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We also have a vegan menu at The Golden Retriever in Bracknell available 6 days a week. Located on the Nine Mile Ride, an 18th-century bridleway created for Queen Anne, the Golden Retriever is a charming thatched roof pub surrounded by countryside, near to Swinley Forest. Many of our guests visit us from nearby Ascot and Windsor.
Take a look through our offers page for a full list of delights we can currently tempt you with. Make sure to sign up to our email club to be the first to hear of any future offers. We even have a vegan menu available 6 days a week. The Golden Retriever is a dog-friendly pub in Bracknell. We welcome four-legged friends and have water and treats available to ensure they're as comfortable as you are during your visit!
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Dogs are allowed in the bar area of our pub, as this is the friendliest environment for you and your four-legged friends to feel relaxed, safe and happy, at all times during your visit. So, what is there to do in Bracknell? For those of you who enjoy an adrenaline rush, Thorpe Park is just under a half an hour drive from us — although we recommend you visit us after riding your favourite rollercoaster!
Monday to Friday 11am to 11pm Saturday 11am to 11pm Sundays 11am to Acceptable or expected weights are not specified in the UK standard, but the Kennel Club standard calls for a level topline and straight hindquarters without the slight rear angulation found in American lines. The eyes are round and dark, which is in contrast to the triangular or slanted composition of their American counterparts.
British Golden Retrievers can have a coat colour of any shade of gold or cream; red or mahogany are not permitted. Originally, cream was an unacceptable colour in the UK standard, but the standard was revised in to include cream. At the time of this revision, the exclusion of cream as a colour was agreed to as a mistake, as the original "yellow" retrievers of the 19th century were actually lighter in colour than was permitted by the standards used before As with American lines, white is an unacceptable colour in the show ring.
Their coats are darker in colour and occur in various shades of lustrous gold with moderate feathering. When trotting, they have a free, smooth, powerful, and well-coordinated gait; as the dog runs, its feet converge towards the center of the line of balance. American breeders of Golden Retrievers sometimes import their dogs from Britain to take advantage of the temperament and appearance of the British types.
The Canadian Golden Retriever has a thinner and darker coat and stands taller than other types. As indicated by their name, their coats occur in light golden to dark golden colours.
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The topcoat is water-resistant and slightly wavy, and sheds in small amounts throughout the year. The undercoat is soft and keeps the retriever cool in summer and warm in winter; it sheds in the spring and fall.
The Golden's coat should never be too long, as this may prove to be a disservice to it in the field, especially when retrieving game. The American Kennel Club AKC standard states the coat is a "rich, lustrous golden of various shades", disallowing extremely light or extremely dark coats. Therefore, "pure white" and "red" are unacceptable, as is black. The Golden's coat can also be mahogany, referred to as "redhead", although this is not accepted in the British show ring. Puppy coats are usually much lighter than their adult coats, but a puppy with darker ear tips may indicate a darker adult colour.
Golden Retrievers left are often confused with Yellow Labs right.
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One key difference is the much shorter hair of the Yellow Lab. The temperament of the Golden Retriever is a hallmark of the breed, and is described in the standard as "kindly, friendly and confident". Golden Retrievers are also noted for their intelligence. Typical Golden Retrievers are active and fun-loving animals with the exceptionally patient demeanour befitting a dog bred to sit quietly for hours in a hunting blind. Adult Goldens love to work, and have a keen ability to focus on a given task. They will work until they collapse, so care should be taken to avoid overworking them.
Other characteristics related to their hunting heritage are a size suited for scrambling in and out of boats and an inordinate love for water. Golden Retrievers are exceptionally trainable—due to their intelligence, athleticism and desire to please their handlers—and excel in obedience trials. They are also very competitive in agility and other performance events. Harsh training methods are unnecessary, as Golden Retrievers often respond very well to positive and upbeat training styles.
