The English Golden Retriever is known to be a very healthy breed, with studies representing the breed as healthier than other Golden Retriever variants. But we’ve prepared this guide so you know what minor health issues you may encounter with the English Golden.
A dog that is obedient and well trained is a joy to have around. However, for all of the blessings that come with a submissive pup, there is most certainly a potential disadvantage to their deference and respect: Submissive Urination, more commonly known as “Submissive Peeing.”
The Fear Period is a phase of puppyhood which arises between 8 and 10 months of age in which some puppies begin to convey an irrational fear of harmless objects or places out of nowhere. This post will help you deal with the fear period in your new English Golden puppy.
A lot of people ask about the differences between a male and a female English Cream Golden Retriever when it comes to training and behaviors. After training more than 500 puppies, we’ve put together this guide on the differences, and myths surrounding male vs female English Goldens.
We believe that it’s vitally important as a breeder to help protect our breed. This is why we require all our new English Golden Retriever puppy owners to spay or neuter their new pup. But when should you get them spayed or neutered? Here are our recommendations.
On the back of almost all dog food bags is a recommended daily serving for a dog. The question we get many times is “How accurate is the recommended daily serving size?” “Is it the same for puppies as for adults?” In this article, we will do our best to answer these common questions.
A major pillar of our Puppy Training Institute is House Training, which includes potty training. But just because we fully train every puppy to be potty trained here, that doesn’t mean they will never have an accident in your home. Here are some tips on how to continue their potty training.
For this blog post, I want to focus on the “come” command. This command is one of the most unusual of all commands because it’s more than just an obedience command. It’s a command that is heavily related to your relationship with your English Golden.
Many of our clients have other pets like Golden Retrievers, other dogs, cats, horses and more. And properly introducing your new puppy to your current pets can be tricky, and a little difficult in some situations. Here are some tips for introducing your puppy to your “pack”.