White Golden Retriever Pups
Specializing in Longevity, Temperament and Beauty
22+ years HOLISTIC Breeder Experience!
Our past Maximus puppies (shown above) were simply gorgeous. Those families lucky enough to have reserved early, received beautiful healthy puppies. Read what they have to say. Plan ahead and reserve a puppy early.
White Golden Retriever puppies, PA
White Golden Retriever puppies , PA
Terms and Conditions: A Deposit to reserve a puppy from either litter is Non-Refundable. Our holistic healthy pups are sold as pets only with limited Registration. We are not a conventional breeder of Golden Retrievers. We specialize in a holistic and homeopathic approach to breeding and teaching longevity to new owners thereby helping to avoid the number one killer in Golden Retrievers, CANCER!. Our three proprietary lessons are in place to help the buyer achieve a much extended lifetime with their new puppy. These lessons must be learned prior to receiving a puppy. If prospective buyer is not interested in learning how to avoid cancer and disease thereby giving our puppy a much extended lifespan, we ask the buyer kindly look elsewhere. If a buyer has a deposit sent in already and is found to have little or no desire to learn our lessons to keep our puppy safe from Cancer, the buyer will be terminated and their deposit will be forfeited Remember, you are not buying a puppy from a conventional breeder. Color shade of puppy can never guaranteed. If one of our AKC English Cream Golden Retriever puppies are not in the cards for you, please consider your local rescue for a homeless Golden or a conventional breeder. No breeders please. Our Puppies are sold with Limited Registration only.
Meet our very pretty female Pepper. What a sweet English Cream Golden Retriever she turned out to be. Her puppies will be nothing short of fantastic. You will be very happy with one of a Pepper and Maximus puppy. Plan ahead and reserve early
An elderly woman called me recently and told me her Golden Retriever just passed away at 25 years old. I gave her my condolences and asked her what she attributed her Golden's long life to. After speaking with her at length, I realized that she understood what it takes to achieve longevity in Golden's.
All our new English Cream Golden Retriever Puppy owners will learn all of what it takes to achieve a very long life from me with their puppy. New owners should not have to accept their beloved Golden Retriever will be doomed statistically get cancer and die young 73% of the time between 3 and 10 years old! These are very sad statistics.
I will teach every new owner with three proprietary lessons (via e-mail) how to achieve a much, greater life span .. You will learn how to give your puppy a fighting chance to live into their 20's. I want our puppy, we provide to you, to live a full and happy life and not a life that is cut in half with cancer and disease resulting in emotional heartbreak and huge Vet bills often far exceeding the cost of one of our puppies. I will teach you how to achieve Longevity! That's my promise to you. If however, your not interested in learning my three lessons to keep our puppy safe, please look elsewhere. There are plenty of breeders who would love to sell your their Golden's.
Feel free to ask me why our puppies have no parasites when born, no hip dysplasia, no eye, heart and lung or joint issues . Ask me why we have no runts in any of our litters!
If you have a pet and want to help Avoid Cancer see my Health Page
Our white, English Cream Golden Retriever Puppies will be considered for placement from qualified applicants in all the lower 48 USA states in only: New Jersey, NJ, New York, NY, Pennsylvania, PA, Connecticut, CT, Massachusetts, Mass, MA, Maryland, MD, Delaware, DE, Florida, FL, FLA ,Texas, TX, Rhode Island, RI, California, CA, Arizona, AZ, Washington DC, District of Columbia, Virginia, VA, North Carolina, NC, South Carolina, SC, Colorado, CO, Washington, WA, Oregon OR, Tennessee, TN, Vermont, VT, Georgia, GA, Tennessee, TN, Maine, ME, New Hampshire, NH , Michigan, MI, Georgia, GA, Mississippi, MS, Ohio, OH, Utah, UT, Wisconsin, WI, West Virginia, WV, Wyoming, WY, Indiana, IN, Montana, MT, Nebraska, NE, Kansas, KA, Alaska, AK, Alabama, AL, Illinois, IL, Iowa, IA, Kentucky, KY, Maine, ME, Idaho, ID, Minnesota, MN, Oklahoma, OK, Louisiana, LA, Alabama, AL, AR, Arkansas, North Dakota, ND, South Dakota, SD, Wisconsin, WI, Missouri, MO, New Mexico, NM, as well as other lower 49 states.
