It is believed that Lord Tweedmouth
in Scotland purchased the only yellow puppy that was born into a
litter of black Flat Coated Retrievers. He then developed the breed
with the aim of producing the lighter colour retriever, giving us
the Golden Retriever.
They are a well-mannered, intelligent dog with great charm. They
are easy to train but can tend to be big puppies sometimes. They
are very good with children, which make them great family pets.
regular brushing is needed to remove the constant shed of dead hairs.
Bath when needed.
they need quite a great deal of regular exercise, at least a long
daily walk and some off lead running. They love to swim.
This breed can be prone to hip dysplasia and eye problems and can
suffer skin allergies.
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