are a small kennel in the Beaumonth,
Actually, we aren't a kennel at all. We are a
home that happens to be
owned by multiple Golden Retrievers. All of our
dogs are house dogs and
live with us as members of our family.
We only have litters occasionally, and only when
we believe the
breeding will produce beautiful, healthy Golden
with the typical wonderful, loving, and
easy-going Golden temperament.
Our puppies are whelped and raised in our home
and socialized with children,
other dogs, and cats. They are exposed to all
activities such as vacuum cleaners, television,
dishwashers, hair dryers,
etc. So don't be surprised if your puppy isn't
phased by any of these
noises when you get home.
All of our dogs used for breeding have the
Hip and elbow certification by the Orthopedic Foundation
for Animals (OFA)
Eyes cleared yearly by a board certified
Heart cleared by a board certified cardiologist.
We are very selective in our breeding
program, always remembering that our goal is
to achieve the very best in temperament, health
All pet puppies are sold on a AKC Limited
Registration and Spay/Neuter Contract.
Limited Registration means in the event the dog
sires or bitch
whelps a litter, the offspring cannot be
registered with the AKC.
purpose of this provision is to prevent unwanted
puppies from being born.
SOME OF OUR PUPPIES IN THE PAST
(Click on picture for larger
TYPICAL HALO GOLDEN PUPPIES
When shopping for a breeder, it is very
important that you do your research. Responsible
breeders screen all breeding stock for genetic
disorders common to the Golden Retriever, and
want to find the best possible homes for the
pups. Good breeders will ask you plenty of
personal questions about your lifestyle, your
neighborhood and your past experience with dogs.
A responsible breeder will be there for you for
the life of the dog and will include a clause in
the contract saying that if you can't keep the
dog for any reason, the dog goes back to the
suggest that you start your search for a good
breeder by visiting this Golden Retriever Club
of America web page:
Acquiring A Golden Retriever