Kimber and Brewer
This is a first time pairing between these two and we expect some really nice well rounded puppies. Both Brewer and Kimber come from proven field lines with some great dogs behind them. They have both proven themselves as well with their own titles and health testing results. Both are very social and sweet, they have never met a person or other dog they don't like. They are very outgoing, biddable, and have great off switches and manners in the house. Kimber is about 60lbs, lower energy and medium drive. Brewer is about 65lbs, medium energy with a lot of drive. When it comes to doing any sport or activity, he goes 100%.
This litter will have great potential for those interested in working/performance prospects and for active family pets. We anticipate puppies to be dark golden in color, similar to the red color of both parents, and mature around 55-70 lbs. We make no guarantee on color/size.
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IMPORTANT INFO FOR NEW PARENTS:
*Picks will be made around 6-7 wks of age
*Vet check date (1st Vaccinations and Wellness Exam):01/23/22
*Go home Dates (1hr long appointments): 01/27/22-01/29/22
*4 WK Training Program Go Home Date: 02/24/22
*FUTURE PUPPY PARENTS: Click HERE to schedule a time on for pick up. This is a one hour time slot and is first come first serve schedule early if necessary. *Those that need transport/puppies are staying for Training Program please let me know so I can make a note.
Prospective Puppy Parents;
*Orange Male-Mary Grace D. (TX) "Scout"
*Blue Male-Lena T. (MT) "Finnegan"
*Green Male-Cody L. (AK) "Stihl"
*Purple Female- Nadine P. (Germany)
*Black Female-Anndrea B. (MT)
*Pink Female-Rachel H. (MT) "Brookie"
*Yellow Female-Jamie F. (MT)
Individual Pictures of Puppies and Descriptions.
Below you will find pictures and descriptions of each of the puppies to help the families get to know each of them better. At around 6 weeks of age, we will do temperament testing and write up a description below of how each puppy is developing. After this, we will be picking the puppy that we believe best fits your family based on information given on your application as well as during chatting and getting to know each other.
Please keep in mind that these descriptions are how we currently see the puppies developing. Color-wise the puppies will likely continue to get lighter as they get their puppy fuzz in. The ear color is said to be a good estimate of their future color. It will take them around 2 years to develop their adult coat and color. As for personality, this is never a guarantee and can develop and change as they grow in their new environment with new people, new things, and a new schedule and set of rules.
We believe it is very important to keep an open mind and spend lots of time getting to know your own puppy and start socializing when they come to live with you so that you can learn to teach it in a way that they will thrive!
Thankfully all of our puppies are raised here in a positive and interactive setting so we believe that no pick is a "bad" pick! We provide them with a lot of socialization and positive experiences to get them off to the right start, it is up to you to continue that. Your puppy will be introduced to new sounds, places, experiences, kids, other dogs, cats, and other animals around our place. The quality of experiences is more important than the quantity. Meaning for example, your dog may grow up around kids but if those experiences are negative then the dog may not like kids. So making sure the experiences are positive is key!
Goldens naturally make great family dogs and fit in great with an active lifestyle! They are typically easy to train and eager to please their owners. They do need regular exercise and mental stimulation to keep from being bored and developing negative behaviors.
Photos to come when they are born!
Individual descriptions of each puppy to come around the 6 weeks of age mark!
This little female is the most outgoing and social of the bunch. She is always the first one to approach me and constantly follows me around begging for more attention. If she knows I am around, she doesn't leave my side. She has a lot of natural confidence and I would consider her more of a leader within the pack. She is very playful and loves to play with her siblings. During play, you will likely always find her in the middle of it. While exploring, she is not scared to go off on her own. She is fairly independent.
This little female is in the middle of the pack weight-wise. She has a tiny little white marking on her forehead that will likely fade away with age. She should mature into a dark golden color similar to her parents.
This little female is one of the more outgoing and social of the bunch. She is very people oriented and always one the first one to approach me and follows me around begging for more attention. If she knows I am around, she is usually at my feet or in my lap. She is very naturally confident. I would consider her more of a follower within the pack. She is very playful and loves to play with her siblings. During play, you will likely find her in the middle of it but she also sits on the sidelines and watches as well. While exploring, you will usually see her following around a sibling but she will also go on her own as well. She is fairly independent.
This little female is the smallest weight-wise out of the litter and has been since birth. She is not far behind the others and still at a very normal weight for her age. She has a tiny little white marking on her forehead that will likely fade away with age. She should mature into a dark golden color similar to her parents.
This little female is one of the more layed back and easy going of the bunch. She is very social and likes attention but is not needy about it. She approaches me for quick attention and pets and then likes to go off and explore for a bit before she checks back in for more attention. She is pretty naturally confident. I would consider her pretty neutral within the pack. She is very playful and loves to play with her siblings. During play, you will likely find her in the middle of it but she also sits on the sidelines and watches or goes off and does her own thing as well. While exploring, she is content to go off on her own. She is very independent.
This little female is the largest weight-wise out of the females and second largest out of the entire litter. She should mature into a dark golden color similar to her parents.