Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Dog Cookies!

One cookie left for Lucy... who hid under the table as soon as she saw the camera.  Rudy and Jeffie could care less about the camera when there's cheese involved.  These dog treats are a favorite at our house.  Fetch our Cheese Dog Biscuit recipe and let your furry friends give them a try.

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Dog Lover Christmas Cookie Cutters from Fancy Flours

Photo: Fancy Flours
I was surfing around on the web this weekend to do some Christmas shopping and stumbled on some incredible dog breed cookies.  They were a bit pricey for my budget, so I couldn't resist trying to find some cookie cutters to make my own.  

That's how I discovered Fancy Flours.  As I explored their web site I couldn't help but think my face probably looked a lot like Lucy's at her begging best.  I refuse to disclose whether or not I drooled.  However, I have to say the dog lover cookie cutters at Fancy Flours are barking good!

Do they have all dog breeds?  No.  However, what they do have are pretty dog-gone cool: Scottish Terrier, Poodle, Greyhound,  Golden Retriever, Labrador Retriever, Bull Dog, Corgi, Chihuahua, Dachshund, St Bernard dogs.  Plus they have paw prints, fire hydrants and the old standby dog bone.  Checkout the Corgi cookie cutter, the Dachshund cookie cutter, and the Golden Retriever cookie cutter:
Photo:  Fancy Flours
Dachshund Dog Cookie Cutter:  Fancy Flours
Golden Retriever Dog Cookie Cutter:  Fancy Flours
Best of all for my gift shopping, they have a Cookie Cutter Dog Lovers Set of 17 cookie cutters that include:  Collie, Greyhound, Schnauzer, Irish Setter, Terrier, French Poodle, Dachshund, Labrador Retriever, Golden Retriever.  The set also includes 3 sizes of dog bones, small puppy, heart, fire hydrant, dog house and paw print! These cookie cutters are made of annodized aluminum and two recipes are included.
Dog Breed Cookie Cutter Assortment:  Fancy Flours
 Cookies not your thing?  Okay, all you cupcake lovers... check out the Sugar Dog Assortment of molded sugar dog DecOns.
Sugar Dog DecOns:  Fancy Flours

 Hmmm... would it be terribly rude if we made dog treats with these cookie cutters?   Somehow I don't think Lucy, Jeffie or Rudy would object to snarfing down, say, a Chihuahua...   Bone appetit!

Sunday, November 27, 2011

Adopt Donatello a Labrador Retriever Pit Bull Mix Dog

What a beautiful boy!  Donatello is a black and white Labrador Retriever and Pit Bull Terrier mix dog.  Actually, at only about 9 months old, he's really still a puppy and filled with happy energy.  According to animal shelter staff, Donatello appears to already be housebroken and walks nicely on a leash.  He's also already neutered, so he's ready for his forever home today.  

If you're looking for a young dog to fit in your active lifestyle, consider Donatello.  For more information, contact the Humane Society of Missouri in St Louis at 314-951-1562.  Donatello's animal ID number is A516919

Saturday, November 26, 2011

Dog Song Saturday: Run Back Home, Soldiers Dogs Reunions

We have a special dog song and video for you today in celebration of Thanksgiving.  At Talking Dogs we give thanks for many things, not the least of which is our men and women in the military who sacrifice so much for our country.  Today's Dog Song Saturday is in honor of American soldiers ... and their dogs.

Run Back Home is an original song by The Blue Pages and it's accompanied by a fabulous video of several reunions of soldiers and their dogs.  Get those tissues handy, you'll need them.  However, this time those tears will be happy ones and you'll find you have a great big grin on your face.
Grab a dog.  You'll definitely want a dog with your for this one.  Sit.  Stay.  Exercise those smile muscles and enjoy Run Back Home.  If you find you love the music, you can download Run Back Home at     Now, if you're in the mood for some songs about dogs with barking good dog videos, check out more Dog Song Saturday features.

Then scroll down below the Run Back Home dog song video to fetch some barking good dog blogs because today is a Pet Blogger Hop.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Wire Hair Fox Terrier Dog Jewelry Gifts at For Love of a Dog

Wire Hair Fox Terrier Dog Lover Necklace
Those of you who love a Wire Hair Fox Terrier must be celebrating Eira's Best in Show win at the National Dog Show this week.  

At For Love of a Dog Jewelry and Gifts we celebrate the Fox Terrier dog breed every day!

