[nagdu] Male goldens

Raven Tolliver ravend729 at gmail.com
Sat Sep 6 06:28:41 UTC 2014

Of course there are exceptions to the rule. But also, many golden
guides have labrador genetics. Guide dog schools will breed a litter
of golden lab crosses, then breed the dogs until a very small
percentage is labrador genes. Not saying purebred goldens can't be
wild things, but it generally is not the case compared to male labs or
female goldens.

On 9/5/14, debby phillips via nagdu <nagdu at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> My fourth dog Artemis was a male Golden and he was "wild as a
> March hare" as one of my friends said.  Lol.  Poor thing, he got
> really severe allergies, and then he got attacked by a
> neighborhood dog.  Then he became dog aggressive, so he had to
> retire when he was five.  Poor baby, he loved to work when he
> first started out, but by the time he retired, what with all the
> allergy meds he was not always very happy.  But he got adopted
> out, and I have prayed through the years that he had a happy
> retirement.    Peace,    Debby and Neena
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