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Golden Retriever

Golden Retrievers Usually Suffer From Thyroids

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Breed characteristics

Harmonious, proportionate, active, powerful, with movements gathered; well constituted and with a kind expression.

  • Male: 71-76 cm to the cross.
  • Female: 68-71 cm at the withers.
  • Males: 32 – 37 kg
  • Females: 27 – 32 kg
  • Dog collector hunting and company.
  • From 500 to 590 g. DAILY.
  • Docile, intelligent and possessing an innate ability to work. Kind, friendly and confident.
  • Britain.
  • From 10 to 12 years old.

Common illnesses

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Neurological Problems




Thyroid Disease


Development Of Lumps And Protuberances


Hip Or Elbow Dysplasia

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Breed origins

Golden Retrievers have their roots in Scotland. In the mid-18th century, bird hunting was very popular among the rich, and a dog that could recover from water and land was needed, because the Scottish terrain is covered by lakes and rivers. The first retrievers were crossed with the best water dogs, giving rise to the dog breed that is known as Golden Retriever.

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