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    Golden Retrievers Essay

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    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

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    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 anything for a…

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    Labrador Retriever Test

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    There have been numerous situations that have utilized my character and intelligence in the decision making process. However, a decision that I made during a hunt test with my Labrador retriever demonstrated important decision making skills whilst utilizing my character and intelligence. To commence, a hunt test is a competition in which your dog fetches game birds shot by a hunter. However, a hunt test incorporates agility and obedience throughout the competition, and dogs are scored…

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    In the midst of the Great Expedition and Abraham Lincoln elected president, Lord Tweedmouth from England, created the first line of Golden Retrievers by breeding a wavy-coated retriever and a now extinct, tweed water spaniel. The Golden Retriever was established as a well known wildfowling dog and devoted companion. Breed standards hold up to the dog having a broad skull, a resilient golden coat that feathers under the body, deep chested, and a muscular neck. This friendly and reliable breed has…

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    About the Golden Retriever The Golden Retriever is a sturdy, muscular dog of medium size, famous for the dense, lustrous coat of gold that gives the breed its name. The broad head, with its friendly and intelligent eyes, short ears, and straight muzzle, is a breed hallmark. In motion, Goldens move with a smooth, powerful gait, and the feathery tail is carried, as breed fanciers say, with a "merry action." The most complete records of the development of the Golden Retriever are included in the…

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    Do you realize that there are many kinds of dogs around the world? There are about 340 breeds of dogs. These creatures can range in different sizes (big, medium, small), different breeds (Australian Shepherd, Beagle, Labrador Retriever, etc) and different personality traits (Friendly, obedient, etc). Dogs can be very gentle, friendly, obedient, loving, and caring toward you if they are treated right. Two dogs who seem very similar with their personality traits are Labrador Retrievers and…

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    older or no children. On the other hand, boxers are playful, devoted, friendly, confident and energetic. Boxers average lifespan is 10-12 years. Golden retrievers, on the other hand, are one of the most used breeds of service dog. Golden retrievers originated from Scotland. This meloy dog can get along with anyone and is great for a first time dog owner because they are easy to train. Golden retrievers were bred as a gun dogs to retrieve shot waterfowl such as ducks. I…

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    Golden Retrievers

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    and the type of job they want, or need, to do. All dogs have different sizes. Dogs can be big, small, tall, or plump. The size of the dog can be useful, but but still remember that you need to take care of them. If you have a large dog he could be a bit more rough than a small dog. A tall dog could be useful if you wanted him to be able to scare off predators if you were camping. A small dog could be useful as a lap dog to anyone if they needed to calm down. All dogs are useful in some…

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    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 smart…

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    Essay On Golden Retriever

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    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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