Golden Retriever Puppies for Sale in Miami

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Miami Golden Retriever

Golden Retrievers are one of the world’s favorite dog breeds, and it’s easy to see why. These beautiful dogs are obedient, loyal, hardworking, friendly and intelligent, boasting all the values we look for in a lifelong friend. We have adorable Golden Retriever puppies for sale in Miami, as well as in our other Forever Love Puppies locations!

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Frequently Asked Questions About Golden Retriever Puppies

Golden Retriever Puppies for Sale Miami

At what age can I bring a Golden Retriever Puppy home?

The earliest you should bring home a Golden Retriever puppy is 8 weeks old. Up until this time they are getting important socialization and learning important skills from their mother and  siblings.

How big can Golden Retrievers grow?

Male Goldens can grow up to 22-24 inches tall and female Goldens 20-22 inches. The average Golden weighs somewhere between 60 and 75 pounds.

Are Golden Retriever Puppies good with children?

They are one of the best dog breeds with children. Gentle, kind and very patient and they enjoy the high energy and play that children can offer them.

Be careful with Golden Retriever puppies and smaller children, though, as they are a large breed and at these stages in life they can be very boisterous and unintentionally knock smaller children over.

How Long Does the Average Golden Retriever Live?

The average Golden Retriever lives somewhere between 10 and 12 years, although a good number do live up until 14 years or so. And the oldest living Golden Retriever on record is 20 years old!

What health guarantees come with our Golden Retriever puppies for sale in Miami?

All Golden Retriever puppies from Forever Love Puppies come with a 14 Day Infectious Disease and Parasites Warranty and 1 Year Hereditary and Genetic Warranty.

How much Exercise will my Golden Retriever need?

The Golden Retriever is an athletic dog breed, and they require a decent amount of exercise to keep them healthy and mentally stimulated. (Note: they are also excellent swimmers.)

Be easy on Golden Retriever puppies, however, as high intensity exercises can cause damage to their growing joints. You can pick up the pace once they are 18 months or so.

Do Golden Retrievers do well in Miami’s hot climate?

Your Golden Retriever puppy will do just fine in Miami’s hot climate. Just make sure they have access to shaded areas and lots of water. Also, do not overdo it with the exercise in the heat. While a brief walk is okay in the middle of the day, longer or more intense exercise should be done in the mornings or the evenings. 

Do Golden Retrievers bark a lot?

Golden Retrievers don’t bark much at all, but can develop barking behaviors if left alone for too long and aren’t mentally stimulated and get bored.

Are Golden Retrievers Intelligent?

Golden Retrievers are known for their intelligence. They rank 4th in Stanley Coren's The Intelligence of Dogs – following the Border Collie, Poodle, and German Shepherd – as one of the brightest dogs according to their obedience-command trainability. If looking for Golden Retriever puppies in Miami, pass by Forever Love Puppies!


Golden Retriever Breed Info

The Golden Retriever, with its intelligence and eager to please attitude, is one of the most popular breeds in the United States according to AKC registration statistics. The working ability that has made the Golden Retriever such a useful hunting companion also make him an ideal guide, assistance and search and rescue dog. The golden-colored coat is the hallmark of this versatile breed, and can range from light to dark gold.

History
The Golden Retriever originated in the Scottish Highlands in the late 1800's and was used predominantly for hunting. He crossed his original "Yellow Retriever" with the Tweed Water Spaniel (now extinct) found on his estate. Later integrations of Irish Setter, Bloodhound, and more Tweed Water Spaniel produced the retriever we know today.

Temperament
This active and energetic Sporting breed can adapt to many different living situations but requires daily exercise. His water-repellent double-coat sheds seasonally and needs regular brushing. With his friendly temperament and striking golden color, this breed is both beautiful to look at and a joy to own. The Golden Retriever is great with children and other pets. They have an average lifespan of 10-12 years.

Sporting Group; AKC recognized in 1925.
Average size: from 55 to 75 pounds.
Devoted companions, hunting dog.

Environment
Apartment is ok.
Moderate activity indoors.

Exercise
Daily moderate exercise.
Love interaction and games.

Grooming
Easy care.
Regular brushing.
Average shedding.