What is paradise? Authors and poets and playwrights of old have tried to capture the perfect image of paradise, yet all have left something to be desired. If only any of them had conceived of a giant field full of Golden Retrievers, they may have come close to the paradise that the Golden Retriever Club of Scotland created at Guisachan Estate.
To celebrate the anniversary of the first Golden Retriever being bred in 1868 by Lord Tweedmouth, over 361 total Retrievers and their owners showed up to celebrate their own conception by being very, very good boys and girls, according to Today.
“It’s such a popular breed,” Doreen McGugan, chair of the Golden Retriever Club of Scotland, told Today. "And it was the 150th anniversary, which is very special."
Honestly, the world needs less political conventions and more dog conventions.
still thinking about the 300 golden retrievers that got together in scotland. just some wholesome good boys. wow.— Hasan Piker (@hasanthehun) July 24, 2018
And next time, can we be invited?! Please??!?!
Well I don't know about everyone else but I had a wild Saturday night. I drank too much pineapple and lemon kombucha and cried at videos of the Golden Retriever gathering in Scotland.— Drew Wells (@drewashleebells) July 22, 2018
I’ve never wanted to go to something more in my entire life than this golden retriever gathering in Scotland— Stephanie Mayne (@smayne14) July 24, 2018
This is the largest ever gathering of the breed, breaking a world record. Guinness has yet to comment on whether or not they will feature the pups in their book, but we might start a Change.org petition to ensure that comes to pass.
Jesus! That is a sea of puppies! 🤗— Infynyty Kill the Corporatocracy Vote DSA (@enfynyty) July 25, 2018