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  • Golden Retrievers Essay

    Why Golden Retrievers Make Excellent Family Pets My love of animals goes back to when I was a little girl growing up on my grandpa’s farm. We had most of your normal farm animals; pigs, cows, chickens, heck I even had my own pony. But none were more lovable and enjoyable than our family dog. This particular breed was a border collie and was incredibly intelligent, loyal, and friendly. She was a bit hyper but to a little girl of ten, was the source of entertainment for many years. Plus, she sparked a desire in me to become a life-long family dog owner. As a result, over the last twenty years I have owned and trained many breeds; German Shepherds, bird dogs, hound dogs, Chihuahuas, collies, and a few mixed breeds. I have loved all of my dogs…

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  • Golden Retriever Essay

    The Golden Retriever’s intelligence, temperament and athleticism make it the classic family companion. One of the top five smartest dogs in the world, Golden Retrievers are extremely intelligent and easy to train. The Golden Retrievers' intelligence makes them a versatile breed and allows them to fill a variety of roles – common ones being guide dogs for the blind, hearing dogs for the deaf, hunting dogs, detection dogs, and search and rescue participants.They are people-pleasers and will do…

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  • Essay On Golden Retriever

    Introduction Gold Retriever, also known as Gold, is one of the favorite and most beloved of all dog breeds. Known for its loyal and outgoing personality, the Golden Retriever calls many connoisseurs a "perfect dog." Over the years, Gold has changed very little, except that the lighter coat is becoming more and more popular. The golden retrimbers were recognized by the American Kennel Club as a member of the Sports Group in 1925. A mature male golden retriever should stand 23 to 24 inches at the…

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  • An Essay On Golden Retrievers

    One of the most popular dogs in the United States is a Golden Retriever. They are known for their retrieving skills and hunting. Although they are well-shaped dogs and are very loving to all welcoming families. They are very intelligent especially when learning tricks or potty training.These dogs are easily trained,athletic, are very healthy,and super playful. I have respect for Golden Retrievers because of their loyalty to their owners and their kindness. Golden Retrievers are very…

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  • Informative Essay On Golden Retrievers

    • The Golden Retriever breed was developed only during the late 19th century. • The Golden Retriever was first originated and developed in Scotland. • The person who first initiated the Golden Retriever into the world was Dudley Coutts Marjoribanks. He was popularly known as Lord Tweed Mouth. • The Golden Retriever belongs to the fourth smartest breed of dogs in the world. • The Golden Retriever are one of the most popular and much-loved dogs first in the United States of America, Australia,…

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  • Golden Retriever Research Paper

    6 Dog Breeds That Are Absolutely Great With Children If you have children in your home and are planning to bring in a new four-legged friend to keep them company, you need to be mindful about choosing a dog that is gentle and patient around children. As dogs coming from the same breed generally exhibit the same temperament, disposition and personality, the American Kennel Club recommends the following breeds for their tolerance and loving nature towards children: 1. Golden Retriever…

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  • Teagan Imler Character Traits

    The main thing I am going to try to teach Warrior is the word ‘Help,’ when Teagan says it that will be Warriors cue to go find someone to help Teagan,” Explained Warrior’s trainer Tracy Clapper. Tracy is the owner and operator of Wes-Trac Shepherds in Snake Spring, Pennsylvania where they breed and train purebred German Shepherds. For this purpose, however she chose to raise a purebred Golden Retriever. “Everyone knows my main breed is the German Shepherd, however they aren't the best breed for…

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  • Golden Retriever: A Short Story

    There's a house in Ohio that sits in the middle of the woods, about nine miles away from society. They all think it's a coincidence, the things that happened in there. In just a year or two from now, another family will move into that home and I'll bet all the money in my pocket that they will not last more than a month there. If they do somehow last any more than a month, I'm scared for what will happen to them. What will happen the their children. I'm writing this to prevent that. I moved…

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  • Kennedy's Short Story: The Haunted House

    were practically friends by the time she had left for college and her parents moved out. She knew one of them quite well. He used to leave her little toy cars in places only she would find them. They were just fixtures that she had eventually found comfort in: the whispers, the slamming doors, the cold chills at night. The chill she felt now was different. It seemed to sit in her bones. It followed her beyond the house. It was not just at night as she tried to curl up to sleep. It stayed with…

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  • Example Of Narrative Essay On Casey

    The hefty car door slammed, as my sister, Casey, and I treaded through the thick, fluorescent snow. My family and I had driven to our family friend’s house who had just returned home with their brand new puppy. “Con hurry up, she’s adorable!” said Casey as my 6 year old self still struggled to get through the thick, powdery snow. There was no help from my parents or anyone because a dog is definitely more important than your own son. However, I eventually reached the front door and felt the…

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