12 Realities New Golden Retriever Owners Must Accept

The Golden Retriever is a well-balanced, strong, active dog with a kind expression, gentle manner, and an alert and self-confident disposition.

He is trustworthy, friendly, and reliable; excessively shy or high strung dogs are atypical of the breed and usually the result of poor breeding practices or inadequate socialization.

Joy and loyalty wrapped in sunshine is the perfect description of the Golden Retriever, a top dog for families, handicapped owners, and obedience competitors.

The Golden Retriever lives to learn, to generate smiles, to romp with the children, and to please his owners. He's a bundle of canine cheer without an unkind bone in his body.

Brains as well as beauty, along with an innate need to please his owners is the Golden trademark even above his handsome appearance.

If you are considering to own a golden retriever, or you’ve just become a new golden retriever owner, there are some realities you do need to fully accept.

Check out the twelve realities new golden retriever owners must accept on the next page! …and if you already are a golden retriever owner, see if you can relate!

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