One male puppy available on a show prospect co-ownership only
Our 2021 Puppies
Sire: IABCA International Champion - UKC Champion Wildfire's Last 'N Impression
Dam: IABCA International Champion Anasazi's Criss Cross Applesauce
All companion/pet puppies from this litter are spoken for.
We are hoping that this litter will produce a show prospect male puppy and we are entertaining inquiries for a potential show prospect co-ownership.
There are no companion puppies available from this litter and we do not anticipate another litter until late 2022. We do not keep a list between litter, so if you are interested in a future Anasazi puppy we encourage you to keep an eye on our website or social media.
We are excited and very thankful to have the opportunity to add Teddy's bloodlines to our program a second time. Teddy was bred and is co-owned by our mentor Wildfire Goldens. I have had the pleasure of personally knowing several generations of Teddy's ancestors. We love our Teddy daughter Socks and believe he can offer the improvements we are looking forward to in Suacy's puppies.
Both Saucy and Teddy have verifiable health certifications for hips, elbows, eyes (completed within the last 12 months) and heart (by a cardiologist). Their health result statuses indicate that our expected puppies will not be affected for any Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) variant, Ichthyosis, Neuronal Ceriod Lipofuscinosis (NCL) or Degenerative Myelopathy.
Puppies of this high quality are rarely available in the United States or Arizona. Don't be fooled by breeders charging in the same price range who offer far less in value. When we say health is a top priority, we mean it. We meet and exceed the health testing standard in our country as set forth by the Golden Retriever Club of America and upheld by OFA's Canine Health Information Center (CHIC) program. Both Teddy and Saucy have earned CHIC designation. We go a step further and test for the following genetic diseases.
Progressive Retinal Atrophy -
Also know as PRA. There are three variants of this breed know to be found in Goldens. It is a hereditary blinding disorder.
Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinosis -
Commonly known as NCL. Dogs identified as affected in 2019 have brought this disease into the spotlight for Goldens. Though not thought to be rampant in the breed, this disease is a death sentence for affected dogs and most with this disease will have to be euthanized prior to their third birthday.
Ichthyosis (ICH 1)-
There is a Golden Retriever specific variant that is very common especially in Goldens with recent European heritage. Though affected dogs may not display symptoms, this skin flaking disorder can be unsightly or quality of life impacting for symptomatic dogs.
Ichthyosis (ICH 2)-
This is a new variant of Ichthyosis recently found in Goldens and can have severe impact on health.
Degenerative Myelopathy -
This is a devastating degenerative spinal cord disease.
Most of our puppy homes don't want to show their dogs. But, we believe that most people choose us because they want a Golden that looks and acts like a Golden. Showing our dogs to Championships is all about having unbiased, independent, experts evaluate our dogs to ensure we are breeding high quality dogs. This external feedback keeps the quality of our dogs high and ensures we keep the ideal Golden in mind when selecting puppy parent pairings.
Before investing your money or more importantly your heart, ask any breeder you are considering to show you proof of their claims.