International Ch. Amos & Hallie are proud parents of Ms. Peach (name can change) born March 11, 2018. Click on the names or the below pictures to look at the parents. This is another incredible litter we produce. Amos is our best overall stud dog. When you take into account his pedigree, health clearances, looks and pedigree, there isn’t a stud dog on the planet that we like more. He’s incredible handsome with a unique blocky head, he’s very well behaved and super sweet. His boys all end up looking like him which is a very good thing. Hallie is a dog produced by us through International Ch. Dutch & International Ch. Nadia. She was chosen to be kept because she had an incredibly blocky head for a female and previous Dutch/Nadia pups were incredibly healthy, beautiful and smart. You can scroll to the bottom and see what previous Hallie pups looked like and acted like.
Ms. Peach’s personality is very loving, outgoing, very dependent and confident. She is one of the happiest puppies we have ever had. Her tail is always wagging and she is seemingly always in a good mood. She’s very confident and fearless. She will do exceptionally well in training because of this. She’s very dependent and a pup that loves to be with everybody and anybody. She’s a larger girl and will probably get around 65-70 lbs full grown with a big blocky head and light cream coat. She comes with a very realistic 4-year health warranty.
She can go home after:
- Puppy Academy (training till 12 weeks of age) – June 2, 2018 OR
- Canine College (training till 16 weeks of age) – June 30, 2018 OR
- Master’s Program (training till 20 weeks of age) – July 28, 2018 OR
- Doggy Doctorate (training till 6 months of age) – September 10, 2018
We were asked to have several pups for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on May 4, 2018 to “predict” the Kentucky Derby. They did a great job as you can see below. Hallie’s pups were on the show as you can see below:
Please visit our Puppy Training Institute page to learn and watch about every training level we offer in detail. We work on 4 core areas in our training….House Training (potty training, chew training, jump training, etc…), Outside Training (leash training, car training, thunderstorm training), Socialization Training (stranger training, child training, dog/cat training, etc…) & Obedience Training (sit, stay, lay, come, place, etc…). It is a very extensive program that requires a staff of professional trainers and first-class facilities. We currently have 7 professional trainers and 8 veterinarian technicians/assistants that work full time to provide the training and socialization we require of every puppy. An average Puppy Academy puppy (12 weeks old) receives over 250 hours of professional training and each week adds 25 hours of training. Please visit our Puppy Training Institute page to learn what goals we have for each program along with watching videos of what a typical Puppy Academy, Canine College, Master’s Program, etc… puppy looks like. The longer you can afford for them to be in training the better trained your pup will be. For example, in potty training our Puppy Academy pups can hold their restroom for around 1 hour during the day inside while a Canine College pup can hold it 2 hours. Also Canine College pups have their obedience commands 2-3 times better than Puppy Academy pups. Lastly, Canine College pups are fully inoculated and have all of their shots while a pup at 12 weeks of age needs to be quarantined until they get their final puppy shot and rabies shot.
Both parents have near PERFECT health clearances (hip, elbow, eyes and heart) and each pup comes with a very good and realistic 4-year health warranty. In fact, Amos scored in the top 4% of Golden Retrievers with their hip, elbow, eye and heart clearances.
Our puppies receive professional training in our Puppy Training Institute
Every Golden Retriever puppy from Recherche Goldens receives between 250 and 850 hours of professional puppy training through our Puppy Academy, Canine College, Master’s Program, Doggy Doctorate and Doggy Double Doctorate programs.