About the Golden retriever !


If you chose a Golden retriever you will find a faithful and true friend. This breed has
endless loyalty for the family members and joyful temperament. The Golden retriever
soon became one of the most popular breed around the word.
Not by chance!


Why so many people love the Golden retriever?

Cause this canine is

- Intelligent
- Excellent

- Playful

- Non-aggressive,

- Obedient,
happy to learn and easy to teach,

- Great
guide and drugs searcher dog

- Diligent, fast,
loves to swim,

- Well match with children,

- Beautiful
and elegant

  Golden retrievers were first accepted for registration by The Kennel Club of England in 1903, as Flat Coats – Golden. They were recognised as a breed described as Retriever (Golden and Yellow) in 1911. The breed was granted separate breed status in 1913.

    Rumour has it the Golden retriever improvements starts at the middle of the 1800s. Baron Tweedmouth takes credit for the development of the Golden retriever. He had a Tweed Water Spaniel female dog, Belle. In 1865 he had purchased one of a yellow-coloured Retriever from a Wavy Coated Retriever litter. The dog name was Nous.  In 1868, this cross produced a litter that included four pups; these four became the basis of a breeding program.

 Tweesmouth's idea was an ultimate hunting dog. His vision included a more vigorous and powerful dog than previous retrievers, one that would still be gentle and trainable. One that unstoppable with forests lakes and scrubs. This abilities functioning in the genes till nowadays so many people thinks when the golden retrievers born they immediately know what their fathers had known without any further training. Of course this is not true. Most golden retrievers are high energy and need plenty of exercise. The best age for start the dog training is 6-7 month old. In these trainings our dog learns amenability and obedience and the trainers draw out the hidden hunter skills. The best job for a golden is “apporting” when he could bring something back for his owners. In these moments the dog feels himself a hero. The puppies often bring different kind of items to the humans until they receive smiles or applause. The Retrievers has extraordinarily mellow bites. They can hold an egg without crunching it. If we don’t like the hunting idea, we have a lot of other opportunities. The breed's intelligence and versatility suit the dogs well for a variety of roles including dog agility or dog dancing, guide dog for the blind, hearing dog for deaf people, hunting dog, illegal drug detector, and search and rescue participant. The golden retrievers are not suitable for security guard work because of their gentle attitude. But that loyal temperament is why golden retrievers are popular family pets. They don’t like solitude so the kennels are contradicted.