Your next up is ready for you! We still have both males and female pups and they are ready to go home.
As of this post, there are still a couple males ready to to active homes. These will be some great dogs! They will be ready to go home within a week. While I don't encourage people to get a puppy on a whim, if you have had a puppy in your plans and know a golden is your choice then look us up. This litter may be our largest geographical reach. One is placed in Alabama, one in western South Dakota, one in Ohio and a possibility of California and Idaho. Hope to hear from you.
I was just speaking with one of my co-workers today about the puppies. We have had a few litters before but each time feels new. Each pup brings about new experiences. Their first barks surprise them so much they don't know what just happened. In the coming weeks the personalities will become very apparent. It will be exciting.
Please keep checking back with up and if you know a good family to bring a super dog into their home please refer us to them. Those referrals are in fact some of the most flattering things a dog breeder experiences. We are proud of our dogs and get excited when you feel the same.
If you are anything like me, you and your dog could take this opportunity to get into shape for the upcoming season. Taking the time now will help alleviate the problem of your dog getting into prime condition with just two days left of the season. Get your dog ready for opening day when the temperatures are usually the most extreme. Also in doing so, you are usually doing yourself a favor as well. As always, let us know if we can help in any way.
Excited waiting to see if the breeding was successful! Hope for a happy healthy litter.
Our new pups are growing fast. With their ears and eyes soon to open, don't miss out on this litter. Zoie is handling this large litter very well. The pups look great! I just had a pup from a prior breeding with this sire stay at my house for a couple of weeks. In one day, he was sitting on a whistle and working well with me. His picture can be found in the slideshow on the homepage (I believe the second picture)
We are excited to announce that Zoie was bred to "Copper" this past week. We will spend the next month or so patiently waiting to be able to do an ultr
It have been a very busy and rewarding couple of days. It is a great deal of fun to see the smiles as people leave with their new pup. It is also bittersweet because we do get pretty attached to them all. Four more will go to new homes today.
The pups are growing very quickly. I have one of our new containment systems built for when they break out of the whelping box which could be tomorrow. These pups should keep us hopping and we are going to enjoy it very much.
My name is Brett Clarke. You are looking at my hobby. Most of the time, however, I am a proud father and husband that happens to work as a principal in a great district in Southeast Minnesota.