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Lucky Lady Farms

Exquisite English Golden Retrievers

This has to be one of my all time favorite puppy pictures. Yikes they are sweet.

So this is what happens when you have one of my puppies and then want another one a year later! This is Jake and Heather's second baby 'Kramer' who got a little tired after playing with his big sister Sugar. Its okay, they are water dogs after all

On occasion, someone doesn't read my long winded descriptions of how laid back these goldens for them I will let this picture speak for me! This is 7 month old Tasis from the '08 Chloe X Johnny litter. Do they get along with other pets?????

Another question I love...."Are they good with really young children?"

Hmmmm? I don't know - are they?  

This is a rigorous training session!

A question I never get - "Are they good at bathtime?" Clearly YES is the answer to this!

This is absolute genius! I never thought of it when my son was in the hate taking a bath stage. What long as it doesn't involve a lot of shaking off afterwards!

The home of Lord Tweedmouth in Scotland where a reunion of sorts was held in 1996.

Guisachan is where the Golden Retriever Breed was developed

This is not a Lynn Kipps photo - I asked her personally. It did get me on her Christmas Mailing List though, so I'm thankful for that. If you accuse someone of stealing, you'd better be sure that you know what you are talking about!

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Upcoming Litters Reserving Now

Lady by Johnny

These little sweeties were just bred

and should be due around April 17th

Bella and Ariel

Bella and Johnny are hoping

for a nice summer litter 2014


Now retired and going

to live with my Mom!!


an up and coming

will pursue her

clearances this winter!






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Georgia Canines for Independence

This worthy organization trains and provides service animals for a variety of assistance uses. GCI dogs purchases the animals and then spends two years in their training only to give them away for service to their human partners. Tim and Ramona have an amazing dedication to this work and rely solely upon charitable support for their program.

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