Planned Litters

Puppies arrived ! We have ten Cody x Molly puppies.  Due to the large litter, we can take a few more applications. Please email us for an application. Puppies will go home mid January . 

 

SIRE:

Stormy Point’s Center Of The West “Cody”,   needs one more Major for his AKC Championship . He will be heading out in the next few weeks and should finish quickly.  Cody has an awesome temperament and has produced outstanding puppies in previous litters. His Grandfather Teddy is 13 years old and counting ( great longevity and health ). 

Health screenings for Cody may be found at  https://www.k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=695640

DAM: 

Carova I Have A Dream I’m Magic Molly Carpenter  CGC TKI “Molly”.  Molly is major pointed and will finish her AKC  Championship after this breeding. Molly has currently been involved with scent work while waiting for her coat to come in for showing. She has had a busy summer , filling her days with swimming and snuggles in the evening .  Molly also comes from a pedigree that has some great longevity and health .  Molly produced lovely puppies from her last litter and we expect this litter will be just as lovely. 

Health Screenings  for Molly may be found at https://www.k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=727561
Understanding Golden Retriever Health Screenings  https://www.grca.org/about-the-breed/health-research/health-screenings-for-the-parents-of-a-litter/
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