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If You Currently Own a Pet And Would Like Extend His/Her Lifespan:
Please fill out my Health Form and write down any question you have about your dog and the best time to reach you, I will do my best to help you.
Meet Maximus, our handsome blocky head, AKC Certified, English Cream Golden Retriever Male. His championship linage traces back to "Dew Mist Kennels" in Sweden. Reservations now being accepted from qualified families for our upcoming 2023 Breeding. If you like the look of the parents, you will love their pups. Plan Ahead!
If your lucky enough to have reserved early, you will be rewarded with the sweetest Maximus/Pepper puppy you will ever know. Read what owners have to say about our Golden Retriever puppies. See Pepper and Maximus's past puppies.
History Of The Golden Retriever
The Golden Retriever as they were first
registered by The Kennel Club of England in 1903, are a breed of dog with a
documented history that stems from Scottish royalty. Originally bred for
hunting, the Golden Retriever has a great reputation for their skill and
proficiency as hunters, family pets, and magnificent looking dogs. The roots of
the this particular breed can be definitively traced back to Sir Dudley Marjoribanks who was also known as Lord Tweedmouth, for the specific goal of
trying to create a breed of dog that would be skilled in the hunt for waterfowl,
and worthy of an aristocrat. What transpired from Lord Tweedmouth’s meticulous
breeding program is a unique dog that is not only intelligent, kind, loyal, and
hard working, but able to traverse difficult terrain in the pursuit of game. Lord Tweedmouth was a wealthy land developer who resided in
Guisachan, an estate in the Scottish Highlands of Glen Affric near
Inverness-shire where hunting game was both sport and a means of putting food on
the table. Lord Tweedmouth was a very proficient breeder who was able to
successfully foster a number of animals such as Scottish ponies and cattle, and
most notably the Golden Retriever. The reason we have such an accurate account
of Lord Tweedmouth’s Golden Retriever is for no other reason than he kept an
excellent account of exactly what dogs were brought together to form this breed.
Moreover, The Golden Retriever’s breeding history was made public by the Earl of
Ilchester, a great nephew of Lord Tweedmouth, in 1952. As a result, we know that
the Golden Retriever descends from two specific dogs, one of which is a yellow
Wavy-Coated Retriever named Nous, British for “common sense or intelligence,”
purchased in 1865, and comes from the St. John’s Newfoundland and Irish setter.
Nous was the only retriever pup of yellow color in an otherwise black litter
that he purchased from a cobbler in Brighton, bred by Lord Chichester. Nous’
mate was a liver colored Tweed Water-Spaniel named Belle from Ladykirk on the
Tweed, and some accounts suggest that she descended from a St. John’s water dog,
due to her retriever like look. Without a deeper examination of the history of
each of these dogs, we cannot say with complete accuracy as to their ancestry.
However, what we do know is that the Tweed Water-Spaniel no longer exists, and
from these two dogs a litter of four was produced that set in motion today’s
Golden Retriever. With the mating of Belle and Nous in 1868, three females and a
male, Ada, Crocus, Primrose and Cowslip, made up the first litter. Lord
Tweedmouth kept Primrose and Cowslip for his own breeding purposes and gave Ada
to the fifth Earl of Ilchester. The male pup, Crocus, was given to the second
Lord Tweedmouth. From Primrose and Cowslip, we have the makings of our present
day Golden Retriever and the specific dogs that were mixed in order to fit lord
Tweedmouth’s vision. The dogs that were bred include an Irish setter, the St.
