Available Puppies and Puppies sired by my males 2020
Contact me by filling out the "Contact Form" on the "LINKS" page or call/text, Kristyn, (580) 334-3914. I don't normally answer unknown numbers because of spam calls, but I will if you text first. I require a $250 deposit to hold a puppy after a litter is confirmed. ALL puppies are AKC registered and parents have ALL required health testing. All my puppies are $2000-$2500 (for limited registration) depending on stud fee (if I use an outside stud). Page updated: 8-27-20
I may not answer calls/emails/texts regularly in October! My husband and I are expecting a human baby in October. So we will be settling into life with this new blessing. I will try to keep up, but our new baby and taking care of the dogs & other animals on the farm will be priority.
Baylee (a Merlin puppy) and Hero have bred and if all goes well, should be having puppies mid October! These are NOT my puppies, Baylee belongs to a dear friend. Puppies will be: $2500 Contact Diana for more info: https://whitediamondgoldenretrievers.weebly.com/
My next planned litter is with Hero and Vivian sometime late 2020/early 2021. List for the girls is full at this time, I have some room for boys. Performance homes preferred, show/breeding homes will be considered. I may be looking for a co-own/breeding home for one of the boys and maybe a girl, depending how many puppies are in the litter. Puppies will be $2500 Litter ped:http://k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=835359 We are tentatively planning to breed Poppy (my co-own puppy) and Xander sometime around January. Puppies will be raised in Grove, OK. Pet and performance homes only, NO breeders. Puppies will be $2500 Contact the co-own family with any questions and to get on the waiting list: https://www.facebook.com/whitewatergoldens Litter ped: http://k9data.com/pedigree.asp?ID=1065534
Current de-worming records (we worm at 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks old)
AKC Limited (non-breeding) Registration documents only. Full registration is only necessary for conformation competition & breeding (only available to approved show/breeding homes). If you are not planning to breed or show your puppy, limited registration is sufficient.
Sample of puppy food. I make my own puppy food, but they will started on a one of or a mix of: Diamond Naturals, Purina Pro Plan and Bil-Jac.
Two Year Health Guarantee. Will extend to 3 years if NuVet Plus is used. For this guarantee extension you must give your new puppy NuVet Plus, using the manufacturer’s recommended daily dosage, for the entire guarantee period.
Notes: I reserve the right to refuse service to anyone for any reason. I reserve the right to keep first pick puppy out of any litter.
MY PUPPIES ARE RAISED AND SOCIALIZED WITH: Our puppies are raised in the house as part of the family. Our dogs are our family pets, they run around the farm with us and sleep in the house. We start our puppies on a raw and cooked diet.
People of all ages
We use the Puppy Culture program
Cattle, chickens, goats, horses, & cats
Other dogs ranging from 15- 80 pounds
None of my puppies will be affected with - PRA1, PRA2, prcd-PRA or NCL.
NCL: "This neurologic disease becomes apparent at approximately 13 months of age. Often the first sign of disease is a subtle loss of coordination that is more apparent when the dog is excited. The extent of the incoordination gradually increases. The dog may begin pacing or circling when 15 months old and seizures often start before 18 months of age. Visual impairment and behavioral changes also start at that time. The neurologic deficiencies slowly but relentlessly increase and affected Golden Retrievers are often euthanized due to deteriorating quality of life when 30-to-35 months old."
"Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA) is a group of genetic diseases seen in certain breeds of dogs. Similar to retinitis pigmentosa in humans, it is characterized by the bilateral degeneration of the retina, causing progressive vision loss culminating in blindness."
Normal gestation for a female dog is 63 days, and it takes 8 weeks for the puppies to be ready to leave their mother and go to a new home. Please keep this in mind as you plan for your new puppy. This gives you plenty of time to research how is the best way to care for your puppy as it grows, to prepare your home for your puppy, and to prepare your family for the new addition.
Taking a puppy into your home is serious business. It's like bringing home a new baby from the hospital: there is a lot of responsibility involved. There will be messes to clean, potty training to do, teething to deal with, and manners to learn. A puppy is cute and fun, but it takes dedication and patience from the human(s) to help the puppy grow into a good dog. If you would like more information on how to care for a puppy, please see our LINKS page.