A Comprehensive Site About The Remarkable Golden Retriever
There is nothing on this Earth quite as magical as a Golden Retriever! At least, that is our belief. My wife and I are die-hard fans of this breed. We have been blessed with being owned by 2 Goldens and it truly has been our privilege.
Anyone who has experienced this breed can likely understand and attest to the magic they bring with them. These dogs have an amazing ability to make us feel special. They bring out the best in everyone they interact with.
That is why we created this website -- to use our knowledge and love for this breed to help you better understand the pure magic of Golden Retrievers. This site has many tips on most aspects concerning Goldens--history, facts, the selection process, names, breeders, grooming, health and much more. We also guide you to other relevant information and resources.
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I would like to tell you a little bit about us. We are simply pet owners—we are NOT breeders, veterinarians or experts. However, we do have a true affinity for and loyalty to this majestic breed and would like to give you relevant, useful information to extend your knowledge and understanding about Goldens.
We hope you enjoy this site. It has something for everyone--whether you have little knowledge about dogs, are considering getting a puppy, searching for a breeder, or even if you are a seasoned dog owner looking for more detailed information. There are also plenty of puppy and doggy pictures for you to peruse. And don't forget to check out our store for Golden Retriever gifts.
So go ahead – surf the site! We hope you enjoy yourself and learn something about the Golden Retriever. Most of all we hope you get a better appreciation of this truly amazing and graceful breed.
A great way to deal with shedding in the car:
Don't forget to protect your Golden from fleas!
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Unique Custom Photo Gifts
The holiday season is approaching fast. If you are looking for gifts that will truly be valued and cherished, try getting gifts with photos of your darling Golden on them. You can get gorgeous customized products at a reasonable price at Zuniquely.com. We've even got an exclusive deal specially for our readers - the code "GOLDENSPECIAL" will give you $10 OFF any order of $35 or more. Maybe your special someone will like a cozy and warm photo blanket, or a custom phone case. Or maybe you want an adorable mousepad like the one we got made with Daizy's photo on it.
Photo Contest Winner for Spring 2015 - Lucy
Congratulations to Lucy! She is the winner of the photo contest for spring 2015. Lucy deserves an award, of course, for being so adorable, but so does her family for doing such a great job of adopting and rehabilitating Lucy! It's so nice that Lucy is now enjoying the wonderful life that she deserves! To enter your darling Golden into the photo-contest, please check out our Golden Retriever Photo Contest.
Bringing Home a New Dog?
Are you thinking of bringing home a new dog? Then a ton of questions must be going through your mind right now. Getting a new dog or puppy home without thinking this through can cause a lot of trouble and heartache. On the other hand, if you think through this carefully and make the right decision, you will have an amazing new family member, who will give you years of company, affection and love."Bringing Home Your New Dog" takes you through the various questions that you will need to answer before you decide on which dog to get home, as well as various steps you need to take before bringing home a new dog.
So the doorbell rings. And your dog, who is generally a well-behaved one, goes completely berserk. Now you find yourself trying to grab his collar to get him under control, so that you can actually open the door. And where in the world is the leash?...
If the above scenario sounds all too familiar, you are certainly not alone. For me, that scene is typically followed up by one of two outcomes. Either I spend ages finding the leash, all the while apologizing to the visitor, or I resort to opening the door and conversing with my visitor in the awkward "I'm hanging on to my dog's collar" position. Neither option leaves me feeling particularly good!