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Golden Retriever: This is a montage about golden retriever puppies.

Golden Retriver: This is a montage about golden retriever puppies. PLZ PLZ leave comments. I worked very hard on it!!

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Golden Retriever: My Golden Retriever Puppy

Golden Retriever: My Golden Retriever Puppy, So Damn Cute

Golden retriever Puppy falling asleep

My beautiful puppy thought sleeping on the stairs was a good idea (our bigger dog does it) it proved to be a bit of a challenge though.

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Golden Retriever Puppies – How to Teach Them Cool Tricks


Golden Retriever Puppies – How to Teach Them Cool Tricks
By Ewen Vile

Golden Retriever puppies grow up and learn so fast. After learning their basic obedience commands, the next thing that you have to teach your Golden are cool tricks that are sure to entertain not just your family but even your friends and guests.

Goldens’ are intelligent and it will not take too long for them to learn another task. Aside from that, they are born entertainers too and they love to please and perform in a crowd.

When you teach tricks to your dog, all you need is an opening command, a trick command, a closing command, a bagful of treats and a handful of praises. An opening command is his basic sit, stay, down or come command. A trick command is preferably short, composed of two words or syllables so that your dog will have a better recall. A closing command is his release command like “okay.”

Rewards are important and necessary. A piece of kibble, dog cookies or even toys can help achieve a trick. It can be used as a lure to make your dog move in different positions without using physical force and contact. Praises are important. It will always be a joy for a dog to hear he has done a great job.

Perhaps the simplest and most popular trick that you can teach your Golden is how to do a handshake. To teach him to do it, command him to sit in front of you. Place your hand in front of him. He may instantly place his paw on top of it, but if he doesn’t, lift up his paw and place it on your hand. Gently put his paw down on the ground. Repeat the same step. This time use the trick command as he lifts his paw on your palm. If he does, release him and give him his treat and praise.

You can also teach your Golden to crawl. Command him to lie flat on the ground. Allow him to sniff on the lure and move it forward. If he raises his hinds, start with the trick over again. He should be able to crawl with his belly flat on the ground. You can place your other hand under his belly to make him lie flat or press gently on his hinds. If he learns to crawl even a distance, release him and repeat, this time using the trick command. If he has done it right, give him his reward, a rub in the ear and a “good dog!”

There are many tricks that you can teach your dog. In fact, you can teach him a trick by catching him on the act. All you have to do is think of something that he usually does and say the trick word every time he does it.

For example, your dog stretches out his forelimbs down into the ground when he wakes or stands up from lying flat on the ground. When you see him do this, say “bow.” He may not instantly get it, but as he hears the word, he will be able to accompany his action with the trick command. And once he learns it, you can finish each performance with a “bow.”

For video and reading about what Golden Retrievers get up to, and for more tips on buying a Golden Retriever, go to http://www.goldenretriever1.com/

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Golden Retriever Puppies – Why They Need to Be in School


Golden Retriever Puppies – Why They Need to Be in School
By Ewen Vile

Golden Retriever puppies… they are feisty, nosy and full of life. They jump on everyone and everything including your guests, sofa and visitors as a sign of welcome or dominance. They chew on your things, your socks, rubber shoes, lingerie, carpet and furniture legs. Your new pup still doesn’t have manners and he needs to learn them before he blows your house down.

This is why it is important that he learns his basic obedience commands early on. And what better way he can learn all these things by enrolling him in a puppy pre-school.

Aside from the basic sit, stay, down and no commands there are more things in store for you and your pup at the puppy pre-school. One of the most important things that he will learn is to respect the leader of the pack, and in this case, it is no other than you. If he recognizes you as the lead, he will respect you and obedience commands and other rules will not be so hard to teach to your dog.

Puppy pre-school also teaches the basics of house training, potty and crate training. If your dog knows where, when and what he is allowed to do, he will become easily adapted to your home in no time.

School doesn’t just teach obedience commands, leadership and housebreaking. It is also a good way to give your dog proper socialization and dog ethics. These are important so your dog will know how to behave in a crowd, when visitors come over and when he sees other animal owners and pets.

Your benefits… you don’t have to worry about all the damage he can do to your home when you’re out. He will have less accidents which will make you clean less. You can guarantee that your dog will not embarrass you in front of your guests. He will not run after stray cats or other animals in and outside the house. He will not jump on your bed or on the sofa. He will not chew on your things. The bottom line, he learns to be a well-behaved and submissive Golden puppy.

You may pay anything between $100 to $500 depending on the course and difficulty, but the benefits are for a lifetime. Imagine how much your imported Italian sofa, Persian carpet and Nike Air cost? It saves you from the headache and leaves you worry free that your dog is well behaved whether he sees you or not.

For video and reading about what Golden Retrievers get up to, and for more tips on buying a Golden Retriever, go to http://www.goldenretriever1.com/

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