Golden Retrievers are medium to large-sized dogs and need enough space to move around comfortably. They can adapt to apartment living as long as they get enough exercise.
Golden Retrievers are prone to hip dysplasia, cancer, and heart disease. Regular vet check-ups and a healthy diet can help prevent these issues.
Golden Retrievers have a lifespan of 10-12 years on average, but with proper care and a healthy lifestyle, they can live up to 14 years.
Golden Retrievers should be brushed at least once a week to prevent matting and shedding. They should also be bathed every 2-3 months.
The amount of food a Golden Retriever needs depends on their weight and activity level. On average, they need 2-3 cups of high-quality dog food per day.
The average weight of a male Golden Retriever is 30-34 kg, while the average weight of a female Golden Retriever is 25-32 kg.