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Posted on: 2:54:00 AM 6/30/2009

I found some awesome tips on training a Golden at * The key is consistency and patience. Keep at it and I know your Golden will come around--they are just such incredible and intelligent dogs.

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Posted on: 2:51:34 AM 6/30/2009

There are many breeders out there and you should be careful about some of them. Good breeders have some very distinct signs. They will not breed too often and really care for their dogs. They take excellent care of their Goldens puppies so as to e...

Posted on: 2:48:49 AM 6/30/2009

Goldens are excellent dogs--very loving and playful. They do tend to shed, though. I recommend you interact with several Goldens before you decide if it's the right breed for you. Not everyone with asthma has reactions to dogs and Goldens. You sh...

Posted on: 2:45:25 AM 6/30/2009

I think it's best to back to the breeder where you got the puppy and ask for papers of the parents. If the puppy is a purebred, the parents should have papers and should be registered with the AKC. The breeder will also have some information on how...

Posted on: 2:43:17 AM 6/30/2009

I think it's pretty normal to have a spot or two on the tongue. Watch them, though. If they are changing or growing, you should have a vet look at them.

Posted on: 5:06:45 PM 5/27/2009

Hi Stephanie,
It's so great that you asked this question before getting the puppy and feeling overwhelmed. It seems that the latest person to leave and the earliest to arrive back is your daughter. The puppy would have to be left alone for abo...

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