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How To Find a Reputable Golden Retriever Breeder

How To Find a Reputable Golden Retriever Breeder

If you want your dog to be a worthy example of the breed, with a lustrous gold coat, lovely temperament, and good behavior, invest time and effort into finding a good breeder. Neglecting the breeder research can have horrible consequences. The stories of people having unhealthy or anxious dogs because they wanted to save money… […]

11 Golden Retriever Tricks (Actually Easy To Learn)

11 Golden Retriever Tricks (Actually Easy To Learn)

Essential golden retriever commands like “sit,” “stay,” “come,” and “drop it” aren’t particularly entertaining and won’t make your friends and family laugh. If you want to please the public, teach your golden retriever to give high five, salute, pray, crawl like a soldier, or play the piano. Some dogs can even learn to ride a… […]

How To Train a Golden Retriever To Sit

How To Train a Golden Retriever To Sit

This simple command can prevent your dog from running towards danger, jumping on people, and help when your puppy gets overly curious. The primary challenge with training a golden retriever to sit is the breed’s high energy levels. Forcing a golden puppy that wants to run around and play to sit still is easier said… […]

How To Train a Golden Retriever To Stop Jumping

How To Train a Golden Retriever To Stop Jumping

Golden retrievers jump on people because they are excited. If you fail to teach your puppy to control its excitement, this habit may become problematic in the future. A dog jumping on everyone can knock over a child, scratch someone, or get their clothes dirty. A golden retriever jumping up and biting people shows that… […]

How To Train a Golden Retriever To Drop It

How To Train a Golden Retriever To Drop It

The object in your dog’s mouth may be a toy, but it may also be a choking or poisoning hazard. A simple “drop it” command will prevent your dog from swallowing the object. Another scenario when the command “drop it” is important is when your dog grabs something it can damage, be it your child’s… […]