Golden retriever playing with a Newfoundland pup:
Of course, the Newfoundland pup will be at least twice the size of the golden when it matures.
But both are descendants of that old water dog from Newfoundland.
The two breeds also have a common history in that both have become the family dog to have.
The golden retriever’s popularity has come in the second half of the twentieth century.
The Newfoundland was popular from the late eighteenth century through the late nineteenth century.
The old water dog of Newfoundland has been an enduring classic among modern dog lovers.
We just have fallen in love with different permuations at different times.