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Dark Colored Golden Retrievers: Do golden retriever puppies get darker as they get older?

The (Dark) Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dogs in the world. If they are all the same species, they come in three varieties.

The three types are identical, but with some subtle differences.

In addition to the three types, there are also three basic colors that you will find. Sure there are different shades of these colors, but we will focus on three main colors.

First we will look at the types of Golden Retriever, then we will discuss the colors.

There are 3 basic types of Golden Retriever. Among them are:

  • American Golden Retriever
  • (English (or British) Golden Retriever
  • Canadian Golden Retriever

Although there are multiple categories that fall under the same Golden Retriever, the differences between them are very small. While each of the above types has their own unique colors, there are also several shades of each color.

It should come as no surprise to you that the Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dog breeds in America. It’s hard to love them because they are so friendly and affectionate.

Dark Colored Golden Retrievers

This is the same reason they make the best family dogs. They are polite and obedient, which makes them easy to tame and train. Their playfulness goes well with children as well.

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Regardless of their name ‘gold’, you will find retriever of many shades. We know your eyes are fixed on the dark gold retriever. After all, their dark coat is breathtakingly beautiful.

Their coat makes them less than golden in color. They are pure and have similar properties to other gold retrievers. However, some things are different from the rest of the pack except they are coat color.

We will provide you with all the information you need on dark gold retriever. This will prepare you more before you bring your Dark Retriever friend home.

Dark Colored Golden Retrievers: Origins & History

The dark coat breed of Golden Retriever was born back in the 19th century because Scottish hunters wanted a new breed of hunting dog. Hunting dogs can damage a roasted bird when it is brought back to poachers or end up eating the bird.

We are not sure how to raise this dog that works with these specific traits. There are different angles. According to some people, it is thought to have crossed the Tweed Water Spaniel with the Irish Setter.

Dark Colored Golden Retrievers

Others claim that the offspring of the Tweed Water Spaniel and the Hunting Retriever were paired with an Irish setter. Other sources make it clear that the darker color was the result of a genetic predisposition.

This breed quickly became a hunting dog. It is obedient, fast, can withstand cold temperatures and prefers water.

How are they different from Golden Show Dogs?

If you are wondering why you have not seen the dark gold Retriever at the Kennel Club shows, here is why.
Although they are pure golden retrievers, they were first bred as hunting dogs.

There are not many physical differences between a traditional and a dark gold retriever. The color of their fur coat is very high.
Traditional gold is usually long, large, with a broad chest and heavy-set bones.

However, this breed has a slimmer and compact body shape. They have dull skin so they are not sensitive to abrasion. They still have a shiny and thick coat that is slightly shorter and thinner. And the tail is slightly blurred.

The Look of a Dark Colored Golden Retrievers

This hunting species is strong along with a strong structural structure. Their coat shades come in different variations from dark brown to dark red and black. They got narrow long and thick fur coats up to the end of the body.

They are easily warmed even in severe winters due to the double layered coat. Their top coat also helps to repel water.

The males of the Dark Retriever typically weigh 65 to 75 pounds and stand 22 to 24 inches high. Females weigh less, somewhere between 55 and 65 pounds, and their height ranges from 20 to 22 inches.

The Nature of a Dark Colored Golden Retriever

Like the typical Golden Retriever, they are also lively, sharp, reliable and trustworthy. They are very calm and trustworthy in nature. Whatever the situation, you can always expect them to be reliable and able-bodied.

We can read their emotions through their face expressions and body language. They like to be around people and are very careful and kind towards small children.

You will find that they are befriending someone, be it strangers or other children in the neighborhood.
Because they are so much fun, they like it when it comes to light.

However, sometimes that can be little amazing at times. The trait of wanting their attention makes them impoverished from time to time. If you ignore them, it will lead them to restraint.

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