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  • What is the adoption process?
    Inquire about Litters: Shoot us an email at with your questions about our adorable litters and available picks. Puppy Application: Once you've decided on the perfect match, fill out our simple puppy application to kickstart the adoption journey. Reserve Your Spot: Secure your spot by placing a $200 deposit, ensuring you get to choose from the litter you have your heart set on. Puppy Arrival Notification: Exciting times ahead! We'll notify you by email when the puppies arrive. At this stage, a $300 deposit is requested, with the remaining $1000 adoption fee due upon pickup. The total adoption fee is $1500. Choosing Your Puppy: At the 4-5-week mark, you'll receive a scheduled time for a visit or a Zoom call. This is your moment to choose the newest member of your family. Ready for Pickup: Receive a call or email when your adorable Golden Retriever puppy is ready for pickup, marking the beginning of countless memories and wagging tails! We're thrilled to embark on this journey with you and can't wait to see the joy your new furry friend brings into your life!
  • What is included with the puppy?
    Your newest family member comes with everything they need to start their journey with you! Adorable Companion: Your puppy is not just a pet; it's a beautifully socialized, well-rounded bundle of joy ready to explore the world with you. Health Assurance: Rest easy knowing your puppy comes with their first shots and a clean bill of health from our trusted vet. Ongoing Support: Our commitment doesn't end with adoption. You'll have our contact and support, because we genuinely love hearing about your puppy's adventures and are here to answer any questions that may arise along the way. Starter Pack: To make the transition smoother, we provide a sample of food. It's a small touch, but we believe every detail counts in ensuring your puppy feels right at home from day one. Bringing joy into your home is a shared experience, and we're here to make every step delightful and worry-free!
  • How do I prepare my home for a Golden Retriever puppy?
    Welcome to the Golden Retriever family! Puppy-Proof Your Home: Ensure a safe environment by removing hazards, securing cords, and setting up a cozy sleeping area. Essentials for Arrival: Stock up on chew toys, prepare food bowls, and designate a potty area. Family Preparation: Excite and prepare your family for the joyous arrival of your new Golden Retriever companion!
  • How much exercise to Golden Retrievers need?
    Golden Retrievers are social butterflies, and they thrive on being with their families. Here's a guide to keeping your Golden happy and healthy: Indoor Interaction: These sociable pups often prefer indoor hangouts with the family. Regardless of your home's size, ensure there's ample room for your Golden to move around comfortably. Outdoor Activities: Daily walks are a must, ranging from 45 to 60 minutes, once or twice a day, depending on your schedule. This helps keep your furry friend active and engaged. Off-Leash Play: If your Golden is well-trained, responsive, and stays close, off-leash walks at the park (where permitted) can add an extra layer of joy to their routine. Understanding and meeting your Golden's exercise needs not only keeps them physically fit but also strengthens the bond between you and your delightful companion!
  • How much sleep does a Golden Retriever need?
    Golden Retrievers truly know how to catch some Zs! Here's what to expect when it comes to their snooze time: Adult Sleep Habits: Adult Golden Retrievers, being energetic and larger in size, tend to enjoy up to 12 hours of sleep each day. They use this time to recharge from their active moments. Puppy Power Naps: If you're bringing home a Golden Retriever puppy, get ready for some serious nap sessions. Puppies can sleep between 18 and 20 hours a day! Their boundless energy during waking hours is a clear sign of growth and development. Normal Puppy Behavior: The extensive sleep schedule of a Golden Retriever pup is completely normal. They're not just resting; they're busy growing and burning energy when they're awake. So, if you find your furry friend catching plenty of Zs, rest assured—it's all part of their healthy and happy development stage!
  • How long does it take to train a Golden Retriever puppy?
    Training your Golden Retriever pup is a rewarding journey that unfolds over several stages: Early Development (7-8 Weeks): Start laying the foundation for good behavior by introducing socialization, discouraging biting, and beginning the process of outdoor potty training. Basic Behavior Training (Up to 6 Months): Focus on fundamental behavior training, including socialization, leash manners, potty training, and teaching not to bite. Lay the groundwork for a well-behaved companion. Introduction to Commands (6-18 Months): This stage is perfect for teaching commands like sit, stay, fetch, and more. With their energy levels high, incorporate obedience training into fun activities to keep them engaged and happy. Remember, training is an ongoing process that evolves as your Golden matures. By the 18-24 month mark, you'll witness the full bloom of a well-trained, delightful companion. Enjoy the journey of building a strong bond with your intelligent and loving Golden Retriever!
  • What type of grooming do Golden Retrievers require?
    Brushing: Ensure a luscious coat by brushing at least twice a week to prevent matting and reduce shedding. Baths, Nails, and Ears: Schedule regular baths, nail trims, and ear cleanings to maintain overall health and hygiene. Professional Grooming: Periodic visits to a professional groomer may be necessary to keep your Golden Retriever looking and feeling their best!
  • How much grooming is required for a Golden Retriever?
    Coat Care: Golden Retrievers have a dense, water-repellent coat that requires regular grooming. Brushing Routine: Brush their coat 2-3 times a week to manage shedding and prevent matting. Routine Maintenance: Regular baths, ear cleaning, and nail trims are essential for their overall well-being. Enjoy the grooming routine with your Golden Retriever!
  • What kind of diet is suitable for a Golden Retriever?
    Balanced Diet: Provide a balanced and nutritious diet tailored to your Golden Retriever's age and activity level. Opt for high-quality dog food to support their overall health. Feeding Practices: Implement portion control for a healthy weight. Maintain regular feeding times to establish a routine. Vet Consultation: Consult your vet for personalized dietary recommendations to ensure the best nutrition for your furry friend!
  • Are Golden Retrievers good with children and other pets?
    Family-Friendly Nature: Golden Retrievers are known for their gentle and friendly demeanor, making them excellent family dogs. Compatibility with Children and Pets: They usually get along well with both children and other pets in the household. Socialization and Training: Early socialization and training further enhance their natural compatibility, ensuring a harmonious environment for everyone!
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