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Golden Retriever Adoption – Experts’ Approach to Finding a Dog That’s Right Up Your Alley

By now you’ve probably decide that Golden Retriever is the right breed for you. Now it’s time to make the next step. When it comes to Golden Retriever adoption you have several choices. Let’s have a look at the options you’ll have and find out which one is the best for you.

Puppy vs. Adult
Personally I take a great pride in watching my pups growing into well-trained strong and obedient adult dogs. Adopting a pup gives you an opportunity to train him the way you want and to develop traits you’d like the most. But, of course, you’ll need to put a lot of time, effort, money in training and caring for your pup until he grows up in a fully trained and developed dog.

On the other hand you can adopt an adult pre-trained Golden Retriever who thanks to the amazing character of this canine will start loving you almost at once! The downside is that an adult Golden already has an established set of habits and some of them may be hard or even impossible to change. An adult dog will normally cost more than a pup because the owner has already spent a lot of money on food, training and care.

Male or Female
This choice is not that difficult because there is not really much difference between male and female Goldens. Yes, males are generally larger than females, but unless you are planning on breeding Golden Retrievers it does not really matter whether you choose a boy or a girl. Both sexes in Golden Retrievers have the same traits of being very active, intelligent and obedient. Besides, it is a good idea to have your dog spayed unless you are planning on breeding Goldens.

Shelter, Breeder or a pet store?
My advice here is — definitely not a pet store. If you’ve decided to buy a dog rather than adopt it from a dog shelter then go and find a reputable breeder. The reason to avoid pet stores is a low quality of dogs available there. Most of them come from puppy mills and are in poor health or inherited genetic diseases as the result of improper breeding. On the contrary, buying a dog from a reputable breeder insures good health and reduces risks of various problems later in life.

If you’ve decided to take a dog from the shelter then your motivation is probably to help him. And I assume you are ready for some difficulties. Of course you can find a great pet there, but chances also are that you adopt a not very healthy dog. Just be aware of it and try to find out more about the dog you are willing to adopt before you actually do it.

Choosing a dog
Whether you’ve decided to adopt a pup or an adult dog the key here is to get to know each other before the actual adoption. If you are adopting an adult dog spend some time with him and learn about his character and habits. As it was stated above — you may not be able to change some of the habits. You also need to get a feeling of what is the personality of the dog and what is his health condition.

If you are choosing a puppy the things are bit different. The pup is just a kid, but you can already learn from his behavior. The fist step is to spend some time with the breeding pair. The pups are very likely to inherit many traits from their parents so it is essential for you to get a feeling of what is the character, the appearance and the health of the dogs. Ask questions to find out everything you need about the breeding pair. And always ask for the health certificate to make sure a breeding couple possesses no signs of hip dysplasia, cataract and other hereditary diseases.

Now, when you’ve found out enough about the breeding pair, its time to stay with the litter. Observing puppies as a group note which pup is the friendliest one (normally its the one that runs towards you first) and which one has the most balanced personality (normally its the one in the center of the group). When you’ve finished observing the litter, don’t forget to spend some time with each pup one-on-one. Take a pup in your arms. He should show no signs of enmity or fear to your touch. Now make the same with the next one. When you’ve gone thought the process, you’ll have an idea about the personality of each pup and what you expect from him when he grows up.

Finally, never adopt a dog if you are not 100% sure that he is the right one for you. It’s better to spend more time looking for the right dog than to spend next 10 years with the one that does not really suit you.

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Adoption and Children Act 2002 and Its Impact on Adoption Tracing

On 30 December 2005, Section 98 of the Adoption and Children Act 2002 came into force in England and Wales, giving birth relatives of adopted persons the legal right to use intermediary services to locate and attempt contact with their adopted relatives. According to the Act, birth relatives include the birth parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, uncles, and aunts of adopted persons. Section 98 also gives adopted adults the legal right to use intermediary services to locate and attempt contact with their birth relatives.

Until the early 1970s, many unmarried mothers were forced by their families to place their children for adoption against their wishes. Section 98 gives these women and their relatives the opportunity to trace their adopted family members and find out what has happened to them since the adoptions took place. It also works the other way, enabling adopted adults to locate and learn about their birth families. In both cases, the tool for tracing relatives is intermediary services.

Intermediary services can be provided by registered adoption agencies and registered adoption support agencies. Such agencies investigate the identities and locations of sought-after family members and then approach the found individuals to determine if they would like to have contact with the relatives who initiated the searches.

The first step an intermediary agency takes when it receives an application for intermediary service is to verify that both the birth relative and the adopted person are 18 years old or older. It then must obtain information about the adopted adult and the circumstances of the adoption from a variety of official sources, including the adoption agency that performed the adoption (or the agency that has the adoption records), the Registrar General, and the involved courts. Additionally, the agency must determine how the adopted adult, the adoptive parents, and any other interested parties feel about being approached by the intermediary agency (i.e., Are they interested in being found, or are they willing to establish contact with the birth relatives?).

