From: The Daily Mail article A popular breed of golden retriver has a new breed of pet, one that is a “golden brown” – meaning they have a rich brown coat and white paws.
The new breed, called “Goldens” has a “long, straight tail” and has a red head and white face, and is the first of its kind to be born in the UK.
The breed has been adopted by the National Trust for Scotland, which has also given the dogs “goldens” for the first time in Scotland.
The golden retrivers were first adopted by Scotland’s National Trust in 2015 and have since become a worldwide breed.
Goldens have been bred to produce puppies in the United States, Canada, and the UK for over 30 years, and have been named by the Royal Society of Veterinary Medicine.
The Scottish breed is not considered a cross between a golden and a Labrador.
They are not considered purebreds, but a cross bred to meet the breed’s physical characteristics.
The dogs have also been used to produce many other pets, including a black Labrador, an Irish Wolfhound, and a cross-bred German Shepherd dog.
They can live to be up to 70 years old.
In the UK, a golden retriveling rescue group, The Golden Bulldog Rescue Trust, has a waiting list of over 1,000, but is currently unable to meet their demand due to financial difficulties.
They have now taken over breeding the dogs, with a number of volunteers helping to run their breeding programme.
“Golden bulldogs are very popular in Scotland and they have grown into a very successful breed,” said Paul Brown, founder of The Golden Dog Rescue Trust.
“They are very energetic, have good health, and are very friendly dogs.
They’re great companions and we’re happy to have them as pets.”
He said the breed is popular in the south-east of England, but the breed in the rest of the UK has suffered.
“I’m not surprised that we’ve seen the breed disappear from Scotland,” he said.
“We’ve been seeing a lot of people buying up a few of the older, older dogs in the area.”
The rescue organisation is trying to find a buyer for the dogs in Scotland, but we’ve had quite a few enquiries about buying a dog from the UK.
“He added: “They’re very popular breeds in Scotland but they’ve suffered a lot.
“In the UK there are so many golden retrievers that they are a big, big hit, and it’s hard for us to find suitable homes for these dogs.”