This 12-week old Golden Retriever, born January 11, 2016, is sure to steal your heart! Noted for their intelligence, Golden Retrievers rank fourth in Stanley Coren’s “The Intelligence of Dogs” as one of the brightest dogs ranked by obedience-command trainability. Golden Retrievers are active and fun-loving animals with an exceptionally patient demeanor. The temperament of the Golden Retriever is a hallmark of the breed, and is described in the standard as “kindly, friendly and confident. Golden Retrievers make good family pets, particularly as they are patient with children. They are not “one-man dogs” and are generally equally amiable with both strangers and those familiar to them. The typical Golden Retriever is calm, naturally intelligent and biddable, and with an exceptional eagerness to please. This is a large-breed dog. Typical males will grow to be approximately 65 lbs-75lbs and 23 to 24 inches in height. Females will grow to be approximately 55 to 65lbs and 22 to 23 inches in height.
Maureen Cox of GoodSports Golden Retrievers is the breeder of the puppy. Maureen has shown and bred Goldens for approximately 20 years, successfully competing in conformation and obedience. This Puppy is a descendant of AKC Champion dogs bred with the AKC standard in mind indicative of health and temperament being of utmost importance. The puppy was bred and raised in a loving home environment and this particular breeding is the fifth generation of dogs raised and loved by Maureen. Two of the puppies in the litter were donated to Freedom Paws Assistance Dogs and are already in training to become Service dogs. Others are adjusting nicely to their new families with positive feedback.
This puppy has been introduced to crate training and basic commands of “sit”, “down”, “hurry up” and also has had leash training and socialization. Maureen is available for any questions and is happy to provide assistance with basic obedience and grooming (email@example.com ).
Take him or her home tonight! Take home everything you need for your new family member including a large crate, sage colored bed, Orbee tennis ball, Banana Oatmeal Organic Biscuits, rope slip leash, teething pacifier, Chubbie Buddies toy, FROMM Gold large breed puppy food, braided bully stick, super bully stick, bitter apple, Nature’s Miracle and an 8-pack of waste bags. Please note should a situation arise that the owner cannot care for the puppy/dog the breeder will take back the dog. The breeder also requires that the dog be spayed/neutered.
Life stages Large Crate
Sage colored bed
Orbee Tennis ball
Bananna Oatmeal Organic Biscuits
Rope Slip Leash
chubbie buddies toy
FROMM Gold Large breed puppy food
braided bully stick
Super bully stick
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