Golden Retriever Breeders in Ohio reviewed
Golden Retriever Breeders in Ohio: Buschur’s Dream
This Golden Retriever Breeder in Ohio is located in St.Henry, OH. According to their website, they are a hobby breeder striving to produce wonderful Goldens from excellent bloodlines. This breeder is a member of the Golden Retriever Club of America and breeds to the standards set by the GRCA Code of Ethics. All their breeding dogs are OFA hip, elbow, heart and eye certified. Their puppies also go through the Bio-Sensor program that helps the puppies to better develop their problem solving, coping and socializing skills. All of the puppies go to their new homes with a health guarantee.
This is another Golden Retriever breeder in Ohio, located in West Ontario. According to their website, they are a proud member of the Golden Retriever Club of America, AKC breeders of Merit, and the founder of the Golden Retriever Rescue Resource. Their dogs come from champion lines and have titles and awards themselves. All the breeding dogs have all the necessary health screenings (such as hips, elbows, heart and eye). You can learn more about his breeder and their dogs on their website.
Golden Retriever Breeders in Ohio: Gideon Goldens
This Golden Retriever breeder in Ohio is located in Atwater, OH. As stated on their website, they have been involved with the breed for over 24 years! They are a member of the Golden Retriever Club of America and have been showing their Goldens since 1996. All of their breeding dogs are OFA certified for eyes, hips, elbows and heart: the health of their puppies is this Breeder’s utmost priority. Their adult dogs excel at conformation, agility and rally, so you can expect some talented puppies! if you are in or near Atwood and interested in this breeder’s puppies, please visit their website.
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Sugar Creek Goldens
This Breeder is located just outside of Columbus Grove, Ohio. This breeder is a Member of the Golden Retriever Club of America and adheres to their Code of Ethics in their breeding, which means they do all the necessary health screening in their puppies (eyes, heart, hips and elbows). This breeder breeds only has a few litters now and then so you will need to get onto a waitlist if you are interested in one of their puppies. Visit their website to learn more about them and their dogs.
Golden Retriever Breeders in Ohio: Glory Dawn Goldens
This is another Golden Retriever breeder in Ohio. According to their website, they specialize in breeding European Cream Goldens, American how Goldens and Dark Field Goldens. Within each category, they only breed top-quality dogs that have OFA health clearances and free of such diseases as Muscular Dystrophy, eye diseases and Ichthyosis. Using males and females that are free of genetic disorders ensures higher chances of puppies being also genetically healthy. All of their puppies are raised on the farm, surrounded by children and animals, which helps greatly in puppy socialization.
Henry AKC Goldens
This Ohio Golden Retriever breeder is located in West Liberty, OH. This is a family-based kennel located on farmland and, according to their website, they have been involved with the breed for over 10 years. Their breeding dogs have OFA clearances and their puppies are raised on the farm with kids and animals, and plenty of socialization and love. Visit this breeder’s website to learn more about their dogs and puppies.
Golden Retriever Breeders in Ohio: Treasure Goldens
This Golden Retriever Breeder in Ohio is located in the Northeast of the state. According to their website, they focus on breeding English Cream Golden retrievers. In their breeding, they use European bloodlines of multiple champions. As stated on their site, this breeder sees responsibility and hard work as the two tenets of breeding and strive to preserve and improve the best qualities of the breed. Their breeding dogs have all the necessary health clearances including the OFA hips and elbows. You can learn more about this breeder on their website.
Golden Retriever owner review: Rita and her Golden Retriever, Nella
I adopted Nella almost nine years ago now! And so happy that I did it. I spent lots of time pondering if I was ready to get a dog of my own. (We had always had dogs in my parents’ home, but it’s not quite the same to have your own dog!) I kept watching shows about dogs and even bought some books until I felt that I was ready. Golden Retriever was an easy choice – is there really a better breed than Golden Reteirvers? Long story short, we got Nella as a little pup, and she is almost nine now.
She is of average size for a Golden and has lots and lots of hair. This is honestly one of the biggest downsides that I see to owning a Golden. All that hair! We literally clean every day, otherwise everything would drown in dog hair. The internet will tell you they have shedding seasons (spring and fall?) but in reality, she sheds all year round! But oh well, it just means we have to clean more than we usually would.
Nella is a very well-behaved, polite dog, although I can’t say I have trained her to be that way. It’s more like she learned it herself. She is a very gentle soul and always wants to please us, so she does everything to make us happy. She never steals anything from the table even though I can see she really wants to. She eats and sleeps where she is supposed to and if you tell her to leave you alone for a bit when you are busy, she will give you a sad look and go lie on her bed until you call her.
Nella doesn’t have too much of a doggy smell, which I love! Of course, cleaning her teeth really helps avoid the smell too. And bathing! She loves bathing, and we love to keep her clean and smelling nice. We have taught her to bathe since she was a little pup, so she doesn’t mind it at all now.
Nella is very friendly, probably the friendliest dog in the world. She loves it when we have guests and won’t leave them alone (unless we tell her to.) She will bring out all her toys to show to our guests – it’s hilarious! She is also good with other dogs and pets. She has zero aggression towards people or animals, which makes her a great dog to take anywhere without a leash. (Of course, we make sure she stays safe and far away from roads, etc). I really love the golden Retriever temperament, they are very “easy”, “convenient” dogs to live with. At least our Nella is. Although we often walk her without a leash, she has never run away and always comes back when I call her. She does need lots of active time: walking, playing in the park, running. I don’t think a Golden Retriever would be a good dog for a lazy person.
Feeding is easy. She doesn’t have any allergies (or any health issues at all really) and we feed premium foods from pet store. She’s been pretty happy with that and we haven’t had any issues. Her teeth are healthy, as is her coat.
Of course, as with any dog, there are downsides to owning a Golden Retriever. She needs to be walked, taken care of when she is sick, entertained, etc etc. But all of it is worth it if you love your dog., We can’t imagine our lives without Nella so it’s all very worth it for us.
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