Do you have the big heart and nice setting to give
to one of our transitioning dogs ? On occasion we will have an adult dog to place into a pet home. These
dogs are most typically 1 to 5 years old and were most typically born and raised here, although some can be up to 8 years
of age. Some may have never had any puppies for us and some may have had several litters. We get them spayed and
neutered prior to being placed. We usually charge a fee that would cover the cost of that surgery and a little more
at times, that fee being $300 - $600. We like people to live within 3-4 hours of our home. We do not like to ship
our adult dogs. We prefer homes with homeowners, not renters. We prefer homes with another dog in the household.
We prefer homes with children over the age of 8. We prefer homes with experienced dog owners, not first time dog
owners. We prefer homes with a fenced yard. These dogs would require training and patience
while they transition from their farm/kennel/dog/breeder lifestyle here into a "pet" home lifestyle. They
are typically very nervous for the first week or more. Our female dogs are crate trained and leash broke. Our
male dogs are not house or crate trained. May or may not be leash trained. All dogs would need to be obedience
trained. It is always very difficult for us to make the final decision to place one of our dogs into a new home.
But we are dedicated to continuing on in the development of our breeds and so need to continue the bloodlines on into the
This page was
last updated July 13, 2020
Haley is a very small purebred Golden Retriever - 40 lbs.
She does not like traveling in cars at the moment. She can go out on our Guardian Program. She is not spayed.
$200 and that includes a Vet exam and blood tests and new owners have to get her spayed.
Projected Dogs Available during
DO NOT ASK ABOUT THESE DOGS listed below just yet.
This information is only posted because many people ask "what dogs will you be retiring next". WE DO NOT KNOW
exactly "WHEN" they will be ready and we do not want to line up their homes ahead of time. You can certainly
send an introduction email, but we do not want to take time conversing about these dogs until such time as we know when they
can leave. NO we don't know "approximately" when they will be ready either. So this information is just
to appease people's curiosity, not to start a process of rehoming at this time.
is a list of potential dogs retiring between this page's update date and December 31, 2020:
will be no retiring Goldendoodles in 2020.