Golden Retrievers are compatible with other dogs, cats, and most livestock. They are particularly valued for their high level of sociability towards people, calmness, and willingness to learn. Because of this, they are commonly used as guide dogs , mobility assistance dogs , and search and rescue dogs. The average lifespan for a Golden Retriever is about 11 to 12 years. Golden Retrievers are known to have genetic disorders and other diseases.
Hip dysplasia is common in the breed; when buying a puppy, the pedigree should be known and be examined by the OFA or by PennHIP for hip disease. Obesity is also common in the breed because Golden Retrievers love to eat. Puppies should eat about three cups of food a day and adults three to five cups, depending on the food and how active the dog is. Cancer is the breed's biggest killer, causing The most common is hemangiosarcoma , followed by lymphosarcoma , mast cell tumour , and osteosarcoma.
They may suffer from heart disease, especially subvalvular aortic stenosis ,  and cardiomyopathy and joint diseases, including patella luxation , osteochondritis , panosteitis , and cruciate ligament rupture. Their long hair also gets knotted up under the ears and longer hairs on their belly and legs if not groomed, these dreads can be cut out with scissors with slow rapid cuts. They can cause pain and discomfort and if left too long will get more matted. In addition to the heavy shedding they experience and their constant lighter shedding throughout the year , Golden Retrievers can suffer from skin diseases; the most prevalent skin problem is allergies often leading to acute moist dermatitis or " hot spots " , with the most common allergy being to fleas.
Golden Retrievers require regular grooming and occasional baths. They also need to have their ears cleaned regularly, or ear infections might occur.
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While shedding is unavoidable, frequent grooming daily to weekly lessens the amount of hair shed by the animal. Severe shedding resulting in bald patches can be indicative of stress or sickness. The Golden Retriever's eagerness to please has made it a consistent, top performer in the obedience and agility rings. Its excellent swimming ability makes it proficient at dock jumping.
A natural retrieving ability means it is also competitive in flyball and field trials.
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Consequently, the best water spaniels were crossed with the existing retrievers, resulting in the establishment of the breed today known as the Golden Retriever. Improvements in guns during the s resulted in more fowl being downed during hunts at greater distances and over increasingly difficult terrain, leading to more birds being lost in the field. Because of this improvement in firearms , a need for a specialist retriever arose, as training setter and pointer breeds in retrievals was found to be ineffective.
Thus, work began on the breeding of the dog to fill this much-needed role. The original cross was of a yellow-coloured retriever, 'Nous', with a Tweed Water Spaniel female dog, 'Belle'. Marjoribanks had purchased Nous in from an unregistered litter of otherwise black wavy-coated retriever pups.
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In , this cross produced a litter that included four pups; these four became the basis of a breeding program which included the Irish Setter , the sandy-coloured Bloodhound , the St. John's water dog of Newfoundland, and two more wavy-coated black retrievers. The bloodline was also inbred and selected for trueness to Marjoribanks' idea of the ultimate hunting dog. His vision included a more vigorous and powerful dog than previous retrievers, one that would still be gentle and trainable. Russian sheepdogs are not mentioned in these records, nor are any other working dog breeds.
The ancestry of the Golden Retriever is all sporting dogs , in line with Marjoribanks' goals. The Golden Retriever was active and powerful and had a gentle mouth for retrieving games while on hunts. Organisations other than clubs are dedicated to Golden Retrievers, such as breed-specific adoption sites. One such organisation is the Golden Retriever Club of Scotland, which in August assembled Golden Retrievers at the historical home of the first Golden Retrievers.
They were first exhibited in , and in were recognized as a breed referred to as Retriever Golden and Yellow. A photograph taken by photographer Lynn Kipps to commemorate the occasion captured Golden Retrievers, and so holds the record for the most Golden Retrievers in one image. It took another 14 years for the breed to be recognized in America, and in , the American Kennel Club did so.
In , the Golden Retriever Club of America was founded. As of the year , 62, have been registered and the only breed above them is the Labrador Retriever. These are the first records of the breed in these two countries. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Golden Retriever disambiguation. Golden Retrievers vary in colour, with a fair-haired dog shown here beside a mahogany one. Animal Forum.