Johns Water Dog of Newfoundland, a sandy-colored Bloodhound, and two Wavy-Coated
Black Retrievers. In addition, Lord Tweedmouth would occasionally reintroduce a
Tweed Water Spaniel, Labrador retriever, and a Red Setter. This created the
perfect dog for hunting as well as imbuing characteristics such as gentleness,
the ability to navigate water, and exceptional trainability. Virtually every
account that has been written about Lord Tweedmouth’s breeding program, shows it
was met with great success, which is a testament to his skill and love of
breeding dogs. It was clearly established which dogs were bred to create the
Golden Retriever, and why Lord Tweedmouth chose to mix these dogs. Lord
Tweedmouth was a sporting gentleman who very much enjoyed the hunt for waterfowl
on his estate with his countrymen. Recent innovations in weaponry of the period
allowed shotguns to shoot at greater distances; therefore, it was necessary to
have a keen dog capable of waterfowl retrievals in rough terrain. The
innovations in 1850 saw new developments in hunting guns such as the center
fire, breech loading, and hammerless shotguns. Continued innovations show that
there was a 410 smooth bore from a British gun maker in 1871, which holds true
to Tweedmonth’s need for a dog to fit the guns capabilities. The type of
breeding incorporated, along with new gun technology, showed how proficient
retrievers were in the field. Most breed dogs today have been widely taken out
of the workforce and become show dogs or family pets. This likely began when
retrievers were introduced in the early 20th century for show. Lord Tweedmouth
kept the yellow retriever away from the public eye until one of his prized dogs
won the first field trial for retrievers in 1904. Yellow Retrievers thereafter
were registered as Yellow Retrievers, Retrievers - Wavy or Flat-Coated. After
the introduction of Lord Tweedmouth’s dogs, they were exhibited in Britain in
1908, by Viscount Harcourt who began a Culham line, with stock from the Earl of
Portsmouth. Consequently this is when retrievers, Golden and Yellow, were first
classified and showed prominence by placing first in Bench Competition. In 1913,
the Golden was given a separate breed class and became the Golden Retriever;
henceforth, the Golden Retriever Club was founded that same year. Officially,
the name Golden Retriever was accepted in 1920; however, in 1881, Archie
Majoribanks, the youngest son of Lord Tweedmouth, brought a Golden Retriever to
Canada and in 1894, he registered his retriever Lady, with the American Kennel
Club (AKC), but it wasn’t until 1925, that the AKC officially registered the
breed. In 1893, the first Golden Retriever was documented in the United States
and from here we can assume America fell in love with this dog. In addition,
Canada registered a Golden Retriever in 1927 and played a significant role in
developing the Golden Retriever of today. The Golden Retriever Club of America
was founded in 1938, and is closely related to the AKC for which the present day
standard is followed. Furthermore, as a part of Golden Retriever lineage, a
sire, Speedwell Pluto was born in England in 1929, and had a global impact on
the breed. Lord Tweedmouth died in 1894, but managed to leave behind a very
profound legacy. We can look at the characteristics of a modern Golden Retriever
and discern what temperament and abilities Lord Tweedmouth was looking for.
However, there are some distinct differences between the American Golden
Retriever and the British line. The English Golden Retriever is wider, shorter,
and more muscular, with a forehead that is a bit more block like. In addition,
their chest is deeper, with shorter legs and a shorter tale. They are also
heavier and have a height of 56 - 61cm, 22 - 24 inches at the withers, the
tallest point behind the neck at the shoulders. Females are slightly shorter at
51 - 56cm or 20 - 21inches with narrower heads. The eyes are a bit darker and
rounder as opposed to a more triangular and slanted shape of the American breed.
The “cream colored retrievers, English Crème Golden Retrievers, English Golden
Retrievers, European Golden Retrievers, Blond Golden Retrievers, Light Golden
Retriever or White Golden Retrievers are also listed as White Goldens, and
Platinum Blond Goldens.” The AKC standard retriever is longer and slimmer than
its British counterpart, and is 22 - 24 inches or 58 - 61 cm at shoulder height,
females are shorter at 21 ½ - 22 ½ inches, 55-57 cm, 65 - 75lbs for males, and
55 - 56lbs for females. Moreover, the title "English Golden Retriever” is not
used solely to describe a retriever coming from England; it is simply a standard
in which a retriever is judged. However, these are not the most important
qualities if you use the retriever in the field. The Golden Retriever, used in
the field, needs all of distinct abilities that were originally bred into it.
