The Retrievers

The Retrievers
The Retrievers by Greg Cuddiford – Buffalo – 750 pieces

My goodness was this puzzle adorably entertaining! The Retriever family’s wall of family photos made for such a fun and slightly challenging puzzle. If you find this one out there I would definitely recommend it; not only did I have a great time, but it was an excellent quality puzzle too.

I loved the size and fit of the 750 piece Buffalo, there have only been a couple other Buffalo puzzles of this piece count that I’ve assembled before. I enjoyed it very much and found the quality to be excellent. The chipboard was a good thickness, the fit and image reproduction were both exceptional. It makes me want to find some more 750 piece Buffalo puzzles with great images. 🙂

The Retrievers 1

How adorable is this face? No wonder Golden Retrievers are such a popular breed! All the different frames made sorting a bit easier, and once they were put together there weren’t as many pieces that were just the background wallpaper.

The Retrievers 2

The cuteness of this entire image made it really entertaining for me. This was a moderately easy assembly, but it did have enough difficulty to make it fun. Barking fun!

It gets four paws way up and is highly recommended. 🐾🐾

8 thoughts on “The Retrievers

  1. Anonymous

    I saw this image awhile ago and am so bothered that Buffalo Games completely copied Cobble Hill Puzzle Company. Cobble Hill came up with this concept first and Buffalo copied it.

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    1. I can’t say for certain, but most likely the concept was the artist/photographer’s, and both Cobble Hill and Buffalo acquired the rights to his work. The artist, Greg Cuddiford, has sold his work to several companies, including Buffalo, Anatolian, Castorland, and more.


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