Shown at left is a one of a kind, handcrafted Wire Fox Terrier dog lover necklace.  That adorable Wire Hair Fox Terrier dog artisan pendant is hand sculpted porcelain and can easily be removed to wear as a brooch.  

The necklace includes adorable three dimensional creamy white porcelain dog bones combined with natural gemstone beads of royal blue lapis lazuli and riverstone.  Silver accents include a little dog bone dangle from the pendant / pin.

Perhaps you'd like to simply wear your beloved pup close to your heart with a Wire Fox Terrier dog pin.  We have a whimsical handcrafted porcelain Wire Fox Terrier dog brooch.
Whimsical Wire Fox Terrier Dog Brooch
And we have a Wire Hair Fox Terrier dog brooch in a show trot.
Wire Fox Terrier Dog Brooch
Fetch more Wire and Smooth Fox Terrier dog breed necklaces, bracelets, pins, and dog leash holders at For Love of a Dog.  We offer unique, handmade artisan gifts to please any dog lover.  Check out our dog breed jewelry and gifts, mutt and mixed breed dog jewelry, dog rescue jewelry, dog breed Christmas ornaments and more.  

Shop the For Love of a Dog Jewelry & Gifts holiday sale for savings and enjoy free standard shipping with your purchase.  Dog lover jewelry and gifts handcrafted by dog lovers since 1991.

Wire Hair Fox Terrier Wins National Dog Show

Top Dog, Eira, Wire Fox Terrier | Photo: PeoplePets
Yesterday a Wire Fox Terrier aptly named Steele Your Heart won Best in Show at the 2011 National Dog Show.  Steele Your Heart, also known as Eira (pronounced Ira) beat out 1,500 other dogs to win the competition.

Eira triumphed over six other dog group winners: an Affenpinscher named Joey who won the Toy Group;  a Whippet named Chanel who won the Hound Group;  a Bernese Mountain Dog named Tanner who won the Working Group;  a Dalmatian named Ian who won the Non-Sporting Group;  an Australian Shepherd named Reckon who won the Herding Group;  and an English Springer Spaniel named Zelda who won the Sporting Group.

Eira is four years old and from California. This is her 17th Best in Show title.  She'll try to continue her winning streak at the Westminster Kennel Club show in February in New York.  A win there would make her the third dog to win both competitions in the same year.  In 2009, Eira's handler, Gabriel Rangel, won both shows with a Scottish Terrier named Sadie.

The National Dog Show is hosted each year by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia.

Beagle Dog Breed Jewelry and Gifts at For Love of a Dog

Beagle Dog Bone Bracelet...
If you love a Beagle or have someone on your holiday gift list who does, then fetch the Beagle dog breed jewelry and gifts at For Love of a Dog.  You'll find unusal, one of a kind handmade Beagle dog lover bracelets, pendants, necklaces, earrings, Beagle Christmas tree ornaments, and even a Beagle dog leash holder.

Shown left is an adorable Beagle dog bone bracelet complete with heart charm.  Genuine gemstones are combined with cute lampwork dog bones and a hand crafted Beagle dog sculpture charm.

Looking for a little something for a stocking stuffer?  Then how about a Beagle dog lover pendant shown below.  This one includes a sweet silver heart.

Beagle Dog Pendant..
Shown below is a Beagle dog leash holder.  Again, hand crafted and one of a kind.
Beagle Dog Leash Holder..

Fetch more dog lover jewelry and gifts from For Love of a Dog.  Whether you're looking for specific dog breed jewelry, mutt or mixed breed dog jewelry, dog rescue jewelry or dog lover gifts, you're sure to find something unique at For Love of a Dog.  Plus, enjoy fast, free standard shipping.

Thursday, November 24, 2011

Baseji Jewelry and Gifts at For Love of a Dog

Basenji Dog Necklace & Pin...
If you or someone on your holiday shopping list loves a Basenji, then you owe it to yourself to check out the handmade Basenji dog breed jewelry at For Love of a Dog.  You'll find an assortment of hand crafted Basenji pins, bracelets, necklaces, even a Basenji Christmas ornament and one of a kind dog leash holder.

Shown above left is a Basenji dog lover necklace with a pendant that can be removed to wear as a pin.  Adorable Basenji pin is whimsical in style and free hand sculpted in porcelain.  The necklace is a chain made from natural gemstones and silver.

