GOLDEN RETRIEVER VS DALMATIAN

GOLDEN RETRIEVER VS DALMATIAN

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Golden Retriever Vs Dalmatian Appearance: Most people are pretty familiar with the way both of these breeds looks. But we'll still cover it for you anyway.  The Golden Retriever is a medium-sized dog with long golden fur. They stand up to 24 inches tall and can weigh up to 75 pounds. They have kind dark eyes and often wear a friendly expression. Their coats are always long, coming in straight and wavy variety and are water repellent. The Golden comes in varying shades of gold, from cream to deep gold with some red pigment. The Dalmatian has something of a hound appearance, and it might be easy to mistake them as a hunting dog. They have an agile yet muscular body, with long floppy ears, and tend to come off as very regal canines. Their coloring is unmistakable with a white body and all of those spots. The Dalmatian can stand up to 24 inches and weigh up to 70 pounds. Golden Retriever Vs Dalmatian Exercise Requirements And Grooming Requirements: For the exercise comparison, these two breeds are pretty evenly matched. The Golden and the Dal are active dogs with high physical and mental needs that need to be satisfied if you do not want them to become destructive. Long walks and rigorous play sessions might be enough, but both breeds are always up for some adventure and little more and make excellent hiking of biking buddies.  For grooming, the Dalmatian is going to be the easier breed to manage. So, if you want to keep grooming time to a minimum, this is something to take into account. They do need weekly brushing and shed all of the time, but the act of brushing them is very straightforward and not as involved as it would be with a Golden who needs someone to put in some time and effort to their long hair weekly to prevent matting. Both of these breeds also need an ear cleaning to be slated into their normal grooming routine to prevent infection as floppy ears are good are retaining moisture and dirt that can lead to infection. Golden Retriever Vs Dalmatian Temperament and social needs: As we go forward with the rest of the video, it will be with the assumption that the dog has been given proper socialization and training from a young age. It will also be assumed that the dog is of correct temperament and disposition for its breed.  The Golden loves people, and they are incredibly friendly and often make friends with all. They are devoted to their people love to be around them and a part of the family. This breed is one that may be more likely to try and make buddies with a stranger rather than be on their guard around them. The Golden also tends to do well with kids, small animals, and other dogs. They have a more gentle and patient personality, even despite all of their energy.  The Dalmatian, on the other hand, is more of a fighter. They might look like a hunting hound, but the breed was breed to defend guard horses and coaches. So, this breed is actually a guardian breed! The breed can be aloof with strangers and make good watchdogs. The breed is excellent with children though they may be too active for smaller children. They can excel with small animals if you provide them with a good foundation of socialization and good introduction experiences, and they are friendly with other dogs. They won't be as dog friendly off the bat as the Golden, but having a Dalmatian living with other dogs is a very achievable goal.  Golden Retriever Vs Dalmatian Trainability: Lastly, who is more trainable? The answer is the Golden, and the breed is also much more versatile. The Dalmation can be a little harder to handle, and the breed is much more sensitive than you might first imagine. The Golden, in contrast, is highly biddable. They like to learn. They pick things up quickly and can learn advanced behaviors if you are willing to teach them.

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