There are many tips and tricks available for golden retriever training. This is the kind of breed that somehow enjoys chewing on objects in the house Especially if they are still puppies. This bad habit deserves a lot of attention even if they are still growing up and are not aware of what they should not be doing. Young dogs go through a keeping phase when they have this on dying urge to chew in order to relieve their teeth and gums of any discomfort. If this is the case, they should be given true voice so that they do not bite through the furniture.
For those on a budget, using a sock with ice in it makes a great chew toy. Whenever the dog seems to want to bite something they can be given this to chew on. If it is not a small animal and its teeth has been developed enough to break the sock, it might require attention while it is using this. There are also alternative ways that can be used And that are equally safe for dogs.
Leashing out a dog also requires a lot of getting used to especially from the dogs side. Many dogs on leashes very uncomfortable and unsettling. So it will be very useful to start this habit for them When they are still very young. While they are on a leash they should not be dragged pulled. This may add to take them and cause them to be disobedient. They should be able to roam around forever the please As long as it is within safe limits of the road. Practicing at a back yard would be beneficial before it is taken on the road.
It will take the golden retriever some time to get used to the leash but eventually it will come around.
Golden retrievers are also great diggers. They enjoy playing in the soil and burying things. This is something that is innate to golden retrievers and they should not be punished for their need to dig. If possible allow them to dig at spots in your backyard. That way it controls the location of where they are doing this. If they are not allowed to do this at the backyard they might attempt to dig inside a house or at a neighbor’s yard and this will be considered destructive behavior.
Pet owners who are very particular about their back yard especially if they have a garden can find a sand box that the golden retriever can play in. That way they can dig whenever they want to. The playful and Bury objects in the dogs sand box. Way it will have a lot of fun digging them out.