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$0-$200 187 10.99%
$201-$400 300 17.63%
$401-$600 234 13.75%
$601-$800 160 9.40%
$800-$1200 or more... 821 48.24%
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post #411 of 492 (permalink) Old 02-23-2013, 05:33 PM
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I paid $175 CAN for Poppy at a kill shelter. I was so lucky to find her. Never in my life have I better got my money's worth than that one time.
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Allie was 125 and I spent you wouldn't believe in vet bills - Bailey was 1000 CDN with all clearances - I hope since Allie had NO clearances that it will make a difference in vet bills. I usually rescue a pup but since I discovered Golden's - which I love dearly - that a CKC pup will make all the difference in the vet bills.

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I've adopted both of my Goldens and wouldn't have it any other way.
They've both been very healthy!
We adopted Smooch from a Golden Ret. Rescue for $150 at the age of 16 months, and adopted Tucker, 2 years old, from a private party, and there was no charge, but he needed to be neutered, etc.

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When we got Jasper the people that owned the litter didnt want any money for him they just wanted the pups to go to good homes so we just helped cover the costs they had already spent on vaccinations etc.
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Cody was $600, he had all clearances and is registered AKC. I got him when he was 8 weeks old. He will be 2 years old March 21, 2013

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We paid $38 for Henry, he was in a dog shelter (1500 dogs) for 11 months, and was diagnosed with hip dysplasia. Well 4 months later he is showing no signs of a problem at all. He was immediately put on Glucosamine Chondroitin, vitamin B and Mavicam. He has his own car, a Jetta, and just got back from a trip to the beach. Had a wonderful time with the beach doggies, and ran like a streak on the beach, coming back to us every time for bacon which we save for beach treat food.
He also had to be shaved and given a puppy cut, now he looks gorgeous and everybody loves him. He's a real living doll.
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Ayla - $275 (BYB) 1991
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Originally Posted by ShadowGolden View Post
The joys of inflation (all dogs from the same breeder):

1993: Merlin - $800
2001: Cooper - $1,600
2012: Shadow - $2,400
Wow, I thought $1500 was a lot for mine.

Do you only have Shadow now? How old were Merlin and Cooper when they passed?
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Murphy was $1600.00, Both parents had all the clearances. He's a beautiful boy! Could it be those higher than normal prices for everything in the NorthEast!!!!

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How Much Did You Pay For Your Golden Retriever Pup/adult?

$0 when we picked her up. She was being given away on Craigslist.

Since then we've spend nearly a thousand dollars in vet bills, having her spayed, and private training for her. Ugh- but she's worth it!

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