3 Things To Consider When Adopting A Golden Retriever Pup


There are a few pitfalls when it comes to adopting a Golden Retriever Pup, but with these simple considerations, you can guarantee happiness and some wonderful fun times with your new Golden Retriever Pup at home.

Get Your Puppy From An Ethical Breeder- unfortunately, the dog breeding practice is rife with unethical and irresponsible practices. In the UK, there are many illegal puppy mills that breed hundreds of Golden Retriever Puppies in small areas for purely commercial goals. These mills usually produce puppies with temperament issues and possible genetic diseases, due to improper breeding methods. It is estimated that about 90% of all puppies in pet shops are acquired from puppy mills. You should look for ethical and responsible breeders in the area. See whether they have properly and ethically-bred Golden Retriever Puppies.

Seek Health Clearances- you need to have guarantee that your dog is in perfect health, free of any inheritable or infectious disease. Obviously, these Golden Retriever Puppies are usually more expensive, but it’s an acceptable investment to avoid possible medical costs. Without a health clearance, you may end up spending a lot of money for unexpected veterinary bills, because your Golden Retriever Pup has undetected health issues.

Check The Pedigree- it’s easy to check the pedigree of the Golden Retriever Pup if you are dealing with a reliable and ethical breeder. In order to ensure good physical condition, make sure there are championship dogs in the pedigree. The title for champion is Ch. This ensures that your Golden Retriever Pup will be physically active and healthy, and free of any potential hereditary disease.

There are many ethical breeders and well-managed adoption centres here in the UK that you can find. It shouldn’t be too difficult to find an adoptable Golden Retriever Pup because this breed is fairly popular in many countries around the world. If you are new to dog ownership, you may consider adopting an older house-trained Golden Retriever and get a puppy later.

Contact NordenLights Golden Retrievers

To learn more things to consider when adopting a Golden Retriever Pup, or for information about high performance golden retriever training for your pet, contact NordenLights Golden Retrievers today and speak with an experienced, knowledgeable dog trainer who can answer any questions you might have.

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