8 Things You Didn't Know About Golden Retrievers

Golden Retrievers have an innate love of the water. They're always up for a round of lakeside fetch.

Because of their excellent sense of smell and tracking skills, golden retrievers are frequently utilised by search and rescue teams.

Dudley Coutts In the latter part of the 1800s, Marjoribanks, better known as Lord Tweedmouth, created the breed in Scotland.

They rank fourth among dog breeds for intelligence (after German Shepherds, Poodles, and Border Collies).

Their two coats, which are water-repellent, shed periodically. (To reduce shedding, give your Golden retriever a once-weekly brush!)

In 1925, the AKC formally acknowledged Golden Retrievers as a breed.

Golden retrievers were owned by both Presidents Ford and Reagan throughout their terms in office.

In actuality, there are three varieties of Golden Retrievers, and they differ in size and colour.