Allow me to first personally thank you for stopping by our website. We love Goldens, and have lived with and cared for some very fine dogs over the last 25 plus years. We live in the foothills of El Dorado County where the dogs get early and thorough socialization with some hunting skills thrown in just in case. We take great pride in the quality of our dogs and their early training. We combine clean fresh country air with lots of love and individual attention to produce dogs that will integrate into their new lives easily. Unwanted behaviors are discouraged by gentle re-direction, and good habits--especially
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Our family devotes a large amount of time and effort to each and every puppy we sell. We want both you and the puppy to be happy. Of course, Goldens are naturally very happy dogs, but very occasionally a mismatch occurs between owner and dog. Please do not hesitate to get in contact and let us help.
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Rare and Exotic are currently what some breeders are calling white Golden Retrievers, for which they are charging a premium rate. Be aware that, according to the official Golden Retriever Club of America breed standard, purebred Golden Retrievers do not come in pure white, though some Goldens may have coats that are light cream in color. The breed standard allows for a "rich, lustrous golden of various shades," from very light to very dark. If you decide to purchase a white or light-colored pet-quality Golden, the dog should not cost more than other dogs in the litter.
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potty training--are reinforced strongly from an early age. We are fortunate to be able to have family with the puppies nearly round-the-clock. This attention tends to prevent the development of bad behaviors. In short, we accentuate the positive, eliminate the negative, and latch on to the affirmative, as that great old song from Johnny Mercer and Harold Arlen goes...