Monday, March 12, 2012

Golden Retriever Dog Breeding

Golden Retriever Dog Breeding began in Guishachan near Glen Affric, Scotland. Today, the creation of Golden Retriever has created two main groups of Golden: Golden Retriever English and American Golden Retrievers. Are considered members of the same race and that the only significant difference between the two types are their looks. Compared with the Golden English, American Golden Retriever retains more characteristics of their ancestors in the hunting field and, therefore, to look slim. Their bodies are relatively high and the legs are long. The English coat variety can be gold or cream, but never red or mahogany. America golden color is available in much darker and is in fact very similar to Irish setter when it comes to color coating. The English Golden Retriever breed is famous for its cream-colored long hair and sometimes can appear almost white. Compared to American-style English is short and thick bone with square heads and / or muzzle. Creation of English Golden Retriever is not common in the United States and Canada and North America that sometimes breeders import dogs from Europe to improve bloodlines.

As mentioned above, the immense popularity of the Golden Retriever as a family pet has become a race of choice for a lot of puppy mills and backyard breeders of ill repute. Remain responsible breeders Golden Retriever is definitely recommended, even if it means you have to pay more for your Golden Retriever puppy. Golden Retriever reputable breeders should aim to eliminate genetic diseases and raising dogs well socialized and mentally stable. Examples of common diseases cancer Golden Retrievers are hip and elbow dysplasia, joint disorders, such as dislocation of the kneecap), eye diseases, skin diseases, heart disease. The most common forms of cancer in Goldens are hemangiosarcoma, lymphosarcoma, mastocytoma, and osteosarcoma. When it comes to eye diseases, Golden Retrievers are particularly prone to develop cataracts, progressive retinal atrophy and glaucoma.

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