The Current Litters Page

Please browse our current litters below or check out our upcoming puppy litters page!

Please Email or call us at (606) 787-9386 with any additional questions.

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Yapper & Molly
Golden Retriever's

This CKC litter of Golden Retriever puppies were born on Nov 7, 2023. They are all reserved now, thank-you for your interest!

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Prince & Queenie
Golden Retriever's

This AKC litter of Golden Retriever puppies were born on Jul 18, 2023. They are all reserved now, thank-you for your interest!

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Prince & Sally
Golden Retriever's

This ACA litter of Golden Retriever puppies were born on Jul 17, 2023. They are all reserved now, thank-you for your interest!

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Yapper & Molly
Golden Retriever's

This ACR litter of Golden Retriever puppies were born on Apr 29, 2023. They are all reserved now, thank-you for your interest!

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Chevy & Sally
Golden Retriever's

This ACA litter of Golden Retriever puppies were born on Nov 12, 2022. They are all reserved now, thank-you for your interest!

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Yapper & Molly
Golden Retriever's

This ACA litter of Golden Retriever puppies were born on Nov 3, 2022. They are all reserved now, thank-you for your interest!


Ensuring Healthy and Happy Puppy Litters

1. Pre-birth Preparations

Optimal Nutrition for the Mother

Our care starts even before the puppies make their entrance into the world. We try to ensure that the expecting mother receives a balanced and nutritious diet. As her pregnancy advances, we adjust her food intake to meet her increasing caloric needs, ensuring she’s well-nourished and ready to nurse her pups.

Safe Whelping Spaces

Anticipating the arrival of new puppies, we set up a comfortable birthing area. This ensures that the mother can comfortably give birth, and the puppies are safe and contained.

2. Post-birth Vigilance

Feeding Supervision

We monitor the first crucial hours after birth, ensuring that every puppy is nursing and receiving the essential colostrum from their mother’s milk.

Warmth and Comfort

Understanding that newborns can’t regulate their body temperature, we sometimes use heating equipment to provide consistent warmth, always ensuring they can move to a cooler area if needed.

3. Socialization and Stimulation

Regular Human Interaction

Beyond health checks, we interact with the puppies daily, occasionally introducing them to human touch and care. This practice not only fosters early socialization but also ensures they grow up to be well-adjusted, friendly dogs.

As the puppies grow, we sometimes introduce them to various environments within our facility, familiarizing them with different sounds and experiences, aiding in their comprehensive social development.

4. Health Protocols

Veterinary Examinations

Within their first 6 weeks, each puppy undergoes a thorough health check to identify and address any potential issues.

Deworming and Immunizations

We prioritize the health of our litters by following a strict deworming schedule from a tender age. In alignment with best practices, our puppies also receive vaccinations as recommended by our veterinary.

5. Weaning and Diet

From three to four weeks old, we initiate the process of introducing our puppies to solid food, ensuring a smooth transition from mother’s milk to high-quality puppy nutrition.

Conclusion

Being responsible breeders, our endeavors go beyond merely raising puppies; we are dedicated to providing them a good start in life. We think that our proactive care, health protocol, and good nutrition helps them get off to a good start in life, ensuring they are primed for a lifetime of happiness with their forever families.