Announcements

Puppies born April 12th

We have one no more puppies available in this litter. Some are very light and some are a beautiful medium color. These puppies have been getting lots of love an attention from my children. They will have had de-wormings at 2, 4 and 6 weeks. They will have been vet checked and had their first vaccinations. They will be ready for their news homes after May 24th. Fill out an application to get the process started to reserve your puppy. 

Classic Goldens  due in June

We are very excited to announce a brand new litter anticipated to be born in June. The puppies will be a gorgeous medium color and will have had the usual excellent care and socialization. Well bred. Excellent pedigrees and ready to become a part of your family. Fill out an application and if you are interested in this litter please specify that you are wanting a puppy born in June. We have one spot left in this litter for a female. After they are born there may be some additional spots available.

LOOKING AHEAD

English Cream Golden Retrievers

We are looking forward to a beautiful litter of English Cream Golden Retrievers. It is anticipated these puppies will be ready to go in the first month or so of 2023. Our waiting lists fill up fast, so be sure to send in an application and get the process started if you are interested in having one of these precious puppies for your family.  

Fall/Winter Golden Retriever Puppies

We are looking ahead into Fall or Winter of  2022 and also Spring of 2023 and have already got a few people on our lists with deposits reserving their sweet puppies. Since this is looking to be months out, it is not certain whether these will be Fall puppies or Winter puppies. More details to follow, but if you are serious about wanting a puppy from us, it is best to secure your spot now as spots are limited and they are filling up fast. These puppies will be a light to medium color.

If you are on the summer or Fall/ Winter list and a puppy becomes available before then ( depending on litter size ), you may be offered the chance to take him or her instead of staying on your current list.

puppies from our previous litters

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Your Puppies Needs

  Congratulations on your new puppy. Bringing a puppy home is an incredibly exciting thing to look forward to. While you wait there is lots to do to get ready. You will want to be sure your puppy has everything he or she needs. You will want to be educated on the best way to train your puppy. Your puppy needs a lot of love and attention which will be a rewarding experience for both you you.

 

  Make sure your puppy has a place he or she can call his own. This may be a puppy/ dog bed in a quiet corner of your house. Initially you will need a crate if you will be choosing the crate training method of house breaking. Some people choose to leave their puppy in a crate when they are not around to supervise. At first your puppy will not be too happy with the experience but will soon learn to be content. Just be sure to give him or her a cozy blanket, plenty of safe chew toys and anything else you want them to have for comfort while you are not able to be with them.

 

  You can purchase puppy pads which are highly absorbent and helpful in housebreaking or on trips in the car when you puppy will be crated. It is not uncommon for a puppy to get car sick, so be prepared.

 

  Your puppy will need a collar or harness. You will need to purchase a smaller adjustable size to begin with and later switch to a medium size. Have fun with it and use your personal style to make him or her  match your style. Get your new puppy a fun tag to wear with his or her name on. In the event your puppy may be lost, it’s a good idea to put your phone number on the tag.

You may choose a retractible leash or a regular nylon leash. There are so many colors and styles to choose from.

 

  Just as diet is important for humans, so it is for your new puppy. There is a huge variety of different food to choose from depending on your budget. You will want to give your puppy the best you can. There are excellent dry foods and also wet canned foods available. You will need food and water bowls as well as training treats.

 

  Your puppy will need a good dog shampoo as well as supplies for grooming. A towel and drying glove can be helpful. You may choose to use a professional groomer or tend to your puppy yourself. Either is fine. Choose a brush suited to his or her coat. You will need an ear cleaner and nail clippers. It is good to have a toothbrush for your puppy as well. The better care you give your new puppy, the happier he or she will be and the better quality of life will be enjoyed, by both your puppy and you.

 

  Along with what you will need, here is what you need to avoid:

   Chocolate

   Candy

   Grapes

   Garlic

   Onions

   Macadamia nuts

   Raw bread dough

   Raw meat or eggs

   Alcohol 

   Energy drinks

   Cooked bones

 

  Also make sure your puppy stays away from

   Liquid chemicals and cleaners

   House plants

   Beauty products

   Human and pet medications

   Plastic bags and bubble wrap

   Hot objects such as irons and coffee pots

   Holiday decorations

   Objects that can fit into a puppies mouth ( think human baby!)

 

  Be sure to take lots of pictures. They grow so fast and you will want to remember those sweet puppy days. Remember, the most important thing a puppy needs is LOVE! Make sure to get out every day and exercise with your new puppy. You both will benefit and your bond will grow every day. 

 

  As always, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us to ask any questions. We love to hear form you and welcome your comments, updates and pictures.