Prefer a solo pin?  For Love of a Dog has you covered.  Right now we have more than one style available in Basenji dog breed pins.  Some variations are shown below.

Brindle Basenji Dog Breed Pin / Brooch...
 If your favorite Basenji dog has that beautiful brindle coloration in the face, take a look at the Basenji dog pin shown above.
Porcelain Basenji Dog Pin..

Or how about this lovely hand sculpted porcelain Basenji dog pin shown above.  Gorgeous authentic gold edging to this beauty.
One of a Kind Dog Lover Necklace and Brooch..

At For Love of a Dog we believe all dog lover jewelry is fun jewelry, but some just has a bit more zing.  The Basenji dog lover turquoise necklace shown above will bring a smile to your face immediately.  Again the pendant of this necklace can easily be removed to wear solo as a pin.  The necklace is all genuine gemstones combined into a chain with silver.  The dog pendant / pin is a one of a kind creation and you will not see this anywhere else.  Adorable dog face with a fancy collar is hand sculpted porcelain clay.  Check out that darling silver dog bone dangle.

Fetch more unusual, hand crafted dog lover jewelry from For Love of a Dog.  We offer dog breed jewelry, mutt and mixed breed dog jewelry, dog rescue jewelry, dog breed Christmas ornaments, dog leash holders, and elevated dog feeders.  Our products are handmade in the Missouri Ozarks by dog lovers.  Enjoy unique artisan dog jewelry and gifts, plus fast, free standard shipping.

Happy Thanksgiving from For Love of a Dog

Happy Thanksgiving!
from all of us at Talking Dogs
Lucy, Jeffie, Rudy, Skeeter
Sue & Gary 
(with our apologies to Norman Rockwell)

Wednesday, November 23, 2011

Norwegian Elkhound Dog Breed Jewelry Christmas Gift Ideas

Norwegian Elkhound Dog Lover Bracelet  
If you are a fan of the Norwegian Elkhound dog breed, we hope you enjoyed our Dog Song Saturday Tribute to the Norwegian Elkhound. Plus, we've got some Christmas gift suggestions for your wish list.

Shown above left is a Norwegian Elkhound dog lover bracelet that combines festive red crystal and silver beads.  Dangles are a handcrafted Norwegian Elkhound miniature dog sculpture, a silver heart and dog bone.
Norwegian Elkhound Dog Lover Brooch 

Shown above is a completely hand sculpted porcelain Norwegian Elkhound pin.  Whimsical is style, this artisan creation is a perfect gift for anyone who loves one of these beautiful dogs.
Norwegian Elkhound Dog Breed Pendant 

Looking for a fantastic stocking stuffer?  Fetch a Norwegian Elkhound dog lover pendant complete with a silver heart.  

At For Love of a Dog Jewelry & Gifts, we love dogs.  That's why we've been created handmade artisan dog lover jewelry since 1991.  We offer jewelry in almost 100 dog breeds, mutts and mixed breed dog jewelry, and even dog rescue jewelry.  Since each jewelry piece is one of a kind, quantities are limited.  Shop now for the best selection and enjoy our gift box packaging and free standard shipping.

Wordless Wednesday: Dog Caught Napping

You are getting sleepy...
Your eyelids feel very heavy...

Even if you look away... you are still getting very sleepy...

Very sleepy...
You could probably catch a proper nap if that woman would get the camera out of your face.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Random Thoughts

Can you spot the buck?
Deer hunting season is over.  Finally.  I hate hearing the gun blasts.  In fact, all three dogs and I flinch.  They don't like the sound.  I can't help thinking about the deer that visit us, coming through our place for a drink of water or stopping to graze not far from the horses.  During hunting season they're more likely to streak through, though, as if chased by the hounds of hell.
There he is.

This fellow found a good place to stop and catch his breath.  He's listening for danger, though.  I'm sure he heard the dogs.  They were in the house going crazy.
I think he's trying to tell me something.

It's also that time of year when I try to be vigilant about keeping the bird feeders full.  Our "regulars" are probably used to my rather irregular attempts to attract them.  However, in my own defense, I do succeed when winter really arrives.
Just focus on Lucy's beautiful face...
And it's also that time of year when I selfishly promote my For Love of a Dog jewelry and gifts.   Please note that I did not say: shamelessly.  Internally I feel a twinge of ... well, not shame.  Not really.  After all, Talking Dogs is the blog presence of For Love of a Dog, so there's bound to be some promotion.  Especially because we are busy as Santa's elves around here.  However, I do sometimes feel as though I hijack my own blog!  So, for those of you who'd prefer to not be bothered with such, my sincere apologies!

