They are thought to be one of the most intelligent breeds. Some studies rank them third most intelligent after Border Collies and Poodles.
Although Golden Retrievers are fully mature by 2 years of age, they may behave like puppies until they are around 3 years of age and some display puppy behaviors for a lifetime!
Despite their strong jaws and sharp teeth, Golden Retriever mouths are actually very soft. They can retrieve and carry several different objects (including living creatures) without damaging them.
Golden Retrievers' pain tolerance is high more than that of many other dogs. This makes them well-suited for possibly dangerous roles such as police work, rescue work and hunting helpers.
Any Golden Retriever breeder can tell you that Golden's love water, are skilled at hunting and tracking, and make excellent companions.
And, you can maximize the potential of your golden retriever as this breed has unlimited potential.
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