Friday, July 26, 2013

Darling Puppies

Today the puppies are two days old :) yeah! They are all doing well and are now twice the size of when they were born. There is one that is a runt and it wasn't drinking and now we have to bottle feed because it got all limp and now it needs more nutrition so we are feeding it every 15min hopefully it turns around!

Matilda is doing great she has really bounced back well she is on a high protein diet to help feed all the puppies! I am feeding her ground beef and rice besides the puppy food she is happy and healthy and gaining back the weight she lost :).

My add:
Adorable Golden Retriever puppies for sale. Championship bloodlines!!  6 males and 4 females. They are mostly lighter colored but one or two dark ones to pick from. ACA registered. They will be wormed, and vet checked when you pick yours up at 8 weeks! Available September 18, 2013! Come pick yours now! Price $700

P.S. this add may change depending if they all make it yet or not to three weeks so we shall see but if you know of anyone let me know

Phone (717) 271-4563

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Puppies Puppies and more puppies

Well today was awesome!! Matilda had 10 puppies :) *not sure of genders yet* and then this evening we went and picked a puppy out ,to buy and replace Princess. No this was not planned. Matilda was a week early.

Friday, July 19, 2013

Golden Retriever Puppies On the way due August championship bloodlines - $700 **A litter from: Duke and Matilda

Golden Retriever puppies for sale. They will be ACA registered and will be wormed and vet checked before they leave. The are championship bloodlines. The first puppy picture is Matilda *ACA registered* (the mom) this is her first litter. the other two puppy pictures are litters from matilda's half sister. The picture of the dog in the grass is Duke *AKC registered* (the daddy). The dog in the brown picture is Matilda full grown. If you are interested call or email.
Phone 717-271-4563

To go to Duke's ad page:

Matilda age 5 weeks

puppies from previous litters from Princess

Duke 2013

Matilda 2013


  • Beautiful tan Golden Retriever stud. He is very gentle and loving. He is from championship bloodlines. He has a wonderful pedigree with champions on either side! PROVEN: he has sired two litters that have been born (1st had 9 pups 2nd had 11 pups) and he has sired two on the way.
  •  He will be available to approved females only (no mixes or breeds other than Golden Retriever).  And proof of Rabies vaccination.
  • He is up to date on all his shots and deworming. We give him flea and tick treatment every 3 months.
  • If you are interested give me a call!!! Call to schedule an appointment!
    or send me an e-mail!
  • Phone:717-271-4563
  • Email:
  • Contact Person: Rose Mary Weaver

         AKC Golden Retriever Stud Service *Championship Bloodlines*




                                               a litter from *CJ and Duke*

Heat Tip


Keep Safe in the Sun
When the sun comes out, we all want to make the most of it and our pets are
always eager to join in the fun. Yet just like us, dogs can suffer in the heat.
When going for a long walk in the sunshine, it is important to remember that
no matter how much they may run around, dogs are not inexhaustible. Be sure
to stop regularly to let your dog have a drink, and walking near streams that
they can paddle in will make sure that they can keep cool. The best time to
walk your dog is in the early morning or late evening before the weather gets
 too hot. If your dog slows down and seems to want a rest, then let them lie in
a shaded area for a while and cool them by pouring water on their neck, the
 pads of their feet, and their belly before continuing.

Summer is the perfect time to get the BBQ going, but this can hold all sorts of
 dangers for our pets. Dogs just love the smell of cooking meat but make sure
 that they can never snatch anything as sizzling sausages can burn their
stomach when swallowed. Also dangerous are kebab skewers and cooked bones,
which can splinter when chewed. Keep everything out of reach of your pet and
make sure rubbish goes straight into the bin.

While everyone is having fun, it is easy to forget that your dog could be overheating
 in the sun. Signs of heat stroke include (but are not limited to): excessive panting,
dark or bright red tongue and gums, sticky or dry tongue and gums, staggering,
seizures, bloody diarrhea or vomiting, and rapid heartbeat.

Ensuring that they always have somewhere cool to sit and cool water (not ice water)
 to drink greatly reduces the risk of heat related illnesses such as sunstroke. You can
 help your pet by placing cool wet cloths on his paws and around his head. Also,
offering ice cubes for your pet to lick is also a great cool-down treat!

Of course, no matter how careful you are, accidents can still happen to our beloved pets.
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