My goal is to breed
biddable, sound and true to type Flat-Coated Retrievers.
My Flat-Coats, either
bought or bred by me, are extremely slow to mature physically. Breeding
only happens when the girls are mature, have the appropriate health
clearances, and I have room to keep a puppy. Each generation is
the foundation for the next. Many years go into making sure that
the litter will be the best possible litter I can breed and that my goal
will be achieved.
My dogs are family
members first and foremost. They are titled in conformation and
obedience. While I am very aware that Flat-Coats are retrievers, my dogs
do not have field or working titles, or at least not yet. I do expect
them to have the ability to do the job they were bred to do.
Retrievers are a happy and intelligent medium sized breed with enough energy to keep
you on your toes. They love life and want to be part of whatever is
going on. This is not a breed for everyone, but they are sweet active companions
and if you are up for their antics you will have years of enjoyment.
This breed needs to be part of the family and if left to their own
devices there's not telling what trouble they can get into.
are looking for a couch potato this is not the breed for you.
Canadian and American Societies have information booklets that you
should review before choosing this breed.
obtain an information booklet follow one of the following links for the