Many families have asked about my Little Man, now known as Hank. His mom said that he is doing great. Thank you to all that cared and especially his loving family that now cares for him.
Hank the Tank 8-11-2021
7-11-2021 Emma & Echo never ending energy. Future hopefuls. Hips and Elbows will be done Spring of 2022.
7-10-2021 Chance will be 13 in Jan. A little slower, and we have stopped throwing the ball this year as he still would run like a 6 yr old with an 84 yr old body. Picture below is from when he was 7.
Grampa, Cameron and Finley playing fetch with Grace.
6-27-2021 Today my Little Man has gone to a wonderful home. I am sad but oh so happy! He is walking and playing normal. My worries are gone. He is going to grow into a great dog. Thank you to all that wanted to see him when you visited!
6-19-2021 My mom holding Little Man
6-19-2021 Nathalia with Echo
6-12-2019 Granddaughter Elodie with Little Man
5-29-2021 Grandchildren Penny & Elodie with Little Man
Grandson Finley with Little Man
Grandson Cameron with Little Man
12-27-2021 Hannah's pups. 7 months old Emma & Echo, future hopefulls
12-27-2021 Emma & Echo
Adoptive families must be
knowledgeable to the needs
of a golden Retriever. They need
to be considered part of your family
along with daily exercise,meaning taking for daily walks rain or shine. Puppy will also need structure in your home. A puppy without structure, love and exercise will become a dog with bad behavior.
Puppy obedience classes are greatly encouraged.
Puppies will be checked by a vet at 3 days,
and again at 6 weeks.
They will have 1st shots,
and have gone through a deworming program.
Puppies will be well socialized and loved.
They will have a good start at potty training.
They will have a 2 year Health Guarantee, along with food for a week.