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    Golden retriever Vs Labrador retriever

    Golden Retrievers were originally bred as gundogs to recover waterfowl, ducks and game birds during hunting and shooting. They are probably a cross between a yellow-coated retriever, Tweed's Waterhounds, other Spaniels, settlers, and even Newfoundland and possibly the Bloodhound.

    It is believed that the Labrador loser dogs originated on the island of Newfoundland, now part of the province of Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. They are believed to have descended from the San Juan Water Dog, a hybrid of native water dogs and Newfoundland to which the Labrador is closely related.

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    Although Labradors and Golden Retrievers are of medium height and should weigh between 55 pounds and 75 pounds, the gold body is elegant and elegant while the labrador is usually more muscular and muscular. The pen-shaped tail of the Golden Retriever is an attractive, unlike the practical, short-haired "Labrador Retriever" tail of the Labrador Retriever. Goldens are often thought to have softer facial features compared to laboratories that have a strong, firm jaw. Despite their physical differences is the feature that these cuddly canines share a soft constitution that makes a pet beautiful.

    To sum up, both have wonderful temperaments and both will probably cost you the same; The main difference in Labradors is more energetic and active, while Golden Retrievers are rather relaxed and quiet.

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