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  1. 10 week old puppy training scheme

    Golden Retriever Training
    Hi Guys, I'm a first time dog owner and I have had my adorable female golden retriever (Leia) for 2 weeks now. As she's come out of her shell more and more she's started biting and working herself into frenzies of excitement. Now, I can handle the pain of a bite and the excessive running of an...
  2. 1 year old Goldie playing rough with new pup

    Golden Retriever Behavioral Problems & Issues
    Hi there! My family welcomed a new member of the family just yesterday and my 1 year old female Goldie, Luna, has been playing a little too rough with the little baby. Elly is a 2.5 months old Golden Doodle (dad - Standard Poodle, mom - Goldie). She's pint sized now, but when annoyed with...
  3. temperamental and stubborn 2 year old Golden

    Golden Retriever Behavioral Problems & Issues
    I guess I just wanted to get some of you more experienced Golden parents' input we adopted our 2 year old Golden from her breeder 7 months ago. she had been returned to the Breeder for 2 weeks as her previous elderly owner had died and his wife couldn't keep her (don't know the story behind it)...
  4. Aggression issues with other dogs ??

    Golden Retrievers - Main Discussion
    Sorry for the rant but I'm worried, Sonny is a year and one month old and he has always been fine with other dogs, sometimes even submissive. On his first ever walk in a park not long after he got his 12 week shots a horrible whippet who was off leash came bounding over and immediately lunged...
  5. Just being a little curious

    Golden Retrievers - Main Discussion
    My little girl Jenny (1 year 8 months old) keeps eating one food for few days and reject to eat any other food...after few days she switch her self to another food and keeps eating the same and rejecting any other food and so on. Does everyone's Golden behave like this in that age group? IS...
  6. Funny habits

    Golden Retrievers - Main Discussion
    Deciding on a puppy was hard work for us as we went to show after show looking for a champion that ticked all the boxes for us, then came the long wait as we waited for the studs owner to let us know when he had been put to a suitable bitch. Its a bit back to front but we wanted a male with a...
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