Welcome To Golden Retriever Home
About Golden Reriever Puppies for sale
The Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dogs in America and is a popular breed in many parts of the world. The Golden is believed to have originated in the highlands of Scotland during the 18th century.Each customer receives a vet-signed copy of the health certificate, the deworming and vaccination records, as well as AKC registration paperwork. You will notice the puppies on the “our puppies” page are not all from the same breeder or the same location. Each of our breeders is a small family breeder, and most raise just 2 or 3 litters per year.The Golden Retriever is a medium-large gun dog that was bred to retrieve shot waterfowl, such as ducks and upland game birds, during hunting and shooting parties.The name “retriever” refers to the breed’s ability to retrieve shot game undamaged due to their soft mouth. Golden retrievers have an instinctive love of water, and are easy to train to basic or advanced obedience standards. They are a long-coated breed, with a dense inner coat that provides them with adequate warmth in the outdoors, and an outer coat that lies flat against their bodies and repels water. Golden retrievers are well suited to residency in suburban or country environments.They shed copiously, particularly at the change of seasons, and require fairly regular grooming. The Golden Retriever was originally bred in Scotland in the mid-19th century
WHY CHOOSE US?
We love family. We love our kids. We love our puppies. We believe that no family is complete without a Golden Retriever. We ensure our puppies are raised with lots of love. We strive to give them healthy, routine interaction with our own children. A socially well-adjusted pup provides the groundwork for a long, happy, healthy relationship with your tail-wagging best friend.It’s the right way to grow up.Be assured that we stand behind our pups by offering a 2-year genetic health guarantee.Puppies was created for potential caring pet owners to have a credible, safe place to find their fur-ever friend. Our passion is to have a working relationship with reputable breeders who not only raise healthy puppies but who are committed to giving adequate socialization which in return will help make the transition to your home a smooth one. To reach this goal, we offer incentivized programs to our breeders who go above and beyond what the state laws require — breeders that provide extended health guarantees for their puppies and are open to continually look at implementing better breeding practices.
Coat and colour
As indicated by their name, their coats occur in light golden to dark golden colours. The topcoat is water-resistant and slightly wavy, and sheds in small amounts throughout the year. The undercoat is soft and keeps the retriever cool in summer and warm in winter; it sheds in the spring and fall.It usually lies flat against the belly. The Golden’s coat should never be too long, as this may prove to be a disservice to it in the field, especially when retrieving game. Golden Retrievers have mild feathering on the backs of their fore legs and heavier feathering on the fronts of their necks, backs of their thighs and the bottoms of their tails.
The American Kennel Club (AKC) standard states the coat is a “rich, lustrous golden of various shades”, disallowing extremely light or extremely dark coats.This leaves the outer ranges of coat colour up to a judge’s discretion when competing in conformation shows. Therefore, “pure white” and “red” are unacceptable, as is black.The Kennel Club (UK) also permits cream as an acceptable coat colour.Judges may also disallow Goldens with pink noses, or those lacking pigment. The Golden’s coat can also be mahogany, referred to as “redhead”, although this is not accepted in the British show ring.As a Golden grows older, its coat can become darker or lighter, along with a noticeable whitening of the fur on and around the muzzle. Puppy coats are usually much lighter than their adult coats, but a puppy with darker ear tips may indicate a darker adult colour.