Do Golden Retrievers have Dewclaws? Or are you wondering why your Golden Retriever has a claw that is not connected to the others? Have you also been puzzled by the fact that they have these extra claws on their front paws but not their hind feet? Well, these extra claws are normal, and most dogs have them.
As a dog owner, it is normal for you to be concerned about your Golden Retriever’s health. The sudden discovery of black spots on your Golden’s tongue can be alarming, especially when you have had your dogs for ages, and these spots spontaneously manifest. I am here to reassure you that these spots are nothing to fret over.
Golden Retrievers are active, bouncy dogs who usually enjoy their daily exercise and play. This means that any sign of a limp should attract your attention fairly quickly and make you wonder why. When a Golden Retriever goes limping, even if only slightly, it always signifies an underlying problem ranging from the minor – like an insect bite, splinter, or stuck foreign object – to emergencies like a break.