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The first step in adding one of these beautiful puppies to your home is contacting us. Please fill out the questions on our contact us page and send them in an email. Next we we'll have a phone conversation to get to know you and exactly what you're looking for in a puppy. We will then send you a puppy contract via email to fill out and send back along with the deposit to hold your puppy. You can learn more on our reserve a puppy page by clicking on the link below.
Think about what you want to do with your puppy. How active are you? How social are you? What will this puppies day to day activities be? We will ask you these questions or similar questions during our phone call. Then we will do our best to help match you with the puppy that will best suit your family.
In our experience personality is more important than gender. Although if you're looking for specific physical attributes this may be a deciding factor. Males are typically larger around 80 lb while females are usually around 60 lb.
Our puppy spend their first few weeks in our bedroom. When they are three weeks old their move to the main part of our house so they can experience more sites sounds and smells. To learn more about how we raise our puppies check out the link below.
At 4 weeks old we start offering puppies a high-quality balanced raw diet. By the time puppies are 6 weeks old they get 2 Raw meals and one kibble (Purina pro plan sport 30/20) meal a day.
There are many health benefits to feeding a high quality balanced raw diet. A balanced raw diet consists of raw mussel meat, raw bones, raw organs and a small amount of veggies, fruit, seeds and nuts.
Check out the link below to learn more about a balanced raw diet.
Please note we are not veterinarians.
The information we provide is based on our experience and knowledge, and is intended to help our puppy owners provide the best possible life for their Goldens .
Em's Goldens shall not be held liable for any damages or loss incurred due to the information we provide.
Please consult with your veterinarian before practicing our information.