~ ALL OF OUR PUPPIES VARY IN PRICE DEPENDING ON PARENTS.
AMERICAN GOLDEN ......................... $1000 - $1500.00 w/ LIMITED AKC PAPERS
1/2 AM. & 1/2 ENGLISH GOLDEN.................$1600.00 w/ LIMITED AKC PAPERS
3/4 ENGLISH & 1/2 AMERICAN......................$1800.00 w/ LIMITED AKC PAPERS
IRISH SETTER MIX...........................................$1000.00 w/ LIMITED AKC PAPERS
LABRADOR RETRIEVER.....................................$900 w/ AKC PAPERS
**Breeding rights are available for a higher price.
**We do at times sell litters w/o AKC papers to keep the price lower.
** Before placing a deposit down on a puppy please know deposits are non
** Deposits will not be transferred to another person if you have changed your mind on waiting for one of our puppies.
** Our Puppies are Live Animals not Merchandise, so Please Be Serious about a puppy before placing a deposit down. We have the right to interview a potential puppy owner.
** In the event that not enough of your desired sex is produced, you have the option to choose an available puppy from another litter or to move your deposit to the next breeding.
** We can not help Mother Nature. At times heat cycles may run late.
** It is very important that all of our puppies have Good Loving Homes. We ALWAYS welcome our puppies back home, if for some reason something comes up in your life that you can No longer care for the puppy.
**We do NOT except any visitors until after puppies have had their 1st vaccines.
** Puppies that have a deposit placed on them, Must be picked up at the age of 8 weeks old or pay a boarding fee of $20.00 per day.
** PLEASE consider the time and care it takes before purchasing one of our Pups.
The 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.