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Our philosophy is to produce sound tempered, healthy, trainable dogs who make great companions and can also compete in various fields.

On average we only have one litter a year.  Our aim is quality not quantity.  All breeding stock are over 2 years of age, certified clear of hip and elbow dysplaysia by the OFA, are screened annually for hereditary eye problems by board certified ophthalmologists and receive clear cardiac reports from a cardiologist. 

All breeding stock also have titles.  Why is this important to us? Our breed was designed for a purpose and certain physical and psychological characteristics are necessary to retain that ability.  We want our goldens to look and act like true goldens pretty and smart.  Showing our dogs in confirmation allows us to evaluate our dogs in an open environment.  Working and competing in obedience and rally helps establish a strong bond of mutual love and respect and allows us to showcase how eager our dogs are to please and work with their owners. 

Our puppies are born and raised in our home.  One of the keys in having a well adjusted, happy dog is socialization. Exposure to as many new experiences like other dogs, cats, children, strange noises like vacuums and crashing pots, becomes a primary focus around the 5 week mark and continues until they go home.  When pups are ready to go to their new homes at 8 weeks they will have had their dewclaws removed, received  a vet check with their first set of puppy shots and been dewormed and microchipped.  We gladly provide you with a custom puppy pack filled with information and goodies to get you and your new furry addition off to the best possible start.  All companion puppies are sold on spay/neuter contracts with limited registration, 3 year health warranties and our lifetime support.

REMEMBER you are adding a new member to your family for the next 10-15 years.  Take your time and make a wise choice do not buy the first puppy that is advertised in the newspaper.  While the initial price of the puppy may be lower, a dog that does not have a strong pedigree and health clearances for generations of ancestors may end up costing you substantially more in vet bills and heartache than if you would have purchased a puppy from a breeder.  You may have known someone who has (or you may yourself have purchased) a 'backyard' bred dog, a pet store or puppy mill dog and had great success. However, the growing incidence of serious problems in the breed makes it prudent to be on guard. Among the undesirable traits are temperament problems including aggression, shyness or hyperactivity. Hip dysplaysia, eye problems causing early blindness, heart defects that can severely shorten life span and auto immune disorders such as thyroid disease and cancer are also becoming prevalent. Responsible breeders do all they can to avoid these problems by researching pedigrees and screening parents for certain inherited problems before breeding.



Spring 2013 Breeding plans


Brit (BISS Am/Can CH Castlerock Let it Be)  X  Georgia (Can/Int'l CH Damita's Georgia on My Mind RA CGN)

Georgia has been bred to Brit with puppies due around Mother's Day!


  See Pictures of our Off to the Races litter here 

Click here to see pictures of our Anatomy litter!

See Pictures of our Luxury Cars litters here

Our First - The Famous Places Litter

Pet pups are $1100.00 on spay/neuter contract. Please contact us for show pup inquiries.

Each potential client must complete a Puppy Application and attend an in person interview (or by phone if distance is an issue) before a reservation will be accepted.  Puppies that I feel to be show/performance quality will be placed first.

1)   Complete our Questionnaire found here

2)   Once you application is reviewed, you will be contacted for a personal interview, please expect this visit to take a few hours so we can get to know each other.

3)   If accepted, your name will be placed on our waiting list.  Once the puppies have arrived, I will ask for a non-refundable deposit of $200 to hold your reservation.

4)   At 6-7 weeks of age, I will ask for the balance due.  Personal checks will be accepted but must clear the bank before you take your puppy home.   Personal checks WILL NOT be accepted at  time of pick-up

***  Please note:  Adding your name to the waiting list does not guarantee that you will receive a puppy.  Variables include: number of puppies whelped, show vs. pet quality and the sex of the puppies. 


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