1 boy, 3 girls left.
My beautiful girl Daisy is a proud new mum whose pups were born on the 11th july.
A bit about us. We have had Daisy from the second she was born as we also have her mum. She is well used to children as we have a 6 year old and a 12 year old who she loves to play with.
The pups will be kept in our living room where we sleep with them for the full 8 weeks to keep an eye on them. They will be well handled as our pups come out of the whelping box once they can walk properly and they will be interacted with other dogs as like I said, we have their mum and uncle. They will be used to every day noises (can't say about Hoover's as daisy is still a pansy who sits and watches from the middle of the stairs). My children play with them as soon as they are able to but are always supervised.
We give our puppies our 100% and someone is with them the full amount of time they are with us.
Daisy is not just a breeding dog, but our amazing family pet. She is our baby and our puppies are our little babies.
They will leave us fully weaned. They will come with the food they will be on, a blanket and teddy with mums and siblings scent on and kc registered with a puppy pack.
The dad is a beautiful boy called Boris. He is also a family pet but he works on a lot of adverts as well.
Boris has done a lot of modelling and acting work for huge international brands. Being selected time and time again for brands over and above thousands of other dogs, including other golden retrievers. He’s also been in 4 TV adverts. Brands that our dogs have worked with include, Dyson, Sainsburys, Barbour, Lintbells Yumove, More Than Pet Insurance, Purple Bricks, VAX, Beaphar Lactol, Primark, JML, Channel 4, Westfield, Barking Heads etc. Our dogs are brand ambassadors for Ruffwear, Barking Heads and Bonnies Boutique. They are also online influencers for many brands. (I will add pictures of him in the listing)
Boris is a registered Therapy Dog, passing the assessment with ease. His temperament is truly second to none.
We will not give our puppies to just anyone and we do normally have a list. Please send us some information about your family, where the pup will be staying etc.
Please note, we do NOT give puppies their first injection. We have done before and when the puppies went to their new homes, their vet made them start the course again as it was a different vaccine used so now we do not do them. They will leave up to date with their worming medication and they will be microchipped.
Please note, deposits are non refundable. Please do not pay a deposit through here. Deposits are made when you first come out and pick your forever family pet. Please email me as I work through the day.
We look forward to hearing from you.
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