Today is National Golden Retriever Day, and while the dogs below aren't all purebred Golden Retrievers, they ARE purebred happy and adorable retriever mixes that are currently available for adoption at the Idaho Humane Society and West Valley Humane Society.

Keep scrolling for pictures and details about these beautiful pups who are looking for their forever homes/families 👇

Here's what National Today says about the holiday...

“Get ready to celebrate a furry friend because National Golden Retriever Day is every February 3! The Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dog breeds in the US, and for good reason. The calm temperament, intelligence, and playfulness make them ideal best friends for any dog lover."

This is true, and being one of the best and more traditional dogs in the U.S., retrievers also find their way into all kinds of different mixed breeds.

Happy Golden Retriever GIF

Plus, according to National Today, "they make great disability assistance animals, like seeing eye dogs for the blind and hearing dogs for the deaf. They’ve ended up saving lives in these roles—no wonder they have a holiday named after them."

We've listed all of the retriever mixes currently available for adoption in the Treasure Valley at the West Valley Humane Society and the Idaho Humane Society. They all look so happy and ready to find their forever homes.

Keep scrolling for pictures and details about these beautiful pups who are looking for their forever homes, as well as a list of fun things to do with your dogs this weekend, and 63 of the smartest dog breeds 👇

Adorable Retriever Mixes in Boise (National Golden Retriever Day)

5 Fun & Easy Things To Do with Your Dogs This Weekend

RANKED: Here Are the 63 Smartest Dog Breeds

Does your loyal pup's breed make the list? Read on to see if you'll be bragging to the neighbors about your dog's intellectual prowess the next time you take your fur baby out for a walk. Don't worry: Even if your dog's breed doesn't land on the list, that doesn't mean he's not a good boy--some traits simply can't be measured.

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