Meanwhile, I have books to review (next up is Old Dogs by Gene Weingarten), products to review (next up is the Bottoms Up Harness from Silver Tails), dog treat recipes to share (Christmas baking is not just for humans at our house) and dog news I want to bark about.   

I'm guessing Santa's elves never actually sleep!  Obviously, Lucy does not have that problem.

Monday, November 21, 2011

Thanksgiving is Going to the Dogs

Thanksgiving may be turkey themed at your house, but here it is definitely dogs, dogs and more dogs.  Yes, we'll be roasting and feasting on the traditional bird and all the trimmings.  Yes, the dogs will take up their best positions in the kitchen for catching any little bits that might come their way.

However, the big thing is... the National Dog Show!  Hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia, the National Dog Show is one of the oldest benched dog shows in the United States;  it's been held since 1933.  Dogs are judged in groups (ie: Toy, Herding, Non-Sporting, Terrier, Sporting, Hound, and Working) and a top dog will be named as Best in Show.  Last year an Irish Setter, three year old Clooney of Washington State, won Best in Show; in 2009 a Scottish Terrier, Sadie, took home top honors.

The National Dog Show features over 3,000 dogs in 185 dog breeds.  The 50 top contenders will be spotlighted on NBC-TV  (MSNBC Sports - the National Dog Show) on Thursday, November 24 at noon in all time zones, following the Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Last year we were thrilled to see the six new dog breeds that entered the ring:  Boykin Spaniel, Leonberger, Cane Corso, Icelandic Sheepdog, Bluetick Coonhound and Redbone Coonhound.  

This year six additional dog breeds will join the competition:  Norwegian Lundehund (called the "puffin dog" in Norway), Xoloitzcuintli (called the "show-low"),  American English CoonhoundCesky TerrierEntlebucher Mountain Dog and  Finnish Lapphund.  Plus we always love John O'Hurley's running commentary during the show.

Just can't tear yourself away from that dining room table?  Get that dvr set and ready, dog people!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Adopt Nina a Pet Bull Terrier Puppy Dog

Now, here's a gorgeous dog girl who's looking for a forever home.  Nina is a spayed female black and white Pit Bull Terrier dog.  Well, actually, at only 7 months old, Nina is still a puppy with all that puppy energy.  She prefers to go outside to relieve herself, so shelter staff believe she's housebroken.  She'd make a wonderful companion for an active lifestyle.  

If you've got room in your heart and in your home, consider adopting Nina.  For more information, contact the Humane Society of Missouri in St Louis at 314-951-1562.  Nina's animal shelter id number is A518119.

Saturday, November 19, 2011

Dog Song Saturday: Norwegian Elkhound Tribute

It's Saturday!  Time for a dog song at Talking Dogs.  Today we're wagging our tails about another Nancy Simmonds song, A Tribute to the Elkhound.  The song is accompanied by a really wonderful video slideshow of Norwegian Elkhounds.  Don't miss this terrfic look at this beautiful dog breed.  And if you'd like to explore more of singer and composer, Nancy Simmonds, songs about dogs, visit Musical Tails on the web.

Grab a dog.  Sit.  Stay.  Relax and enjoy A Tribute to the Elkhound.  If it gets you in the mood, visit our Dog Songs at Talking Dogs for more great canine music.  Then come back and scroll down below the Norwegian Elkhound video to explore some barking good dog blogs because today is a Pet Blogger Hop.  Plus, you may want to fetch handmade Norwegian Elkhound dog lover jewelry at For Love of a Dog.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Working Dogs Need Retirement, Too

Max - NK9WD Mascot   
According to the National K-9 Working Dog, Inc organization, the majority of the dogs that serve to protect the general public are discharged from duty with no benefits.  The lucky ones get adopted by their human partners while the not so fortunate are put to sleep.  

The National K-9 Working Dog was established to help working and retired police, search and rescue, and service dog adoptive families with the expenses that go with keeping such a dog comfortable in their retirement years.  They believe that no retired working dog should ever have to suffer discomfort or premature death because of a lack of financial support.

