|The Golden Retriever Girls
The girls are usually retired before they turn 6 years old to be house pets. We want them
to have a life after their maternity years. They never have more then 5 litters. Most of them
don't have that many. Everyone says they adjust quickly to being a house pet.
I raise a lot of pups who never make it as breeding dogs. They have to go
through several stages of health and temperment tests before being added to
the breeding program. Some hereditary issues that may cause them to be placed
are... excessive barking, aggression, skin allergies, Cronic ear problems, fertility
problems, too much energy, and of course any of the health clearances that they
don't pass. These girls have not made it into the breeding program yet. All of
my dogs will eventually go to pet homes if I find the right fit for them. Some
just go sooner then others.
|*You can click on blue links for pedigrees and
|Our girls are usually adopted into pet homes around 5 or 6.
We look for the right fit for each of them. Some go on to be
therapy dogs and loving companions.
If you are interested in possibly adopting one of them, Send
me an email with information about your home, family, and
other pets. That way I will be able to contact you if I feel you
are the right home for one of them when they are ready.
There are non available at this time.