BUTTERBLAC GOLDEN RETRIEVERS
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The Golden Retriever was developed in Scotland by Sir Dudley Majoribanks in the mid-19th century by crossing wavy-coated Retrievers with the Tweed Water Spaniel and probably the Irish Setter and the Bloodhound. The Golden Retriever was first recognized as a Breed in England in 1913.
The Golden Retriever exhibits a temperament that is sound and shows the mental traits of intelligence, trainability, a willingness to please and a retrieving aptitude.
Because of this the Golden Retriever is a superior choice for the weekend hunter or field enthusiast, as well as for the owner who wants to embrace one of more of the many performance sports in which the Breed excels: obedience, agility, rally, flyball, tracking or scent hurdling.
Being friendly, reliable and trustworthy, the Golden Retriever has few equals as an excellent family pet, especially for children. Although an active retriever, the Golden adapts well to both rural and urban households.
Only occasional bathing and minimum grooming is required.
Doug Windsor & Wendy Schira
Cambridge, Ontario Canada
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