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Golden Retriever


History of the Golden Retriever Dog Breed

  This dog breed, which appeared on the stage of history in the 19th century, appeared around Scotland. The Golden Retriever was a retriever named “Nous”, the only yellow puppy of the west in Brighton in 1865. Wavy Coated Retriever was obtained by crossing Newfoundland and Irish Setter. 

  “Nous” was an excellent swimmer and quickly adapted to hunting activities in Guisachan. In 1868, “Nous” was mated with a female dog named Tweed Water Spaniel race “Belle”, which is now extinct. “Belle” was obtained from David Roberson, who lives in the town of Ladykirk, near the river Tweed. “Belle” gave birth to 4 yellow female offspring from her mating with “Nous”. These four puppies, named “Island”, “Primrose”, “Crocus” and “Cowslip”, form the roots of the Goldens of Lord Tweedmouth.

The character of the Golden Retriever Dog Breed

  It would not be wrong to define the golden retriever breed dogs with their smart, well-behaved, caring, educative, and reliable words. The Golden is a complete family dog. They can easily communicate with family members, their friendly and protective attitudes towards children and babies make them perhaps the most preferred family dog ​​in the world.

  In addition to these good natures, it is also necessary to mention the bad character structures, which depend entirely on the attitude of their owners; When they are left loveless and alone, they begin to misbehave. They need a constant activity as they are a mobile and active dog breed, otherwise, you may encounter an opposite situation. Due to their extremely warm-blooded structures, they have almost no potential to become watchdogs. They are skilled in hunting, and can easily work in swamps, wetlands, and land.

Training of the Golden Retriever Dog Breed

  Having many abilities and high intelligence, golden retrievers can be successfully trained and commissioned in many subjects. Some of those

– Tracing,

– Hunting,

– Bringing the shot hunt,

– Narcotic dog,

– Explosive and bomb disposal dog,


– guide dog

  In terms of education, this dog breed, which has the 4th place in the intelligence level of the world of dogs, is very successful and they do well. The Goldens are also a helpful dog breed in childcare, as they are very loyal to their owner, family members.

Care of the Golden Retriever Dog Breed

  This dog breed loves food, activity, sports, or even swimming, so basically what you need to pay attention to is the daily combing of the hair (upper and lower hairs) and you should adjust your daily meal amount, otherwise, they may be overweight and in this case, It can create hip problems. In seasonal changes, hair loss is normal and should not be feared and it should be ensured that it is fed by considering this issue in nutrition.

Nutrition of the Golden Retriever Dog Breed

  Adult golden retrievers, weighing about 25 – 35 kg, are active and working-class dogs, so they need to be fed according to their life status (how active? Does it work? Puppies? Old?). Products suitable for long hair structures should be preferred and it should not be forgotten that the more active these dogs, the better the protein rate should be preferred, these breed-specific dog foods are included in some brands.

Royal Canin Adult Golden Retriever Special Dog Food

Royal Canin Yavru Golden Retriever Dry Food

Eukanuba Golden Retriever Adult Dog Food

These products are food produced by some special brands in the Golden Retriever breed. Apart from these, golden ones like chicken and red meat products more, they may not be willing to fish. Since they are considered as medium race or large race, the grain size of the dog food taken should be preferred a little larger and excessive eating should be prevented and a controlled diet should be provided.

  There are also some vitamins and minerals needed in nutrition, some of which are;1 – For the protection of joints; glucosamine and chondroitin2 – Fire suppressant; Omega 3 fatty acids and manganese3 – To prevent cell structuring and cell destruction; antioxidants4 – To protect muscle structure and body weight; reduced oil required (10-15%), L-Carnitine (fat burner)5 – For slow digestion; Barley

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