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GOLDEN RETRIEVERS

We have exquisite Golden Retrievers, our Stud is an English Cream Golden Retriever, Turbo with out of the country bloodlines, he will be bred to one of our American Golden Retrievers with Golden and Reddish undertones. 


Turbo, Our Stud dog has lineage directly from Australia

GOLDEN RETRIEVERS

SHIRLEY HAS DELIVERED ON 8/3/19

TAKE HOME IS 9/28-10/5  8 babies; 3 boys; 5 girls


  • Golden Beauties Driven to Doodles (Darkest Female)
  • Golden Beauties Driven to Doodles (Cream Female)
  • Golden Beauties Driven to Doodles (Female)
  • JT0208 (Girl)
  • PS72019 Girl)
  • DW8419 (Boy)
  • ES81019 (Boy)
  • JS9319 (Boy)

Spring 2020 TAKE HOME WAIT LIST

We will be breeding one of the following girls 

with Turbo, the stunning English Cream Golden boy! 

Possible Gal Pairings: Laverne, Goldie, Stella


  •  GOLDEN BEAUTIES DRIVEN TO DOODLES
  • GOLDEN BEAUTIES DRIVEN TO DOODLES
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FAQs

 

The Golden Retriever

The Golden Retriever was developed in Britain in the 1800's specifically for retrieving game; the first person to have actually been credited with the coining of the breed was Sir Dudley Majoribanks (later referred to as Lord Tweedmouth), he began with Nous who was a yellow flat coated retriever in 1866 (Cairns 1999). In 1868 Nous was bred to Belle who was a Tweed Water Spaniel which was a favored retrieving dog at the time; Nous resembles the Golden Retrievers of today (Cairns 1999). The breeding of Nous and Belle produced 4 yellow colored pups named Ada, Crocus, Cowslip and Primrose; Cowslip was bred to Tweed (a Tweed Water Spaniel) and then bred to Sampson (a Red Setter) (Cairns 1999). In 1884 Jack (male from Samson and Cowslip) was bred to Zoe (Flat coated black Retriever whose sire was a flat coated Retriever and dam was Topsy daughter of Tweed and Cowslip) (Cairns 1999). The last breeding that Lord Tweedmouth entered was that of Nous (II) and Queenie, Queenie was a daughter to a black flat coated retriever and Gill who was from the same litter as Nous (II); two yellow colored pups were whelped from this pairing named Prim and Rose (Cairns 1999).  


  

References:

Cairns, J. (1999). The Golden Retriever: All that Glitters. Howell Best of BreedWiley Publishing New York, NY.

K9data Retrieved from: https://www.k9data.com/fivegen.asp?ID=17176&type=longevity Retrieved on 1/31/2018



The below photos are of our Goldens, all Owned and Loved by us!