The fantasy dream of every dog lover came true when 361 golden retrievers and their owners gathered at the Guisachan Estate in Tomich, Scotland, at a mass event organised by the Golden Retriever Club of Scotland, to celebrate the birth of the first-ever litter born in 1868.
The original golden retriever puppies were born after Dudley Majoribanks a.k.a Lord Tweedmouth who always wanted a dog that was capable of swimming great distances to retrieve ducks and geese that had been shot. So one day he just decided to cross a wavy-coated retriever called Nous with Belle, a tweed water spaniel.
Here are some pictures from the doggie paw-rty:
THIS. IS. TOO. MUCH. TO. HANDLE.
MELTING FROM INSIDE IN 3, 2, 1
BRB, DYING RIGHT NOW
WELL, NOW THAT'S HOW YOU CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARIES, OK?
Why yes, we are celebrating our 2nd wedding anniversary at the Golden Retriever Festival in Tomich, Scotland. #marriedliferocks #goldenretrievers #thisisreal @dogrates @_a12k pic.twitter.com/e7Yo6quadj— Gira Desai Wieczorek (@giradesai) July 18, 2018
YAAAAS. THIS IS HEAVEN RIGHT NOW, FOLKS
361 golden retrievers met up in Scotland and is this what heaven looks like? pic.twitter.com/av17s2MUR9— Kassy Cho (@kassyapple) July 23, 2018
BAWLING MY EYES OUT BECAUSE MY HEART IS FULL OF LOVE RIGHT NOW
DEFINITELY MAKING PLANS ABOUT GOING TO SCOTLAND NEXT YEAR
Now we that we're all done with the AWWWWWWWs, is it all right to go cry in the bathroom about not getting an invite to this event?