The Temperament of the Golden Retriever Dog is a hallmark of the breed and is described in the standard as "polite, courteous and reliable." Golden Retrievers are great family pets and get along well with children. There are dogs "man" and are generally equally kind to both foreign and familiar to them. He appears confident and friendly and then makes them a poor guard dog. Any form of unprovoked aggression or hostility towards people, dogs and other animals, either the ring or in the community, is completely unacceptable in a Golden Retriever and is not in keeping with the character of the breed and as such is considered a serious fault. Nor a Golden Retriever be unduly timid or nervous. The Golden Retriever typically calm, naturally intelligent and docile, with great enthusiasm for this.
Golden Retrievers are also known for their intelligence, which is the fourth in Stanley Coren is the intelligence of dogs after the Border Collie, Poodle, German Shepherd, one of the brightest dogs second by the ability to command obedience training. These dogs are also renowned for his patience with children.
At the time they reach maturity, however, Golden became active animals and enjoy the exceptional behavior of the patient in for a dog to sit quietly for hours in a hunting blind. Adult Golden Retrievers love to work, and have a great ability to focus on a particular task. Apparently, they work until collapse, so care must be taken to avoid overworking them.
Other features related to the heritage of hunting are of suitable size for the encoding of the incoming and outgoing boats and an inordinate love of water. Golden Retrievers are highly trainable, because of their intelligence, agility and desire to please their handlers, and generally performs better on tests of obedience. They are also very competitive in agility and performance events. The harsh training methods are not needed, such as Golden Retrievers often respond well to the styles of training a positive and optimistic.
Golden Retrievers are compatible with children and adults and are good with other dogs, cats and other animals. Golden Retrievers are particularly valued for its high level of sociability for people, peace, and willingness to learn. Because of this, which are commonly used as guide dogs, service dogs, mobility and dogs to search and rescue. They are friendly and tend to learn the tricks easily.
They are also known to be excellent surrogates for different species. Kittens and even tiger cubs from zoos are well taken care of by golden retrievers. In some cases, a dog capable of producing milk for the adopted, even if not pregnant or nursing recently.