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Petite Golden Retriever Breed Information

Petite Golden Retriever

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
AKA: Golden Cavalier
   
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Living with a Petite Golden Retriever

Personality: The Petite Golden Retreiver is an inquisitive, fun, people loving dog.

Temperament: The Petite Golden Retriever has an excellent, stable, gentle temperament.

Family Dog: The Petite Golden Retriever makes a wonderful family dog.

Shedding: The Petite Golden Retriever sheds less than a purebred Golden Retriever.

Grooming: The coat of the Petite Golden Retriever requires a moderate amount of care. They should be brushed frequently and bathed when needed.

Behavior: The Petite Golden Retriever is a gentle, sweet, mild dog.

Barking: The Petite Golden Retriever does bark to alert you but are not incessant barkers.

Exercise: The Petite Golden Retriever needs plenty of daily exercise.

Petite Golden Retriever Appearance

Appearance: The Petite Golden Retriever resembles a small Golden Retriever.

Companionship: The Petite Golden Retriever makes a wonderful companion dog.

Head: The Petite Golden Retriever has a block head with a wide face.

Ears: The Petite Golden Retriever has long, floppy ears with silky curls.

Muzzle: The Petite Golden Retriever has a shorter muzzle.

Tail: The Petite Golden Retriever has a full and beautiful tail with featherings.

Color: The coat of the Petite Golden Retriever can be gold, cream, red or parti in color.

Coat: The coat of the Golden Retriever is soft, wavy curl and shiny.

Petite Golden Retriever Facts

Life Expectancy: The Petite Golden Retriever has an average life expectancy of 15 years.

Petite Golden Retriever Health

Ear Health: The floppy ears of the Petite Golden Retriever require extra care and cleaning.

Bone Health: The Petite Golden Retriever has a sturdy bone structure.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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