DO YOU OFFER SHIPPING?
No we don’t ship our puppies, We want to meet you in person. We don’t want our puppies to go to a puppy mill or a bad home.
LIMITED VS FULL REGISTRATION?
Limited Registration means that the dog is registered but no litters produced by that dog are eligible for registration. Full Registration means that a dog is registered and that litters produced may be eligible for registration.
Limited Registration helps breeders protect their breeding programs.
ARE YOU A LICENSED KENNEL?
No we are a serious hobby Breeder
How big are Golden Retrievers?
About 21-24 inches at the shoulder, with males usually in the higher half of that range, and females usually in the lower half. Weight can be as low as 55 pounds, but is usually 60-75 pounds. However, there are many oversized Goldens, with some individuals topping 90 pounds. Unfortunately, this heavier weight isn’t good for their joints.
Where does the Golden Retriever come from, and why was the breed developed?
He was developed in England and Scotland as both a land hunter and a water retriever (retrieving shot ducks from the water).
What kind of temperament and personality does the Golden Retriever have?
Golden Retriever’s kindly expression says it all. This is one of the finest family dogs in the world: cheerful, demonstrative, trustworthy with everyone, and forgiving of any mistakes made by inexperienced owners. Give this breed two brisk walks each day, play fetch games, and take him out for a good run once a week, and he is adaptable to almost any lifestyle. Friendly with everyone (strangers, children, dogs, cats, smaller pets), his bark is welcoming rather than protective.
You must control his tendency to chew on objects and to mouth your hands — provide a box filled with toys so he can carry things around in his mouth.
A Golden Retriever remains enthusiastically puppy-like for many years, so early obedience training is required to instill calmness and good manners.
Eager to please and wonderfully responsive, he is nonetheless distracted by exciting sights and sounds, so you must be both patient and persistent.
The mind and heart of a Golden is sweet and gentle, but his body is robust — until he’s taught not to pull on the leash, you’ll need good biceps to walk him.
Can you help me decide whether the Golden Retriever is the best breed for me?
Yes, I offer personal consultation if you need to make sure this is the breed for your family and lifestyle.
Little known Fact:
Golden Retriever are ranked #3 Smartest dogs in the world and ranked #2 most beautiful dogs in the world and ranked #1 Family best dogs in the world. (Animal Planet)