Golden Retriever for Sale

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If your idea of the perfect pet is a medium-sized loyal friend with a gentle nature, shining coats, and charming smiles, meet the Golden Retriever. These charming pups are intelligent, loyal, easy to train, and very affectionate. They make wonderful family dogs because they are great with young children and other dogs. These sturdy, medium-sized dogs grow to about 55–75 pounds and typically live to be about 10–12 years old. Goldens often maintain their fun-loving puppy attitudes and signature smile into adulthood. Our Golden Retriever puppies for sale are raised in a loving family environment which makes for a smooth transition for the new owners.
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Although Golden Retriever dogs are golden, they come in a variety of shades, ranging from a light golden (such as the white Golden Retriever or English cream Golden Retriever) to dark golden colors, with feathering on the backs of their forelegs, the fronts of their necks, backs of their thighs, and tail bottoms. Their long floppy ears combine with their playful personality to create the look of an eternal puppy.
That gorgeous golden coat is also known as a double coat, which consists of a water-repellent outer coat, and a soft undercoat that keeps their body temperature regulated in both cool and warm weather. 
Like other dogs with a double coat, you can expect your golden retriever dog to shed. To prevent heavy blowouts in the fall and spring, it’s important to brush a Golden Retriever weekly, and daily during shedding months. With proper brushing, a Golden Retriever for Sale should need only occasional baths.


In general, Golden Retrievers are outgoing, playful, and gentle. They are also friendly, intelligent, and devoted. “Golden retrievers are special because they are the perfect family dog,” Ryan Steen, DVM, medical director at Frey Pet Hospital in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, says. “From a personality perspective, you’ll be hard pressed to find a more loving, outgoing, eager-to-please companion.” Early in their lives, they are perfect for playing with children in the backyard. As they get older, most golden retrievers become docile and calm.
Bred to be working retrievers, goldens have a lot of energy and require a lot of activity. They are best suited for owners with an active lifestyle and they thrive in a home where someone is around during the day to spend time with them. They don’t do well when left at home on their own; they love their humans too much.
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Anyone considering getting a Golden Retriever should know they are getting a loyal companion, but one that sheds. A lot. Owners should get used to having a fair amount of dog hair on clothing and furniture around the home. They have a thick, water-repellant double coat that sheds moderately in the winter and summer, and heavily in the spring and fall. However, if you brush your golden daily, you can prevent tangling and remove some dead hair before it covers everything in sight. Baths can also help and are recommended about once a month, but make sure the golden is fully dry before brushing begins. Golden Retriever for Sale

Golden retrievers will also need their nails trimmed about once or twice a month. A good indicator of when they need to be trimmed is when you can hear them clicking on the floor. Teeth should also be brushed at least two or three times a week. Ear checks are important as well; goldens have fold-over ears, which create an environment that encourages bacteria and fungus to grow. Look for redness or a bad odor and simply wipe out the outer ear with a cotton ball dampened with gentle, pH-balanced ear cleaner to help prevent infections.
Golden Retrievers have a moderate amount of energy, even in their senior years. They enjoy a wide variety of activities such as running, going on long walks, retrieving, and swimming. They make excellent therapy dogs and guide dogs for people with impaired vision.
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Golden retrievers typically live to be about 10–12 years old. They are a generally healthy breed, but goldens are at a slightly increased risk of hip dysplasia and cancer when compared to other dogs. Other health conditions, although not particularly common, include elbow dysplasia, cataracts, progressive retinal atrophy—or gradual deterioration of the retina—hypothyroidism, gastric dilatation-volvulus (otherwise known as bloat), and allergies. Golden retrievers should also have their ears checked often and teeth brushed regularly for optimum health.
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“A dog decides once for the rest of his life. He doesn’t ask himself if he really wants to grow old with us. He just does. His love, once we have earned it, is absolute.”

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