Anyone familiar with them?
I have no experience with this kennel, but having clicked through their website for a few minutes, I'd run the other way.You should join the pa social group and see the list of people who belong - I personally got my boy from a horse breeder who breeds goldens very secondary so I can't be of help.
I'm also thinking that if you list more info about the parents of the puppies you are interested in, some ppl will run checks for you.
Well, are you impressed with Taz? To my point of view, that would be a better question. Health issues? Temperment issues? Beautiful dog?I was just wondering. I'm not in the market for a golden, and would rescue anyway, but this is where my aunt and uncle bought Taz. I was just looking through her papers the other night and curiosity got the better of me and thought I'd ask. I wasn't thoroughly impressed with them even with my limited knowledge of what to look for in a breeder.
I couldn't agree more.I disagree with looking at one dog as a marker by which to evaluate a breeding program. Instead, review the Golden Retriever Club of America's ethical recommendations for increasing the chances of health in puppies by screening for common medical problems, and see if the breeder meets the expectations.
I disagree. Most Goldens who don't have an underlying temperament problems become deeply loved companions, health issues or not.Well, are you impressed with Taz? To my point of view, that would be a better question. Health issues? Temperment issues? Beautiful dog?