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New golden owners often ask, “How often should a golden retriever be groomed?” They should be thoroughly brushed once every one to two weeks and other grooming should be done on a regular basis. For example, retrievers can easily get ear infections if their ears are not cleaned once a week.Does a golden retriever need to be groomed?
The short answer is yes. Golden Retrievers have a gorgeous, golden double coat that does not need much daily care, but weekly brushing is wise, especially when they shed. Besides brushing, your Golden will need trimming of the feet, heels, and ears. You can take your Golden to a grooming salon, but you can also groom yourself.How do you trim a golden retriever?
Trimming Your Golden Retriever's Coat Avoid trimming your Golden Retriever's entire coat. Golden Retrievers have a double coat, consisting of an undercoat and an overcoat. Trim the fur on your Golden Retriever's feet and legs. You'll want to trim the fur around the bottom to the feet first. Move on to the legs.Are golden retrievers a good family dog?
About Goldens. A Golden Retriever lying in a puddle. Golden Retrievers are very good family dogs because they extremely sweet and gentle with young children and do not bark very much. They are known for having a "soft mouth," and some have even been seen carrying raw eggs in their mouth without breaking them.