to strangers and are gentle. In addition, they are not known for barking but will occasionally let you know when someone is approaching the home. To sum it up, all these characters put together do not equal a good guard dog.


The Golden Retriever is not known for their aggression and will rarely bite unless it’s being threatened or scared. First off, we should put the power of a brilliant retriever chomp into viewpoint.  The Golden Retrievers’ max aggressive bite is measured at 190 PSI. Whereas, the chomping power of a human is somewhere in the range of 100 and 150 PSI. Comparatively, the most powerful bite coming from a Kangal is 743 PSI. In any case, a fun-loving nip from a Golden Retriever won’t have this sort of power.

Quite known for their friends-go-lucky personalities. Therefore, it may be no surprise that they are friendly to other people and animals. Making this breed a good choice for families with small children, service dogs, and multi-dog homes. As well as, gentle with children and affectionate.


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To begin with, all our puppies will complete Super Dog Training. Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) or Super Dog Program is a process developed by U.S. Military in their canine program that introduces mild stresses to very young puppies in a controlled way. In fact, helps stimulate the neurological system which improves the growth and development of the pup’s immune system, cardiovascular system, and stress tolerance. This is a proven method that has helped puppies to reach their maximum potential in health and disposition. Please click on the link below for more information about Super dog stimulation and how we incorporate it into our program in order to make sure each one of our babies is getting the best start in life.

Benefits of Early Neurological Stimulation

  1. Increased heart performance (heart rate)
  2. Healthy strong heartbeats
  3. Strengthens adrenal glands
  4. Better stress tolerance
  5. Stronger immune system
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