Finley's litter was born on 4/25/16 to Bella (Osprey's Twilight), sired by Master's Top Hat and Tails (Fred). Fin's not on K-9 data, but this is a link to the pup that Jan and Wendy kept from that litter (Twinkie) Pedigree: Osprey's Hostess With The Mostess
Hello, my friend. Thank you for your note. Life has been unusually crazy of late and I have just not had the oomph to reach out, as Sunny needed oral surgery and Molly is fighting a respiratory problem that the vets can't diagnose. And then there's the heat pump that's out, the well water system with problems, the need for new tires... But I'm basically okay. Just trying to cope.
Two in the two to four year old range are OK with us. Pam really wants a Golden Golden Retriever. The pup we were signed up for has been delayed and we are rethinking the puppy idea. I am also not on this site much. So you can email me at [email protected] if that works for you.
Hi, Dan here Pam and I are looking for an under 4 year old female Golden. We have currently contacted a breeder in the area for a pup in Dec/ Jan time frame. We would like to have two, so they can keep each other company. If you hear of an adoption let me know.
We have decided to look for another dog or two. Dogs always seem happier when they have a dog friend to play with. We are looking for 4 years and younger, of course one must be a Golden. If you know of any let me know. Thanks Dan
Thanks for the good thoughts, my friend. I have not been around much lately, between very intense work and just being sort of curled up in a ball, mourning my boy. Sunny does her best to make me laugh, but sometimes it's just too hard. I'll bounce back soon...lots of photos to post and a thread about Sunny to start.
I agree. The head tilt is super cute. The doctor ran many tests to determine if this was central and concluded is not. This is most likely inner ear but did tell me because of his age, he will have a long recovery. He is a good boy and coming along fine. Eating like a maniac. I have to divide all his food so he thinks he is getting more. HA...
Thank you! It's been a real worry for me. I had no idea about this syndrome before so was completely in the dark as to what it could possibly be. I was convinced he had a brain tumor. As of now, he isn't 100 percent out of the woods because the doctors said it could be more than the peripheral kind. I am hoping he will just recover but mentally preparing myself. Good news...he is eating up a storm and driving me insane tonight barking for more food. That is my Buddy....annoying, stubborn and relentless! HA....so, I guess you can say he is fighting his way back. Thanks for thinking of us!