I'm Caroline.

Finesse Golden Retrievers is

My Joy, Passion and Pride.


For as long as I can remember I've had a strong passion for dogs.

As a young girl there was more than one occasion my parents found me curled up in a kennel with one of my furry companions. I loved nothing more than imitating them, panting or digging a nice muddy hole. All with a dog (or more) by my side!

Whilst growing up I would dream of breeding dogs.


Sadly, one of my first pets had to be put to sleep before he reached 12 months old. It was devastating for everyone in our family. He had major issues with his hips and elbows that may have been prevented had his breeder been more selective with the breeding pair and completed appropriate testing.

But this experience fueled my desire to make dogs my life's work.

I am dedicated to breeding healthy dogs with the best temperament possible so that families who choose a Finesse Goldens as their companion don't experience the same heart-break my family and I did.

I breed Golden Retrievers because I love the breed. They have one of the best temperaments in the dog world and make great companions. They really are an amazing family pet!

Finesse Goldens Make the Best Companions.

Golden Retrievers are loyal and affectionate dogs known for their loving and devoted nature. They are highly intelligent and eager to please, which makes them easy to train. They are gentle and patient with children making them a popular breed for families with kids.

Golden Retrievers are active and playful so need plenty of exercise and stimulation. Because of this we unfortunately cannot consider apartments as our puppies' forever home.

Given their temperament and intelligence, Golden Retrievers are versatile dogs which can be trained for a variety of tasks including obedience, scent work, agility, assistance and therapy dogs.

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What Every Dog Owner Must Know To Keep Our Children Safe

October 29, 20233 min read

Potential dangers for children with dogs: How to minimize the risk of dog bites

Dogs are wonderful companions for children, but it is important to remember that they are animals, and any animal can bite if it feels threatened or scared. Dog bites can be serious, and even fatal, especially for young children.

There are a number of things that parents and dog owners can do to minimize the risk of dog bites, especially when children are involved.

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Dangers of dog bites

Dog bites can cause a range of injuries, from minor scratches and bruises to more serious wounds that require hospitalization. In some cases, dog bites can even be fatal.

Children are at an increased risk of dog bites because they are smaller and less able to defend themselves. They are also more likely to engage in behaviors that may provoke a dog, such as running around, screaming, or pulling on the dog's fur.

How to manage interaction between children and dogs

The best way to prevent dog bites is to closely supervise all interactions between children and dogs. This means being within arm's reach and being able to intervene if necessary.

Here are some additional tips for managing interaction between children and dogs:

  • Teach children how to interact with dogs safely. This includes teaching them not to hug or kiss dogs, not to pull on their fur, and not to disturb them while they are eating or sleeping.

  • Keep children away from dogs when they are sick or injured. Dogs may be more likely to bite if they are feeling pain or unwell.

  • Separate dogs and children if you cannot supervise them closely. This is especially important when children are very young or when the dog is new to the family.

Signs that a dog may need a break from children

Dogs have their own body language that they use to communicate their feelings. It is important to be able to recognize the signs that a dog is feeling stressed or uncomfortable.

Some signs that a dog may need a break from children include:

  • Growling

  • Snapping

  • Yawning

  • Licking its lips

  • Turning its head away

  • Avoiding eye contact

  • Tucking its tail between its legs

If you see any of these signs, it is best to separate the dog from the children and give it a chance to calm down.

What to do if a dog bites a child

If a dog bites a child, it is important to seek medical attention immediately, even if the bite seems minor. Dog bites can carry infection, and it is important to get the wound cleaned and dressed properly.

It is also important to report the dog bite to the local authorities. This will help them to track dog bites in the community and identify dogs that may be at risk of biting again.

Conclusion

Dogs can be wonderful companions for children, but it is important to be aware of the potential dangers. By closely supervising all interactions between children and dogs and teaching children how to interact with dogs safely, you can help to minimize the risk of dog bites.


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Caroline Rolls

For as long as I can remember I've had a strong passion for dogs. I breed Golden Retrievers because I love the breed. They have one of the best temperaments in the dog world and make great companions. They really are an amazing family pet!

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