Big Boned Golden Retriever Stud Dog from Impressive Champion Lineage
- Looking for a Golden Retriever Stud Dog?
- Want one that’s of show quality and with an impressive lineage?
Then you’d love to meet our Golden Retriever. Born in December 2013, he has a pedigree (issued by the SKC) that few in Singapore can match – 5 generations of show dog champions. Don’t take our word for it; check out his pedigree at K9Data.com.
Why An Impressive Lineage is Important?
It is universally accepted that the genetic qualities of the parents are passed down to their puppies with both the dam and sire contributing 50% each to the puppy’s final genetic composition.
Hence a healthy, handsome big boned male Golden Retriever with good lineage and temperament will likely pass down some of his good genes to his offspring, ensuring a better chance of you having quality puppies.
In addition, if you intend to breed Golden Retrievers commercially, a puppy from a champion bloodline lineage will almost always command a higher price.
Our Stand on Responsible Breeding
Sad to say, we ourselves have had bad experience with dogs from puppy mills. Our previous retriever was great in many ways but her tongue was longer than her muzzle, perpetually salivating and sticking out. As she lived indoors with us, our flooring is always sticky despite us mopping our home twice a day.
Our Schnauzer is great too. Unfortunately he has a host of skin problems, most likely inherited from either the dam or sire. The money we spent treating his skin condition is way more than what we paid for our 5 generation champion bloodline pedigree Golden Retriever.
Because we ourselves had previously fallen victim of puppy mill style dog breeding, motivated purely by profits, we don’t want the same bad experience to befall other dog lovers. Hence, we have a few guidelines we adhere strictly to, when agreeing to let our dog breed…
The dam need not be a pedigree but must:
- Be both physically and mentally healthy.
- Not be in her first heat (responsible breeders will never allow bitches at their first heat to be bred as pregnancy can be stressful for a young dam)
By physically healthy, we mean that the dog is not suffering from any known medical conditions that can be passed down to her offspring. Many poorly bred Golden Retrievers are known to suffer from hip dysplasia. As this is a genetic disorder of the joints that can be passed down to the puppies, we will reject request for stud dog services from owners of such females.
By mentally healthy, we mean the temperament of the dam. Golden Retrievers have a reputation of being extremely friendly and are especially good with children. Despite this, Golden Retrievers rank 21st among dog breeds that have attacked the most people in the USA and Canada. While there are many reasons for Golden Retrievers to turn aggressive, indiscriminate breeding is one. It is our believe that any dog with aggressive tendencies should not be bred.
To enforce this guideline, we will ask to see your dog (just like you’ll want to see ours) before we agree to allow the mating to take place.
The Stud Fees
Our stud fees are as follows:
- 1 Puppy (the pick of the litter)
In addition to the above, we will only sign the SKC litter registration once we are paid the above stud fees in full.
To enquire about our Golden Retriever stud dog services, simply call us at +65 68714245
or email us using the form on this page. If you know of anyone looking for a champion line Golden Retriever stud dog, do help us by sharing this page.