They are known as non-slip retrievers, which are dogs who are able to sit
quietly in hunting blinds until they are ordered to retrieve game, both on land
and water as well as walk without making any sound at heel. In addition, they
need to be biddable, which is the ability to take direction from owners and
handlers. Although many retriever’s today are household dogs in America they are
still quite proficient in many working areas such as bird dogs, trackers,
narcotics detection dogs and a guide dogs for blind and physically challenged
people. In order to be proficient bird dogs, retrievers must have soft mouths so
that they do not destroy game. Furthermore, today’s retriever must have good
physical attributes such as strength and good athletic ability in order to
pursue game and walk for long periods of time. Besides being a hunter, the
golden retriever is an excellent companion for any homeowner who is willing to
provide the kind of environment they need in order to thrive. As in most high
caliber breed dogs, plenty of exercise is paramount to their happiness and
success as a family pet. These dogs are not bred to exist in all family
situations. Moreover, they are not suited for small confined spaces such as
apartments or limited backyard areas with an owner not willing to spend adequate
time to ensure the dog’s physical and mental health. One of the down sides, if
any, of owning and taking care of a Golden Retriever is health related issues
that may arise due to their breeding history. Depending on the breeder you buy
from the average lifespan is anywhere
from 10 to 12 years and they are susceptible to a wide array of medical
problems. Some of these problems include cancer, cataracts, hip Dysplasia,
Progressive Retinal Atrophy, heart problems, Von Will brand's disease, skin
disorders and they gain weight quite easily so one should be careful not
overfeed this breed of dog. However, this should not dissuade the serious dog
owner from having a companion that loves children, is extremely loyal, friendly,
intelligent, and overall very good natured, not to mention great hunters.
Grooming a Golden Retriever as an essential part of any well maintained dog and this breed is no exception. You should dry shampoo on a regular basis, but only bathe when necessary. One must always remember that Golden Retriever’s outer coats were designed to endure very wet conditions. They are considered an average shedder which means that brushing and combing twice a week is a good way to remove wooly hair from their dense undercoats. If you use a firm bristled brush you’ll have success in keeping your dog well maintained. The Golden Retriever is a fine breed of dog that will provide many years of companionship if kept active throughout its life. Golden Retriever’s are rated as the fourth smartest dog of all breeds as stated in the book The Intelligence of Dogs, by Stanley Coren. Numerous people from president’s to celebrities have owned retrievers. For instance, Gerald Ford owned a retriever named Liberty, author Dean Koontz is pictured on the back of his books with his golden retriever Trixie. Pamela Anderson is known to have owned a Golden Retriever as well as Joe Pesci, Jerry Seinfeld, George Lucas, and Tom Cruise who owns two Goldens. Golden Retrievers have also starred in films such as Air Bud and Air Bud: Golden Receiver played by Buddy the Dog and Homeward Bound the Incredible Journey played by Shadow the Golden Retriever.
What's included with your new puppy:
1) AKC (American Kennel Club) Limited registration papers given (with copy with a copy of all vet bills and Vet neuter or spade certificate at 16 months of ownership )
2) Homeopathic de-worming
3) Three lessons designed to educate you to what causes cancer and how to avoid it with your Golden
4) Holistic Puppy/Adult Notes including Disease and Cancer-prevention Education
5) A general care overview.
6) 1 year health Guarantee (when you follow my good health protocol)
7) Limited Lifetime telephone support
Definition of "holistic" ( )
ho·lis·tic [ hō lístik ]
Treating the whole body :
Characterized by the view that a
whole system must be treated rather than simply
it's individual component
In Memory Of
Loosing a pet, the grieving process
Special Note: This web site
is Dedicated to the late Steve Irwin
whose love for animals brought
joy to millions of people worldwide
We will miss you Steve.
“What is man without the
beasts? If the beasts were gone,
man would die from a great loneliness
of spirit. For whatever happens
to the beasts soon happens to man."
We are currently considering applications from qualified families for our upcoming 2023 Breeding between our outstanding English Cream Golden Retrievers Pepper and Maximus
All our puppies are VERY sweet natured, loveable, very healthy and well socialized before you receive a English Cream Golden Retriever puppy. Plan ahead! Reserve a puppy before they are sold out!
Lucky are those that will own a puppy from Pepper and Maximus
Puppy positions available for reservation to qualified families
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"Almost everyone has cancer cells present at times in our bodies. If our immune system is working properly, these cells are killed or reabsorbed by our defense system before they begin to grow and threaten our health. The only real defense against cancer is the immune system."
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