They are creating a national database registry for all working dogs.  Once identified these dogs can be given the equipment and care necessary to protect their lives and wellbeing.  In addition the Nk9WD conducts public awareness workshops and events to educate the public about service dogs, incuding the rights of service dogs and their handlers under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Their most recent project is the National K-9 Learning and Earning Program which includes a partnership with fifth and sixth graders at Laurel Intermediate School in Laurel, Delaware.  Through donations from local businesses and individual, the children will be paid a penny a day for good schoolwork and attendance.  The money is invested in a CD and eventually goes to the care of regired service dogs that are adopted by police officers.  According to Jay Meranchik, founder of NK9WD, "Our goal is to get these children to relate to what happens to police K-9s after working in a job without retirement benefits."

For more information about National K-9 Working Dog, Inc visit them on the web at .

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Dog Mom Jewelry at For Love of a Dog

Dog Mom Dog Bone Bracelet in True Blue & Silver 
I'm a dog mom.  In fact, I can't think of any time when I've missed an opportunity to bore amuse even a casual acquaintance with some kind of tale about my dogs.  

And when I'm wearing one of my Dog Mom dog bone bracelets, I never fail to get compliments that turn into dog friendly conversations.  So, because they make such wonderful Christmas holiday gifts, and simply because I love them, I can't resist the urge to show them to you.

The Dog Mom dog bone bracelet shown above includes a true blue lapis gemstone heart, as well as a silver one, too.  The hand stamped dog bone proclaims your status to the world with another little heart, just for good measure.

Shown below is a similar Dog Mom bracelet, but this one is decked out with red coral.
Dog Mom Dog Bone Bracelet in Red Coral & Silver
How about a Dog Mom dog bone bracelet with a star, hearts, plus a little forever home dog house charm.
Dog Mom Dog Bone Bracelet with Forever Home Charm
Last but not least today, For Love of a Dog offers this handmade Foster Dog Mom bracelet for a very special woman who is definitely a star.
Foster Dog Mom Bracelet at For Love of a Dog

Fetch more dog lover jewelry from For Love of a Dog.  You'll find other Dog Mom, dog bone, and dog lover bracelets which are handmade, unusual, and make truly thoughtful gifts.  Because our jewelry is generally one of a kind, shop now for best selection.  If you have a purebred dog, be sure browse our dog breed jewelry and gifts.

Remember... FREE standard shipping with every purchase.  PLUS, use this discount code at checkout to receive 10% off your total purchase:  FLDVIP.

Wordless Wednesday: Lucy in Dreamland

Her eyes may be open, but she's deep in sleep.  
Dreaming of cheese?

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Dog Treats Recipe: Banana & Peanut Butter

Lucy patiently waiting... 
Lucy has a new favorite dog treat.  It combines two of her favorite tastes:  bananas and peanut butter.  Probably the only thing that would make it better is if it had cheese!    Actually, Lucy and Rudy are not picky eaters.  They'll eat almost anything.  However, both really love bananas.

This recipe is quick, healthy and easy to make substitutions depending on what you have handy in the kitchen.   It has a bit of a plus with the addition of parsley for fresh breathe.

We snatched this recipe from our Newsbite from Modern Dog Magazine.   You can fetch more dog treat recipes from Talking Dogs here.  Bone appetite!

Banana & Peanut Butter Dog Treats
1 banana, peeled

1 cup oat flour (we substituted whole wheat flour)
2/3 cup rolled oats
1/2 cup dried parsley
3 tablespoons peanut butter
1 egg, beaten

Preheat oven to 300 degrees.  Smash/mash the banana in a mixing bowl.  Add the other ingredients and mix well.  Set aside for about 5 minutes.  Roll mixture into 24 balls, using about 1 tablespoon dough for each.  Place each ball on a large parchment paper-lined baking sheet.  Use a spoon to press each ball into a 1 1/2" to 2" flat coin.  Bake until firm and deep golden brown on the bottom - approximately 40 - 45 minutes.

Tuesdays definitely got tastier!  Join the Tasty Tuesday blog hop!

Monday, November 14, 2011

Book Review: The Dog Cancer Survival Guide

Talking dogs book review of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide:  Full Spectrum Treatments to Optimize Your Dog’s Life Quality & Longevity.  Written by Dr. Demian Dressler, DVM with Dr. Susan Ettinger, DVM, Dip, ACVIM (Oncology).  Published by Maui Media, LLC

Some reviewers have stated that if your dog has cancer, you need this book.  I’ll go one step further and say:  if you own a dog, you need this book.  The majority of dog owners will be forced to deal with the heartbreak of losing a dog to cancer.  In fact, if you subtract euthanasia, cancer is  the number one killer of dogs. 

