Seems pretty reasonable to me, if that's all actually being done.First generation Mini Golden Retriever. Mother 60 pound AKC Golden Retriever father 18 pound AKC grand champion sired Cavalier King Charles Spaniel so these pups will be a little smaller than the Cocker/Golden Retriever crosses previous litters have matured from the mid twenties to the upper 30 pound range. Puppies will be vet checked prior to sale and both parents are hip and heart checked. We sell all pups with a 5yr health guarantee, microchipped, dewormed, vaccinated, with a sample of grain free puppy food, and registration papers as Mini Golden Retrievers. Located in central Va. We took and posted new pics Oct 22 and have several short videos available one showing how much Zeke loves the cat.
If it is this one yes I would not do anything with them. I really hate the whole "mini" thing and I have gotten so many people as me about "Mini" cockers--there is not such thing as a mini cocker.Haven't heard of it. I'd be leery of a place that specializes in Collies, CKCs and is selling dogs called 'Miniature Golden Retrievers'.
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Seems pretty reasonable to me, if that's all actually being done.
Any particular reason you're interested in these puppies? CKCs are pretty well known for having horrible health problems and people on this forum recommend you by one from a breeder who screens and health tests extensively.
If you start a thread and post what you're looking for in a dog and ask for breed suggestions, lots of people on this forum could provide you with information as to which breeds or mixes fit your criteria and are healthier than CKCs tend to beThanks, I didn't know that CKC's have health issues. We were looking into the mini Goldens because we love Golden Retrievers but wanted a little smaller dog.