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Feeding your Golden Retriever using a puzzle feeder or go slow bowl may help to reduce the risk of bloat. Slowing down mealtimes can also help your dog to feel fuller after each meal, so they are less likely to beg for extra snacks!
Keeping your Golden Retriever physically and mentally active is key for health and wellbeing. Schedule in daily walks and fetch sessions, and offer a variety of interactive toys to prevent boredom when you can't be at home.
Supplements can be used as part of an arthritis management plan, as well as to support overall joint health. Mobility aids such as ramps and stairs are ideal for helping retrievers with hip dysplasia get in and out of the car.
Keep your Golden Retriever warm and cosy with soft snuggly bedding and warm jackets, coats and jumpers. Extra supportive foam or plush beds are ideal to help protect sensitive joints.
Golden Retrievers have a medium length coat with a high tendency to shed. To avoid your clothing and furniture being covered in dog hair, groom your Golden Retriever regularly with a deshedding brush or undercoat rake.
Give your Golden Retriever puppy the best possible start in life with a premium quality large breed puppy food designed to support healthy bone and joint growth.
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