Facts to Know about Golden Retriever

Golden Retrievers are medium-large dogs. A male Golden is about 23-24 inches tall (58-61 cm) and weighs between 27-32 kg. Females are comparatively smaller than male, but they still need space to move, being 20-22 inches tall (51-56 cm) and weigh between 25-32 kg.

You cannot leave your dog alone for more than 5-6 hours. Leaving your Golden by themselves all day will only make them suffer, which in time can generate depression, separation anxiety, and in some cases destructive behavior.

The Golden Retriever is famous for their chewing habits so provide them with resistant toys.

Golden Retrievers make the best family pets, as they take care of children and are always ready to obey their owners.

Golden Retrievers were developed to be hunting dogs, which mean they are athletic and smart dogs. They need regular exercise and mental stimulation.

Golden Retrievers are heavy shedders. You’ll find a lot of hair in all your belongings. Golden Retrievers also have a noticeable doggy odor and produce a lot of dander.

Some Golden Retrievers have a medium-length coat that’s not difficult to groom, while others have a heavier coat with lots of feathering. These latter dogs need regular grooming to comb out tangles before they become painful mats.

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