Bogey
Bogey
We just love our Pooch Bogey and are pretty fond of the breed in general, not to mention all living animals...

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Did you know? The first registration of a Golden Retriever by the American Kennel Club was in November 1925. The most complete records of the development of the Golden Retriever are included in the record books that were kept from 1835 until about 1890 by the gamekeepers at the Guisachan (pronounced Gooeesicun) estate of Lord Tweedmouth at Inverness-Shire, Scotland. These records were released to public notice in Country Life in 1952, when Lord Tweedmouth's great-nephew, the sixth Earl of Ilchester, historian and sportsman, published material that had been left by his ancestor. They provided factual confirmation to the stories that had been handed down through generations.
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Did You Know? Golden Retrievers are trained for search & rescue, arson detection, drug detection, therapy dogs, hearing dogs, guide dogs for the blind, and handicap assistance dogs. Not to mention outstanding hunting and personal companions.
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Did You Know? Golden Retrievers were originally bred to be Hunting dogs. Today, they are one of the worlds most sought-after breeds for training in any number of service-related jobs. Their outstanding temperament and intelligence make them strong candidates for nearly all types of services to mankind.