222 Golden Retrievers Frolic in a Field in Scotland

The golden retriever and its history were feted by 222 goldens and their masters who gathered from around the globe for a celebration in the breed’s ancestral Scottish Highlands home in July. Hosted by the Golden Retriever Club of Scotland, the festival is held at the abandoned home of Dudley Coutts Marjoribanks, who bred the first golden retriever. (Gordon Richardson)

(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)

Leave Your Comment Below

More Inspiring Stories

The Urban Herons Of Amsterdam
What Your Cat Really Thinks?
Miniature Donkeys Are The Best Friend Anyone Ever Had
Foxy Faces: Photographer Proves That Every Fox Has Different Personality
Photographer Kristýna Kvapilová Captures Beautiful And Magical Portraits Of Dogs
Incredible Bears Photography By Sergei Ivanov
Adorable Lizard Uses Blossoming Rose as a Comfy Bed
Christmas Penguins
This Horse Gets Tailored Three-Piece Suit, Looks Absolutely Dashing
Rescued Leatherback Turtle Released Back To The Ocean
A Shocking Campaign Uses Graphic Images To Point Out The Damage That Plastic Pollution Has On The Ocean’s Wildlife
The Cat House on the Kings is the Largest Cat Sanctuary
How To Be A Cat For Dummies
Three Little Witches of Eastwick
A Beautiful Scowling Curly-Haired Cat
Aren't You a Little Short to be a Stormtrooper
"Spring And A Girl": Cute Friendship Between A Snow Fox And A Human
Photographer Peter Thorne Captures Adorable Photos Of Toronto’s Chubby Cats
Tortoise Art by Katie Bradley
The Wonderful Art Of Missing Pet Posters
Russian Fisherman Posts Terrifying Creatures Of The Deep Sea, And People Want Him To Stop
Nubian Ibex Make the Most of Lockdown in Israel
Photographer Catches Squirrel Stopping To Smell A Flower
Sad Animal Facts Are The Cutest Way To Ruin Your Day
Meet Hummus, The Leukemic Fashion Cat Icon
Cat Beds Don’t Have To Look Like A Cat Bed
Melanie Faith Dove and Andrew Chapman – 'Working Dogs' Book
Fun Animal Facts You May Never Knew Existed Or Cared About
Florida Wildfire Biologists Release Panther into the Wild
Dog Surfing Competition