Simply send us a photo of your adorable pet Golden Retriever, and we’ll create a plush stuffed animal that looks like your pet. Since every Petsies stuffed animal is custom made, we can create a plush of any Golden Retriever breed you can think of.
Every personalized Golden Retriever stuffed animal is:
Custom designed to look just like your Golden Retriever pet
Airbrushed in detail to mimic your Golden Retriever's markings
A lovable and huggable way to always have your pet by your side
A Golden Retriever stuffed animal is perfect for anyone who owns a Golden Retriever or just loves the breed. They are completely lifelike, even if your Golden Retriever's got some junk in the trunk! We’ll just add more plush padding ;)
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Golden Retrievers mature slowly and can be playful and downright silly into adulthood!
They are very pack oriented and they make great family dogs.
Most Golden retrievers love the water and thoroughly enjoy playing water games.
They make outstanding search and rescue dogs.
The most important name in the early history of the Golden Retriever is Dudley Marjoribanks, the first Lord Tweedmouth, who developed the breed in the Scottish Highlands during the reign of Victoria. For the 50 years between 1840 and 1890, Tweedmouth kept scrupulous records of breedings effected to create an ideal gundog for use at his Guisachan estate in the Highlands, Inverness-shire, Scotland. Tweedmouth wanted a dog suited to the rainy climate and rugged terrain of the area, so he crossed his “Yellow Retriever” with a breed that is now extinct, the Tweed Water Spaniel. Irish Setter and Bloodhound were also added to the mix.
“Through several generations of clever breeding,” an admiring historian wrote, “Tweedmouth created a consistent line of exceptional working retrievers.” With a little more refinement after Tweedmouth’s time, the Golden Retriever came forth as an enduring gift to dogkind from a hunt-happy aristocrat.
The Golden was first seen at a British dog show in 1908, and good specimens of the breed began arriving in America, by way of Canada, at about the same time. Sport hunters appreciated the breed’s utility, show fanciers were enthralled by their beauty and dash, and all were impressed by the Golden’s sweet, sensible temperament.
The Golden was popular from the beginning of its American history, but the breed’s popularity really took off in the 1970s, the era of President Gerald Ford and his beautiful Golden named Liberty.