Meet Our Dogs!!

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*Casey *

Our star dam!! She is a Six year old AKC registered Golden Retriever. She is a happy, friendly, and playful girl who couldn't hurt a fly! She has been fully vet checked for elbows, hips, and eyes and is clear for DM, PRA/PRCD, GR-PRA1, and GR-PRA2, Ichthyosis, vWD types 1 and 2, DEB, SAN

Weight: 45 Ibs

Height: 22.5 inches

Eye Color: Hazel 



*Callie*

Our new girl!! She is a two year old CKC registered Golden Doodle straight out of Casey's 2019 litter. Taking after her mother she is a super friendly and playful girl. Fully vet checked for elbows, hips, and eyes and will be genetic tested before being fully added to our program. 

Weight: 45 Ibs

Height: 22 inches

Eye Color: light Brown



*Silver*

Our 2017 Sire!! He is a Six year old, First place in show, AKC registered Silver Standard Poodle. Fully vet checked for elbows, hips, and eyes and is clear for DM,PRA/PRCD, OCD, NEWS, vWD types 1 and 2, and GM2 gangliosidosis.

Weight: 50 Ibs

Height: 26 inches

Eye Color: Dark Brown

*Truman*

Our 2018 Sire!! He is a Six year old AKC registered Cream and Apricot Parti Standard Poodle. Fully vet checked for elbows, hips, and eyes and is clear for DM, PRA/PRCD, OCD, GM2 gangliosidosis, and vWD type 1.

Weight: 48 Ibs

Eye Color: Brown

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*Elliot*

Our 2019 Sire!! He is a Three year old AKC registered Chocolate Parti Standard Poodle. Fully vet checked for elbows, hips, and eyes and is clear for CMTP, DM,PRA/PRCD, OCD, NEWS, vWD types 1 and 2, and GM2 gangliosidosis.

Weight: 55 Ibs

Eye Color: Brown

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It is important to get your dog from genetically cleared parents to ensure the health and livelihood of your pup 


Canine Degenerative Myelopathy (DM) is an inherited neurologic disorder that affects the White Matter tissue of the spinal cord. Affected dogs usually present in adulthood with gradual muscle Atrophy and loss of coordination typically beginning in the hind limbs due to degeneration of the nerves. Affected dogs may fully lose the ability to walk 6 months to 2 years after the onset of symptoms.

Most commonly found in Golden Retrievers and Standard Poodles among other breeds.


Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA), also known as Progressive Rod and Cone Degeneration (PRCD), refers to a group of degenerative eye disorders that cause blindness in both eyes. 

Most commonly found in Golden Retrievers and Standard Poodles among other breeds


Neonatal Encephalopathy with Seizures (NEWS) is defined by signs and symptoms of abnormal neurological function in the first few days of life and more than likely lead to death or euthanasia.

Most commonly seen in the Standard Poodle among other breeds.


Osteochondrodysplasia (OCD) is a growth and development abnormality of the bone and cartilage which results in lack of normal bone growth and bone deformities. 

Most commonly seen in the Standard Poodle among other breeds.


von Willebrand Disease (vWD) types 1 & 2 is a inherited blood clotting disorder in dogs that can result in excessive, serious bleeding from even a minor skin wound. 

Most commonly seen in the Standard Poodle among other breeds.


GM2 gangliosidosis (Poodle Type) is an inherited lysosomal storage disorder which leads to vision loss, loss of balance, head tremors, and vomiting and usually lead to death within the first year of life

Most commonly found in Standard Poodles among other breeds.


Progressive Retinal Atrophy Golden Retriever Type 1 and 2 (GR-PRA1 and GR-PRA2) is a late-onset of an inherited eye disorder that eventually leads to blindness around 5-7 years of age.

Most Commonly seen in Golden Retrievers.


Ichthyosis (Golden Retriever Type) is an autosomal recessive genetic mutation that affects the skin resulting  in darkened, thick, and flakey skin.

Most commonly seen in Golden Retrievers among other breeds.


Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (DEB) is a hereditary skin disease that results in fragile skin that is easily damaged from rubbing or trauma resulting in blisters, ulcers and scarring of the skin.

Most commonly seen in Golden Retrievers among other breeds.


Golden Retriever Muscular Dystrophy (GRMD) is an inherited, progressive, and non-inflammatory degenerative muscular disease.

Most commonly seen in Golden Retrievers among other breeds.


Osteogenesis Imperfecta (OI) is an inherited autosomal recessive disease also known as canine brittle bone disease. The genetic mutation impairs the normal development of collagen, which causes bones and teeth to be thin and brittle.

Most commonly seen in Golden Retrievers among other breeds.


Sensory Ataxic Neuropathy (SAN) is an inherited neurologic condition affecting Golden Retrievers. Affected dogs typically present between 2 to 8 months of age with signs of neurologic disease. Symptoms include a lack of muscle coordination, abnormal gait and difficulty balancing especially affecting the hind limbs.

Most commonly found in Golden Retrievers among other breeds.


We selectively choose the dogs we breed in order to create the best litters possible

pedigrees are available upon request


Our dogs are health tested to ensure healthy litters

health records are available upon request


All health testing is done by Paw Print Genetics and all information provided on this page comes directly from the Paw Print Genetics website database.