Lord TweedmouthThe golden is recognized universally as being a perfect combination of beauty, grace, intelligence, honesty and of a singular personality. Originally bred for hunting, the golden is now recognized as being the ideal choice for the family.


History of the golden

The golden retriever is originating from Scotland. It is in the 1900 that the breeder Sir Dudley Marjoribanks, known under the name of Lord Tweedmouth, created the golden using out crossing. It is one of the principal craftsmen and founders of this breed. It is necessary to wait the year 1913 so that the golden is recognized as a pedigree dog in Great Britain.

The golden retriever, as its name indicates, belongs to the retrievers whose role is "to bring back" game. Moreover in the beginning, this dog was educated to bring back wounded or cut down game posted in water or tall grasses organized by the English aristocracy.