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Buying A Golden Puppy
We all know that Golden Retrievers are beautiful, obedient,
and make great family pets and hunting dogs. Goldenís also make
great guide dogs for the blind, narcotic detection dogs, and even
tracking dogs for finding missing people. Although there are many
other dog breeds out there, Golden Retrievers remain one of the most
versatile and most astonishing breeds that you can get.
Before you rush out and buy a Golden Retriever puppy, you should
first take the time to learn a bit more about the breed. You can
attend dog shows, meet with various owners of Golden Retrievers, and
even go to your local kennel club. Most people who own Golden
Retrievers are extremely proud of them and will be more than happy
to share their enthusiasm with you.
When you buy youíre Golden Retriever puppy, itís always a great idea
to buy from a backyard breeder or local puppy mill. Backyard
breeders are normally the best way to get a Golden puppy, as they
know and care a lot about the breed in general. Although you can
always go to a reputable breeder, backyard breeders arenít just in
it for the money - they actually care about their dogs and want you
to get the best Golden possible.
You can also visit the Golden Retriever Club of America and their
local member clubs, as they can supply you with a list of breeders
in your area. If these breeders donít have any Goldenís for sale
themselves, they will be more than willing to help you find what
youíre looking for. This way, you can get a Golden from a very
Whatever you do, you should never rush into buying a Golden
Retriever. You should always take your time, and have a little bit
of patience. When you buy your puppy, you want a healthy puppy who
will grow up to be a fine testament of the breed. By taking your
time and making a careful decision, you can save yourself a lot of
time and money later on down the road.
Golden puppies that are poor quality, are normally produced by
breeders who just want to have a litter or breeders who are just
looking for the profits and care very little about giving thoughts
to looks, quality, or temperament. If you buy a puppy from either of
these breeders, youíll more than likely end up with a puppy who has
poor health, poor temperaments, and even disqualifications in breed.
When you get your puppy, you should always think long term. Only buy
from a quality breeder, and you shouldnít have anything to worry
about. Always remember that you arenít just buying a Golden
Retriever puppy - you are buying a companion and a friend for life.
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Trixie. And Dewey the library cat keeps climbing the book list.
VIDEO: Hampton fire dog's job is to sniff out arson (The
HAMPTON Hampton Fire and Rescue‚Äôs newest arson investigator has a
shiny badge of her own and a nose that‚Äôs powerful enough to detect a few
drops of gasoline in a burned up house. Taylor, a shiny black Labrador and
golden retriever mix,¬†on Thursday paused for an interview and video along
with¬†her human partner,¬† Investigator Jesse Gomes.
Pup pleases pupils with weekly visits (Howell Tri Town News)
PLUMSTED ‚ÄĒ A pilot program that uses a 4-year-old golden retriever
is being tested to determine if animal-assisted therapy will benefit
Businesses cannot turn away people with service animals (The
At our law firm, we have an 11-month-old puppy that comes to work
every day. His name is Martin, and he is a cross between a Labrador
retriever and a golden retriever.