Golden Retriever: What the Golden Retriever Experts Know....That You Don't (Unabridged) Golden Retriever: What the Golden Retriever Experts Know....That You Don't (Unabridged)

Golden Retriever: What the Golden Retriever Experts Know....That You Don't (Unabridged‪)‬

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Did you know:

Golden retrievers were originally bred as gun dogs to retrieve shot waterfowl during hunting and shooting parties. 
With five tennis balls, the world record for “Most Tennis Balls Held in the Mouth by a Dog” is held by a golden retriever named Augie. 
Both US presidents Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan had golden retrievers.

No wonder the former presidents decided to bond with the third most popular dog breed in the USA.

Golden retrievers will not only love you to the max, but they are also extremely smart. Yet, having a golden retriever is like having a highly gifted child. In order to maintain their health and happiness, they need to be challenged the right way. Even if you are not a first-time dog parent, there is a lot to discover once you decide to get a golden retriever.

Your furry friend will surprise you with his extraordinary personality. This is why the average puppy parent book or everything you need to know about dogs book is not enough to accommodate your golden retriever’s needs. Just think about their affinity for water or their special physical constitution. You should know how to deal with physical and behavioral issues in a golden retriever - not just dogs in general.

In What the Golden Retriever Experts Know....That You Don't, you'll discover:

Everything from A to Z you need to know about your golden retriever 
How to stop chewing, biting, jumping, and other behavioral issues 
The most important commands to be a successful dog parent 
How to be a good puppy parent and raise a happy, well-behaved dog 
Practical strategies to deal with misbehavior and aggression 
How to control your retriever's weight and get rid of the unnecessary spare tire 
One of the most life threatening diseases in golden retrievers and how to prevent it 
What to do if your potty training doesn't work because your dog suffers from incontinence 
The most common traps golden retriever parents fall into and how to avoid them 
How to read and notice telling signs and always know what your golden retriever needs
And much more.

On average, a golden retriever will accompany your life for 10 to 12 years.

During this time, you will develop a deep and loving relationship. Yet just like a romantic relationship between two humans, there are some challenges you need to master to maintain a healthy relationship between you and your golden retriever.

Even if you and your four-legged friend have been together for a while, there might be space to grow and improve the communication between the two of you. If you want to enjoy being a golden retriever parent to the fullest, then scroll up and click the “Add to Cart” button right now.  

Matthew J. Szeflinski
hr min
12 August
The Golden Retriever Circle