All of our summer English Cream Golden Retriever puppies are in their new homes. Our next litter is most likely fully reserved. The next opportunity for a Summer Brook puppy will probably not be until after the first of the year. However, those who have gotten puppies from us in the past think that we are worth waiting for.
We have plans for 3 litters starting late fall 2019 through late winter/early spring 2020. We could possibly have a 4th litter in late spring. Families can reserve either with first available puppy or for particular litters. The first litter is most likely reserved. The second litter will probably have availability for girls only. The third litter still has availability for both boys and girls. Scroll down for more details.
The first litter will be with our Molly and Luke (a repeat of our early summer 2019 litter which produced some amazing puppies in both looks and temperament). Our best guess is that Molly’s puppies will be born in November.
Video of Our Last Molly/Luke Litter
See a video of the 4 puppies that were in training from our last Molly/Luke litter below. They are only 8 weeks 4 days in this video and just getting started in training.
Pictures of Past Molly/Luke Puppies
End of the Year Litter
Our second planned litter will be with our Eva. She will most likely be bred to our new boy, Flynn who is Micah’s son. We are still waiting to get all final clearances, but it is looking like all is a “go” with him having “good” to “excellent” hips, elbows, heart, and eyes. He is also clear for PRA-1 and PRA-2 as well as Ichthyosis. If Eva is not bred to Flynn, we will use our Micah. You can see both Eva and Micah on our website. You can see Flynn on our daughters blog page, Loving a Dog. He is only 12 months old in these pictures and he is only getting better with age and maturity. Hopefully, we will get more recent pictures posted to the site as well as health clearances soon. Flynn will ONLY be used with good or better health clearances. Our best guess is that Eva’s litter will be born in December and ready for new homes in February.
Late Winter Litter
Our third planned litter will be with our Tara and Luke. Our best guess is that this litter will be born in January and ready for new homes in March or April.
Details on All of Our Litters
See our page on How We Raise Our Puppies for information on where and how we raise our puppies.
Over 90% of those getting our puppies over the past two years have chosen to get our training program. Many of these families began the process with us wanting a younger puppy. They then changed their minds after looking more closely at what our training program has to offer.
Because so many families are requesting the training, we are now beginning intensive training at 6 weeks of age. All puppies, including those leaving us at 7 1/2 weeks, will benefit from our training program.
See our Focused Puppy Training Program page for more information on the training provided. To really appreciate our training, see our 10 Week Videos page where you can find links to several of our past 10-week old puppies in training. This page also has a link to our You Tube channel where you can see dozens of our puppies in videos. Karen is a very competitive trainer in the AKC obedience ring. We discuss Karen’s accomplishments and skill on our training page. There is also a link to a video of her at an AKC obedience trial in the Open obedience ring as well as the Utility Obedience Ring. These videos demonstrate Karen and our Jack doing the most advanced AKC obedience exercises.
See our puppy questionnaire for details of puppy prices.