A red golden retriever is a naturally occurring variation of the breed of golden retrievers; however, it has a dark coat than the majority of golden retriever breeds.

The red retriever is among the last category of retrievers with golden hues; however, it is distinguished by its distinct red color.

Red Golden Retriever

Golden retrievers with red eyes are the same breed with dark black or brown eyes, black color nose, lips, and nails found in most golden retrievers.

Red Golden Retriever Dog

Golden retrievers were bred to be firearm dogs throughout the Scottish Highlands in the mid-19th century when hunting wild fowl(Birds) was a top-rated game.

Golden retrievers were first recognized in 1903 by the Kennel Club 1903. They were then shown in 1908 and legally recognized as the breed they were today in 1911.

Male red retrievers weigh in the lower part of the 65-75-pound range used for golden retrievers and are 22 to 23 inches tall. 

Red retrievers for females will be on the lower side of the 55-to 65-pound range, which is the norm for golden retrievers. They are typically 20 to 21 inches tall.

Red goldens are extremely intelligent, meaning they are simple to train. Red Golden also possess the ability and the sensitivity to determine what they need without being directed.

They are bonded with humans quickly, making them wonderful pets for the family. This also means they must belong to the same family.

Red retrievers are a part of the typical life expectancy of Golden Retrievers, which ranges from 10 to 12 years.

If you're purchasing a golden retriever puppy from a breeder, anticipate paying an amount of at least $1000 to secure one of these magnificent puppies.