By: Marie S.

Ashtyn and Orange


Golden Retrievers are smart, kind, helpful, and cute dogs.

They love exercise and play.

They understand you and are loyal to you.

They have seven or more puppies to a litter.

They love the human who helps them breed, and always

will believe that she is their Mom.


The golden is a dog with a fluffy, soft, and golden coat.

They have irresistible eyes.

Their tail is always wagging and they are always ready to play

with you or cuddle with you.

They have a warm lick, and their nose is ice cold.

Some are dark, some are blond, some have Mohawk hair

and they are all cute!


The golden retriever is a great family dog.

They love everyone they meet.

These kid-friendly dogs sometimes demand attention.

They stick their nose in

your face and beg you to them.

Sometimes they breath in your face,

and it can smell pretty bad.

When they wake me up this way I call it

the stinking hot wind.

At the end of a long day,

the golden greets its owner with happiness and

always stays right next to you

even if you are doing your homework.


Goldens do very important work too.

They lead the blind.

They help hunters retrieve their prey.

The visit and comfort sick and elderly in hospitals.

Some are Search and Rescue dogs too.

They help the police and firefighters and

they have saved peoples' lives.

They had golden retriever search and rescue dogs

on the scene of 911 who saved peoples' lives by

finding them under the fallen buildings.

But for some, help came too late.

Many of these great dogs died after working on 911

from the dust and poison in the buildings.

 A goldenretriever will try and try and they are true heros.


I believe Golden Retrievers and other kinds of dogs

are true heros.

They pro tect us and always love us and they may die for us.

 They deserve our respect

and we must always love and care for them.

They are part of our family and my best friends.


Oh and remember this,

" Never under estimate the warmth of a cold nose "



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