Part of the reason you don't see date of death for many of Florence's dogs is, they are mostly still alive. She's had pretty good longevity in her lines.
I know the sire, Morton. I know the sire's sire, ChestR. I know Morton's dam, Posh. From a temperament standpoint they are definitely nice easy to get along with dogs. I have a friend with a bitch out of ChestR. Higher energy than you would expect out of a show dog. Lots of personality. Very nice temperament.
I've never met the dam Bouquet or her sire/dam.
Here's the good thing about Florence's litters, she has bred some outcrosses by bringing in Euro lines. The bad thing with outcrosses, it's hard to know exactly what you will get every time. But she is taking a chance on what the pups will be like. If you look at a lot of US show litters, you'll find higher COI, with all the usual dogs in the influence. So you know what you are getting, but sometimes repeating the same thing over and over isn't such a good thing. I hope that makes sense.
If you have questions about clearances, just ask Florence.
Here's what I know about Florence and her breeding. She's been breeding for a long time. She shows extensively. She came from obedience trials and moved into breeding. She has made breeding golden retrievers her life.
Just ask her whatever questions you have.
~ Stacey with Hunter, Lucy and Riot, missing Reilly, Tiger and Pennie