Once it has collected all this information, the intermediary agency must record it with the appropriate adoption agency or the Registrar General’s Adoption Contact Register. The Adoption Contact Register is a government resource that contains the contact information of adopted adults and birth relatives who would like to reconnect with one another. It also contains information about which specific birth relatives an adopted adult is willing to have contact with, if certain individuals are specified.

It is important to note that both an adopted adult and a birth relative must consent to being contacted for the exchange of information to occur. An intermediary agency will only release identifying information about an individual if that person has consented to such a release.

If an adopted adult does not want to be contacted by birth relatives, he or she can register a veto with the Adoption Contact Register. The adopted person also can register the veto with the appropriate adoption agency, which must keep the veto on record. This way, if an intermediary agency ever contacts the adoption agency about that adopted individual, the adoption agency can explain the conditions of the veto. A qualified veto allows an intermediary agency to approach the adopted person only on behalf of a specific birth relative or only under specific circumstances. An absolute veto, on the other hand, does not allow the intermediary agency to approach the adopted person under any circumstances. An adopted adult can modify or revoke his or her veto at any time.

Once an intermediary agency succeeds in matching a birth relative with an adopted adult, the agency acts as a liaison to exchange the information between the parties. From there, the reunited individuals can choose how they would like to proceed with their contact and possible reunion.

Individuals who were separated by adoption and later reunited through an intermediary agency may want to consider having a DNA test performed to confirm their biological relatedness. A variety of genetic tests–from maternity and paternity tests to siblingship studies and grandparentage tests–are available today to help people answer questions about their family relationships. After waiting so many years to find one another, adopted persons and their birth relatives may be able to find the peace of mind they’ve been looking for with the aid of intermediary services and DNA tests.

Amanda Roberts writes about current events in the UK. For information about the DNA maternity test and paternity test services available to confirm your relation to a birth parent or adopted child, visit DNA Bioscience.

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Labrador Retriever Adoption – 10 Benefits to Adopting an Adult Lab Instead of Buying a Puppy

1. Destruction Will Be At a Minimum: An adult dog over 2 years old is over the destruction age. The excessive chewing, nipping, and heavy shedding all start out with the puppy. We all know how rambunctious they can be. All they want to do is play and they don’t have a care in the world what gets destroyed. An adult Lab will pick things up and will get them kind of slobbery, but at least they will be in one piece.

2. Good Bladder Control: A puppy can only hold his bladder between 45 minutes to an hour at a time. Even if the dog you adopt has not been house trained yet, it will be so much easier and take so little time to train them since their bladder can be held for 3-4 hours. If you work, this is ideal.

3. You Know Their Temperament: What you see is what you get. If the adult dog that you are looking at has been neglected and mistreated but still has a good temperament, can you image how good of a dog he will be when he has a good family that will love him?

4. You Know How Big He Will Get: An adult Lab is already the size that you are looking at and will not grow anymore. You know what I’m talking about if you’ve ever had a puppy that ended up growing two times the size you thought he would. There are no surprises for you since he will be full grown.

5. Money: Adopting an adult Lab will be a fraction of the cost of a new puppy. Don’t forget you also have to buy food, toys, a leash, collar, license, etc.

6. The Vet Care Is Completed: Most of your adoption agencies (at least the good ones) have the dog fully vaccinated before they are adopted. That will save a lot of money.

7. Health Problems Identified: Usually an adult dog is old enough so that you can see whether or not they have a chronic illness or a life threatening disease. If he does have an illness, you will know up front what it will cost for treatment before you adopt him.

8. Adult Labs Are More Relaxed: They are over that crazy puppy stage and don’t need a demanding exercise routine like that of a puppy. Yes, you have to exercise them, but it won’t be like having a rambunctious wild eyed pup. Yes, puppies are so cute, but are a lot of work.

9. Adult labs Are Ready To Go: You won’t have to wait for all the puppy vaccination series to be completed. Your new Lab can go home with you and immediately go on walks, hikes, swimming and even start a training program for him.

10. Your Lab Will Pick You: This is the best benefit of all. The best advantage in adopting an adult Lab is that the process also allows the dog to pick his owner. You will know when it is a good fit because dogs know immediately how you feel about them. It’s their instinct. When you feel it is right, it’s always a win-win situation. You are going to love it!

Does this mean I don’t think you should buy a puppy? No, that’s not what I’m saying here. I just want you to make sure you are going to “fit” perfectly with your new pet, so look at the alternatives and check to see if you actually have the time to even train a puppy. There are so many dogs in shelters that need someone to love them. Why not let it be you.

I sincerely hope this article was helpful to you. If you would like more information on any dog needs whether it’s natural/organic nutrition, dog training, tuff dog toys, dog gifts, allergy kits, flea control and more, please visit http://www.TailWaggingSolutions.blogspot.com While you are there you can enjoy reading “Just For Doggie Laughs” and “Putter’s Doggie Tips for the Week”. Here’s to loving your dog.

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