The Golden Retriever

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Our Golden Retrievers reflect the best in the breed in temperament and physical conformation. We strive to produce the highest quality, well socialized, healthy puppies from parents that have had their health scores, temperament, physical strengths, and personalities carefully assessed. Our Golden's are all easy going, lower energy dogs, and that is what we strive to produce for our puppy families.

When looking for a golden to add to your family, there are a few things you need to know; first, Golden Retrievers come in a range of colors, from very light to dark red, all of which are recognized under one registration by the AKC. Second, Goldens have different types of coats. A field coat, primarily found on hunting dogs or dogs that come from hunting lineage, and Show coats, dogs found in the show ring. Genetics plays a huge roll in your dog’s coat.

You can determine the color of your puppies' coat by looking at their ears. A Golden Retriever will get its adult coat around two years of age. 

The Miniature Golden Retriever

Miniature Golden Retriever

The Miniature Golden Retriever, also known as the Golden Cavalier, Petite Golden, and Mini Golden, is a Designer Breed that has been crossbred to produce a healthier dog with the happy people-loving temperament of the Golden Retriever and the small size and sweet, cuddly personality of the King Charles Spaniel. Our Miniature Golden Retrievers range in size from 20 to 45 pounds. Occasionally being smaller with puppies maturing at closer to 18 pounds and larger puppies maturing closer to 50 pounds. 

Coats can range in gold colors just like the Golden Retriever, from light cream to dark red-gold. Coat length is generally a medium length and texture can vary from straight to wavy. 

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Four coat variations for the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel

Our Cavaliers are a small bundle of love with a big personality! They enjoy the company of their people and prefer to be with them at all times. They get along well with children, adults, and seniors, as well as with other dogs and animals. Cavalier King Charles Spaniels were originally bred by King Charles I to be used as a carriage dog. Their purpose was to ride on your lap and keep your hands warm. Even in the twenty-first century, these dogs still poses the NEED  to be in your lap. Being a descendent of the Spaniel, these tiny dogs do still enjoy flushing birds or chasing squirrels. 

The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel comes in four coat colors: Black & Tan, Tri-colored (Black/White/Brown), Blenheim (Chestnut & White), and Ruby. They are considered a Toy Breed, therefore making them a great traveling comrade.