Caring for a red Golden Retriever includes allowing it to spend a lot of time indoors with the family, training it faithfully, providing regular grooming and giving it plenty of vigorous exercise. Because red Golden Retr... More »

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Petfinder.com, Adopt-a-Pet.com and Animalleague.org are all websites where people can adopt golden retrievers. These websites feature golden retrievers and other dogs from all around the country that are currently availa... More »

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Although feeding amounts should be adjusted according to metabolism and activity, an average adult Golden Retriever should be eating about 2 cups of premium food each day. It is advisable to divide this between two mealt... More »

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Black golden retriever puppies need a high-protein diet without rich fillers and artificial ingredients, frequent grooming and plenty of vigorous exercise. Though they mature slowly, they can be trained at an early age b... More »

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Golden retrievers can have partially black tongues. While the Chow Chows and Shar-Peis are commonly-known breeds with fully black tongues, many other purebred dogs, or dogs with mixed heritage, can have black spots or se... More »

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Golden retrievers live about 10 to 12 years. Golden retrievers are gentle with children, obedient, intelligent and devoted, and they are considered one of the most desirable breeds of dog. More »

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Golden retrievers were developed in the 1800s by Baron Tweedmouth in Scotland but were not officially recognized as a breed until 1925. Since then, golden retrievers have enjoyed an extraordinary amount of fame in the Un... More »

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