About Us

Our adventure with Goldens began when we watched “The Incredible Journey” as a family. My son, then eight, begged us to get him a golden retriever. We had lost our dog, an Australian Shepherd, to old age a year before and he was still mourning his loss. After researching Goldens, I felt this breed would be a great fit for our family. My oldest son has Autism and, with my work as a child psychologist, I would be able to take the dog to my office as a therapy dog for my clients.

Our first Golden, Maizey, turned out to be everything we hoped for. She has been great with my children and is very loyal, loving, and patient with them. My clients have also enjoyed having her there as a support to them. Due to her wonderful temperament, we went on to breed her. She has been a wonderful mother to her puppies. My sons enjoyed being involved in raising the puppies. They were eager to hold them and be involved in socializing them. The puppies were also a help during homework time, when the boys could hold a puppy to help them stay calm and focused. Homework time was never so enjoyable.


Our Mission + Vision

Our mission is to provide families and individuals with the opportunity to welcome an extraordinary Golden Retriever into their lives. We are dedicated to upholding the highest standards of breeding excellence, ensuring that every puppy we produce is a shining example of the Golden Retriever breed.

We envision a world where every Golden Retriever lives a happy, healthy life. Our breeding practices prioritize the physical and emotional well-being of our dogs. We aim to breed dogs that not only meet but exceed breed standards, contributing positively to the breed’s heritage.

About the Breed

The story of Golden Retrievers begins in the mid-19th century in Scotland. A man named Dudley Marjoribanks, later known as Lord Tweedmouth, is credited with creating this breed.

In 1865, Lord Tweedmouth purchased a yellow retriever named “Nous” and paired him with a Tweed Water Spaniel named “Belle.” These two dogs are considered the foundation of the Golden Retriever breed. Over the years, Lord Tweedmouth carefully selected dogs with excellent hunting and retrieving abilities, including bloodhounds, Irish Setters, more Tweed Water Spaniels, and other breeds.

Lord Tweedmouth’s breeding program focused on producing a superb hunting dog capable of retrieving game from both water and land. The resulting breed was well-suited for the rugged Scottish terrain. The breed gradually evolved and was originally known as the “Yellow Retriever.” Later, they were named “Golden Retrievers” due to their stunning golden-colored coats.

In 1913, the Golden Retriever was officially recognized by The Kennel Club in the United Kingdom. Golden Retrievers were introduced to North America in the early 20th century. They soon became beloved companions and loyal service dogs. Their intelligence and versatility made them ideal for various roles, including search and rescue, guide dogs for the visually impaired, therapy dogs, and more.

Frequently Asked

How do you ensure the health of your puppies?

We prioritize the health of our puppies through regular veterinary check-ups , vaccination schedules  and health screenings.  Each puppy is raised in a clean and nurturing environment and put on a high quality dog food.

What kind of socialization do your puppies receive?

Our puppies are raised in a family and farm setting. Our puppies are exposed to various socialization experiences, including interactions with other pets, farm animals, children, and different environments.  Our puppies are exposed to everyday household sounds, activities, and routines to help them adjust smoothly to their new homes.


What's included in the adoption/purchase fee for a puppy?

The adoption/purchase fee covers  first vaccinations, microchipping, health certificates and a puppy go home package, as well as a health guarantee and return policy within a specified timeframe.


How can I reserve a puppy?

To reserve a puppy, please fill out our reservation form or contact us directly. A deposit is required and reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis.


How do you handle transportation for out-of-town puppy buyers?

We can assist with arranging transportation for out-of-town buyers through reliable pet transport services and coordination with airlines

Do you have a waiting list?

Yes, we maintain waiting lists. Contact us to be added to the waiting list for the puppy breed you’re interested in

Can I visit the puppies prior to go home day?

No. Due to the safety of contagious viruses that could come into our home, we do not allow visits to the puppies prior to them going home.

However, we offer updates and interactions through social media, text, and FaceTime to keep you connected and informed about the puppies’ progress and temperament evaluations. This policy is in place to prioritize the well-being of the puppies and to ensure a safe and healthy environment for them.

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