The Golden Retriever is a Scottish breed dog. It is characterized by a gentle and affectionate nature and a striking golden coat. It is commonly kept as a pet and is among the most frequently registered breeds in several Western countries.
The breed was created by Sir Dudley Marjoribanks at his Scottish estate Guisachan in the late nineteenth century. He cross-bred Flat-coated Retrievers with Tweed Water Spaniels, with some further infusions of Red Setter, Labrador Retriever and Bloodhound. The breed was recognized by the Kennel Club in 1913, and during the interwar period spread to many parts of the world.
In our design, our Golden saunters down a brownstone lined street in Manhattan's Upper East Side after visiting the Guggenheim Museum. Many NYC dwellers own these gorgeous dogs, and you can own one too.