Golden Retriever - the beautiful, social & intelligent dog Price and its brief Information.
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The Golden Retriever is a sturdy, muscular dog of medium size, famous for the dense, lustrous coat of gold that gives the breed its name. The broad head, with its friendly and intelligent eyes, short ears, and straight muzzle, is a breed hallmark. In motion, Goldens move with a smooth, powerful gait, and the feathery tail is carried, as breed fanciers say, with a merry action.

 

Goldens are outgoing, trustworthy, and eager-to-please family dogs, and relatively easy to train. They take a joyous and playful approach to life and maintain this puppyish behavior into adulthood. These energetic, powerful gundogs enjoy outdoor play. For a breed built to retrieve waterfowl for hours on end, swimming and fetching are natural pastimes.

 

Price Range of Golden Retriever

 

Around the price range of Rs.15000 to Rs.25000, you can buy a Golden Retriever in India. You might be able to purchase Golden Retrievers at a low price from local breeders or puppy mills easily, but you need to consider the future costs that will incur if you are bringing home a pup with negative traits or genetic problems. You can avoid any such problems in your homecoming fur-baby by buying a Golden Retriever from a reliable and certified breeder. Moreover, this way, you can be sure of bringing home the original Golden retriever puppy.

 

You can rely on PGPET. We have lots of certified breeders. We have been, for years now, successfully supplying healthy puppies a part of families in search of these loyal companions. As a certified breeder, we inspect and ensure the health of the puppies ourselves before we bring them to you. You may call at +91 9073979774 or Visit our website www.petindiaonline.com to check out original Golden Retriever puppies for sale in India

 

Interesting Golden Retriever Facts:

 

 A. Golden Retrievers are natural swimmers. With very rare exceptions, Goldies love swimming instinctively.

 B. They are not only known to care for their humans but also other animals!

 C. You dont want to leave these breeds alone for long- they tend to get depressed when left alone. (That is an alert for working people!)

 D. They are the fourth most smart dog breeds in the world.

 E. In addition to being smart, Golden Retrievers have an exceptional sense of smell and tracking, which largely qualifies them to be a part of various search/rescue teams.

 

Grooming

 

Goldens heavily shed their thick, water-repellant double coat once or twice a year, and they also shed more moderately continuously. Most of the time, a good brushing-out with a slicker brush once or twice a week will remove much of the dead hair before it has a chance to fall onto the furniture. During times of heavy shedding, these brushing sessions turn into daily affairs. Baths help to loosen the dead hairs, but the dog must be completely dry before brushing begins. Otherwise, Goldens only need occasional baths to keep them clean. As with all breeds, the Goldens nails should be trimmed regularly.

 

 Health

 Golden Retriever Growth Chart

 

Golden Retriever Growth ChartPet parents often show interest in knowing the age-wise or week-wise or month-wise puppy growth process. Given below is the Golden Retriever Growth Chart in Kilograms (Kg.) as well as pounds (Lb.). As you can see in this Retriever weight chart, golden retrievers come in a wide range of sizes. While some could be big enough to make it into the large dog breed category, some are quite small.

 

Age  Male Golden Retriever Weight  Female Golden Retriever Weight  

  2 Months 4-25 Lb. (2.5-11 Kg.) 5-15 Lb. (3-7 Kg.)  

  4 Months 12-45 Lb. (6.5-21 Kg.) 20-40 Lb. (9-18 Kg.)  

  6 Months 35-72 Lb. (16- 33 Kg.) 30-58 Lb. (14-26 Kg.)  

  8 Months 40-75 Lb. (18-34 Kg.) 38-65 Lb. (17- 29.5 Kg.)  

  10 Months 50-80 Lb. (23- 38 Kg.) 46-73 Lb. (21-33 Kg.)  

  12 Months 65-80 Lb. (29.5- 38 Kg.) 50-90 Lb. (23-41 Kg.)  

   

Goldens are generally healthy dogs, and responsible breeders will screen their breeding stock for health conditions including elbow and hip dysplasia; eye conditions such as juvenile cataracts, pigmentary uveitis, and progressive retinal atrophy; and certain heart diseases, including subvalvular aortic stenosis. The Golden’s ears should be checked weekly for signs of infection, and the teeth should be brushed often. 

 

 Recommended Health Tests:

 1. Hip Evaluation

 2. Elbow Evaluation

 3. Cardiac Exam

 4. Ophthalmologist Evaluation

 

Nutrition

 

Golden Retriever Food Chart

 

As discussed above, inappropriate food and inadequate supplements are some of the major causes of poor dog health. So, to keep your Golden Retriever healthy and perfect, choosing the best Golden retriever food is crucial.

 

Here in this Golden Retriever dog food chart, we have simplified the food product range and brands you can prefer for Goldy at a different stage of his life. You can have a better insight into the ideal puppy feeding regime in our Puppy feeding guide, and choose the best food for golden retriever puppies and adults.

If your pup is below than 3 months, can feed Beaphar Lactol Dog Milk 250gm 

 

Age  Arden Grange  Royal Canin  Pedigree  

  Up to 3 Months   Arden Grange Weaning Puppy 2kg   Royal Canin Maxi Starter 4kg  Pedigree Starter Mother & Pup  

  Up to 15 Months   Arden Grange Weaning Puppy 2kg 

   Royal Canin Maxi Puppy 1kg   Pedigree Puppy Chicken & Milk 3 kg   

  Above 15 Months   Arden Grange Adult Chicken & Rice-2kg 

   Royal Canin Maxi Adult 4kg   Pedigree Adult Meat & Rice 3 kg  

  

Published By: Admin | Published On: 13-November-2019