I can honestly say that I wish I’d had this book years ago.  I’ve lost three dogs to cancer, one only a few weeks ago. 

When my review copy of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide arrived, I was a bit intimidated by the sheer size of the volume.  I began to quickly flip through, thinking I’d set it aside to read later.  I found myself compelled to sit down and begin reading right away.  I’d fully expected it to be a downer, but it is the opposite.  As I read, I felt empowered by not only the detailed information, but the upbeat tone of the book.

As Dr. Dressler says:  “Dog cancer is an emergency, and if it is the tsunami you are facing, think of this book as your survival guide.” 

A massive compilation of medical and scientific information could be dry, boring, and over whelming.  It’s not.  The Dog Cancer Survival Guide is written in clear, straightforward, conversational layperson’s language. 

You’ll find everything you wanted to know but didn’t know to ask about canine cancer veterinary treatment, both conventional, as well as holistic treatment options, including botanical nutraceuticals, supplements, nutrition and mind-body medicine.  In addition, there’s a section devoted to how to work with your veterinarian to develop an individualized treatment plan for your dog.

This book has a wonderful balance of factual information about various forms of canine cancer and their treatment, plus a healthy dose of psychological and compassionate support for dog owners.

The clearer your mind and heart are, the easier you learn," says Dr. Dressler. "The more you learn about cancer and how to treat it, the wiser the decisions you will make about your dog’s treatment. The calmer you are, the more likely your dog will be calm, too.”

The organization of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide is excellent and intuitive.  Each chapter includes flagged side notes which range from comments from Dr. Ettinger, examples of true stories of dog’s with cancer, further information and more.

Dr. Demian Dressler is a general practice veterinarian in Maui, Hawaii, who first published The Dog Cancer Survival Guide as an eBook sold to readers of Dr. Dressler’s blog  Dr. Susan Ettinger is a veterinary oncologist at the Animal Specialty Center in New York City.  They first met at The College of Veterinary Medicine at Cornell University in the 1990’s.  In The dog Cancer Survival Guide they’ve taken their decades of clinical experience and thorough research of the current literature to explain dog cancer for the lay person.

Talking Dogs recommends this book without any reservation.  What a wonderful holiday gift this would be for anyone who lives with dogs.  Fetch a copy of The Dog Cancer Survival Guide today at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Kindle or Nook.

Fetch a look at The Dog Cancer Survival Guide Table of Contents on our Good Reading page.

New Golden Retriever Dog Jewelry at For Love of a Dog

Golden Retriever Dog Bone Necklace  
It's no secret that we're partial to Golden Retrievers.  Two of the Talking Dogs pack have Golden Retriever moms.  So it should come as no surprise that we usually have a nice variety of Golden Retriever dog lover jewelry and even some gift items at For Love of a Dog.

On the left is a new Golden Retriever - Woof dog lover necklace and brooch.

Yes, you read that correctly.  It's a necklace AND a brooch.  The pendant can easily be removed to wear as a brooch.  You can even wear other pins on this necklace.  The pendant/pin is hand sculpted from porcelain and so cute!  I couldn't resist adding another handmade porcelain element:  the WOOF dog bone.  Combined with silver and ready to collect compliments.

Golden Retriever Dog Pendant 
Something smaller more your thing?  Here's a Golden Retriever dog pendant that's hard to resist.  A little two dimensional dog sculpture combined with a red jasper heart.  Goldie love ready for your chain or ribbon.

Right now we also have Golden Retriever dog pendants like this in silver, too.  They make wonderful little gifts for Christmas or any time.  We also have bracelets.  The Golden Retriever dog lover bracelet shown below is in turquoise and gold with a picture jasper puffy heart and a gold dog bone.
Golden Retriever Dog Lover Bracelet  

Do you have a black Golden Retriever dog?  We have not forgotten you.  Here's a lovely handmade black Golden Retriever dog pin made with you in mind. 
Black Golden Retriever Pin
This is just a small sample of the Golden Retriever dog jewelry currently available.  Fetch For Love of a Dog now for more specific dog breed jewelry in almost 100 dog breeds, plus don't miss our Mutts dog jewelry for barking good Dog Mom bracelets and more!  We also have dog breed Christmas ornaments, dog leash holders and unique elevated dog feeders that make howling good gifts.  Plus...  free standard shipping!