My name is Jenne Black and I represent Cynazar Goldens. May I ask, if everyone is so curious about our website and our dogs, why not email or call me and ask? I always get back to my emails and I am a phone call away. In fact, while searching the web, this one string of posts is the ONLY negative information that I can find against us- which I find quite funny that not one of the people who posted about us has ever spoke with us or has owned a Cynazar puppy before. How can you judge a breeder just by the layout of their website? It is important to speak with people who have actually dealt with us in order to get a better idea about who we are and what our dogs are like.
I can put you in contact with families who own a Cynazar Golden. In fact, many of our puppy owners choose to stay connected with eachother through our exclusive Facebook group, where they can share photos, comments, and brags about their Goldens. I would imagine that a breeder with something to hide would never put his or her clients in direct communication with eachother. Our reputation speaks for itself when it comes to the quality of puppies that we breed.
I understand that the CynazarGoldens website may have been a bit rudimentary back in 2008, but I can personally assure you that it is updated and well-written now. May I ask what you think of my website now? I put my heart and soul into making it better and more informative every day. I would love to hear some feedback.
I can assure you that our dogs' hearts are cleared by a board-certified cardiologist. Please feel free to stop by any time and take a look at the original certificates. We use the term "X-Ray Clear" when we take a dog under two years of age for x-rays (a.k.a. sneak and peeks) and their hips look nice. We prefer to take the extra step and make sure that our future breeding dogs' hips are sound. We do not breed until our dogs pass their OFA's for hips and elbows (at two years of age), and of course their cardio and CERF. I wasn't aware that not having our contract posted online was a sign that we are in any way unprofessional or unethical? Feel free to interview me at any time and decide for yourself whether or not I am qualified to be a part of Cynazar Goldens!
You are entitled to your opinion, but I am sure that if you actually came and spent time with our dogs, you would feel quite differently. We are very discerning with the quality we breed. You are welcome to view the pedigrees of our European Imported males and females on the website, as I have them posted there for all to see. Please realize that it isn't the color we're after in the "English Cream" Goldens we have chosen to breed- it is the health, temperament, and conformation. All shades of the Golden Retriever are beautiful in their own way. I would like to let you know that our family spends all of our time with our dogs. No, I personally have not been able to get out in the agility ring, although I would love to! I believe that I would make a wonderful professional trainer with all the experience I have training our own dogs. Many of our Cynazar puppies have been and are being trained as Service and Therapy dogs, as well as being trained for agility and obedience. Have you heard of ADAI (Assistance Dogs for America, Inc.) and Can Do Canines? I can put you in contact with several references that can verify this if you would like.
I hope you do not feel the same way about my site now?
I was born and grew up here in Central Jersey, as did my parents. The majority of our puppy owners live right here in Central Jersey as well. Maybe we just haven't bumped into eachother? (It's not like we advertise our puppies in the local papers :P)
Please feel free to contact me about anything!