Japan the Golden Retriever instructs his neighbor's puppy how to use the stairs. 

Japan's teaching style isn’t so much showing as it is telling, but he gives the little guy an encouraging paton the back and he gets down safely!

The golden retriever was first bred in the Scottish Highlands in the late 19th century by a gentleman named Dudley Marjoribanks, 1st Baron Tweedmouth (Lord Tweedmouth to you), a Scottish businessman and politician who bred dogs as a hobby.

Other breeds that are found in the retriever’s lineage include the Flat-Coated Retriever, the Tweed Water Spaniel (an extinct breed), and the Irish Setter. The breed was first registered by the American Kennel Club (AKC) in 1925, and there are three types: the British, American, and Canadian types.

Once fully grown, these dogs can stand as tall as 21-24 inches at their shoulders, and can weigh upwards of 60-75 pounds. Of course, goldens are incredibly friendly, but they may freak out any smaller children that might be around, possibly even knocking them down when excitedly greeting them.

Golden retrievers are considered to be the fourth smartest dog breeds in the world, trailing behind border collies (1st), poodles (2nd), and German shepherds (3rd).


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