Thank you, for considering Dogwood Goldens for your new puppy. Your puppy will provide you with many years of enjoyment and loyal companionship. He or She will quickly become another member of your family and you owe it to yourselves to find the best possible puppy that you can.
This is not a decision to be taken lightly, for the quality and health of your puppy in the years to come will directly reflect in the enjoyment of your new family member. You want to be sure that your new puppy will grow to become a happy and, above all healthy dog.
At Dogwood we strive to produce the healthiest puppies/dogs possible. We will not knowingly breed dogs that have health problems and we test our breeding dogs to be sure that no new problems develop.
- All of our breeding dogs have been cleared for hip & elbow dysplasia
- Seen by a board certified Ophthalmologist.
- Checked by a qualified Cardiologist.
- All Puppies are sold with a written sales Contract and Warranties.
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All of our Puppies are raised in our home with lots of love and attention. Human contact is a must from the day they'er born until they go to new homes at about 8 1/2 to 9weeks. All Puppies have shots,dew claws removed, are wormed and Vet checked. We also require a return agreement on all Puppies. If for any reason a family/preson can no longer keep one of our puppies/dogs, we require it be returned to us. We do this because we want to be sure our puppies/dogs are in safe and loving homes....And we do like to stay in touch with our puppy owners.
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QUESTIONS TO ASK YOUR SELF BEFORE BUYING A PUPPY
- Are you willing to take responsibility for this puppy for the next 10-15years?
- Invest the time, money and patience it takes to train the puppy to be a good compaion?
- Always keep the puppy/dog safe; NO running loose, riding in the back of an open pick-up truck, or being chained outside?
- make sure the puppy/dog get enough attention and exercise? ( Golden puppies needseveral hours of both.)
- Live with shedding, retrieving, drooling, and high activity for the next 10-15 years?
- Have the patience to accept (and enjoy) the trals of Golden puppyhood, which can last for three years?
- Continue to accept responsibility for the dog dispite inevitable life changes such as new baby, kids going off to school, moving , or returning to work?
- Spend the money it takes for proper vererinary care including bot not limited to: vaccines, heart worm testing and preventative, annual check-ups, spaying or neutering?
- Keep the breeder informed and upto date on the puppy/dogs acconplishments and problems?
- Take your questions to the breeder or other appropriate prodessional before they become problems that are out of hand?