If your family is looking to add a WONDERFUL Golden Retriever from Charolias Golden Retrievers, like this and the ones below, your best option is to get on a litter list.
Puppy price is $2000 Limited Registration .. this price is for companion/pet puppies
Full registration is available, with approval to show & breeding homes.. $3,000
Litter list are filling fast. We require a non refundable deposit of $500. Your deposit will get you on a list and puppies are placed in the order deposits are received. Balance of $1500 cash when your puppy is picked up. If the perfect puppy you desire is unavailable, your deposit will be moved to the next litter.
All Puppies placed from Charolias Golden Retrievers receive 1 month of FREE Health Insurance. Compliments of TruPanion Your covered as soon as you take your puppy home.
The basic difference between an AKC limited registration and a full AKC registration is that the former is meant for non-breeders while the latter is for professional breeders. If the dogs with limited registration are bred, then their puppies cannot be registered.
"Remember these (super sad) throwbacks from earlier this year? 🐶That recovery outfit though 😭LEO STORY: If you were following me on Instagram at the time, you probably saw a lot of this go down. In fact, that’s a big part of the reason I’m sharing this post! So many of you had questions about how pet insurance came to the rescue during the Leo scare. Here’s a little refresher on what happened… One night when I was very pregnant, Leo — who has a habit of eating things he shouldn’t — ate a little piece of our wool rug. It didn’t look like much, so we weren’t really worried. We’d been down the puppy parent road before! ⠀ ⠀ Leo started throwing up nonstop and other symptoms. I took him to the vet, they gave him medicine to help his nausea, and told me that if he started throwing up after the medicine, he would need to come back later that day to get X-rays.⠀ ⠀ We were right back to the vet later that day... He was still throwing up, was drooling like crazy, and was getting worse. The X-rays we got showed there was something serious going on in his stomach and that his intestines were obstructed.⠀ ⠀ The vet’s first words to me, “If you have pet insurance, take him to the emergency vet right now.”⠀ ⠀ To make a long story short, Leo had emergency overnight surgery. They had to open up his stomach completely! Thankfully, he healed well — and thankfully, we had our pet insurance, Trupanion (we pay for this)! Our insurance saved us thousands in veterinary bills, was easy to use, & while Mike was skeptical at first about pet insurance, it’s now paid for itself (and then some!) since we started it with Jax 6 years ago and added Leo last year.⠀ ⠀ As always, I can only speak to my experience here, but I hope it can be helpful for you and your family. Having access to pet insurance saved us so much money and ensured that we were able to keep Leo healthy. I'm happy to share this story in partnership with Trupanion, who I researched years back and chose for our girls! I’m grateful to partner with them to share this, but know we completely pay for this pet insurance & always have! 🐶💛⠀"
There is no telling what your new puppy will get into... But when a your dog gets sick or hurt, the last thing you want to think about is how much the veterinary care will cost. The best dog insurance helps protect you from that financial burden and makes sure you can focus on getting the best care possible.
THERE is NO CHARGE for this. Charolias signs you up the day you pick up your puppy.
Coverage from TruPanion is effective for 30 days from your pick up date.
JUST ENJOY Your puppy, then after the month of coverage expires, enroll or not, it's up to you. We highly recommend you do keep your coverage.
When your dog gets sick or hurt, the last thing you want to think about is how much the veterinary care will cost. The best dog insurance helps protect you from that financial burden and makes sure you can focus on getting the best care possible.
Before deciding to breed your female dog there are some positive and negative considerations that owners should consider. Breeding your dog is not an inexpensive or easy task, if you are seriously planning on making the best possible selection of a male dog. There are serious health considerations with regards to breeding dogs that should be discussed with your vet and family members before making the final decision.
Drawbacks To Breeding Your Dog
Breeds have their own unique issues when it comes to breeding. Below are some of the general concerns that can arise with any breed:
1. Cost of stud services. For a championship bloodline it can be several hundred or even thousands of dollars to have your female bred to a purebred male.
2. Potential health risks. There is always the possibility that the female can be injured during breeding, or may develop life-threatening conditions during the pregnancy. Female dogs can die during delivery if they are left unsupervised and there is a complication.
3. Additional vet expenses. The female may require additional trips to the vet or even help with birthing or whelping the puppies. These vet bills can range between the cost of a check-up to several thousands of dollars depending on the size of the dog and the troubles they experience.
4.Health issues with the puppies. If there are health issues with the puppies the owner of the female is usually responsible unless there have been other arrangements made prior to the birth. Again, these can be minor or they can be very costly.
5. Vaccinations and feeding. Not only will the female require more and higher quality feed throughout her pregnancy but the puppies will also require vet visits and high quality food. For the larger breeds the food can be very costly, and for any breed the vaccinations and vet visits are critical and are an additional cost.
6. Ongoing health issues with the female. Female dogs that have had a litter of puppies are much more likely to develop ovarian and breast cancers than spayed females that have not had a litter.
Positive to Breeding Your Female
There are positives as well to breeding your female. Helping develop a line of healthy and breed standard puppies is very rewarding. Finding good homes and families for the puppies is a great opportunity to share the breed of your choice with caring and loving individuals.
In addition breeding is a way for kennels and breeders to seek to develop championship lines. There is increased awareness of the kennel if one of the puppies becomes a champion dog.
For most individuals making money off of puppies is simply not realistic. By the time that you consider the expenses of breeding and caring for the females the price of the puppies does not cover the expenses of raising them. Careful consideration of the options for breeding is important before deciding if this is right for your dog or not.
Here at Charolias Golden Retrievers...It's A Full Time Job, from staying up all hours with a new litter, to feeding the puppies once they start to wean, then ALL THE CLEANING. Puppies need to be kept in A SPOTLESS environment. So when your puppy area is sparkling clean... The Soiling begins again. We Love Our Puppies, We love our happy families, but with the good comes the bad, the unavoidable C Sections & Expenses can be devastating.
Call and talk with us about Full registration options
Our very low percentage Inbred or line bred puppies are very healthy, and being European & American cross- they might show less cancer as it is excepted that the European Golden Retriever lines have less cancer then our American Golden Retrievers.
We have families from across the country that find their perfect puppy with us. We fly our puppies using United Pet Safe.
A SAFE WAY for puppies to travel. We also can do half way meet ups within 500 miles of our home in Louisiana
Visit's are WELCOME by appointment.
WHEN DRIVING TO CHAROLIAS GOLDEN RETRIEVERS....PLEASE BE SURE TO TAKE THE 472 TURN OFF THAT IS 5 MILES SOUTH OF WINNFIELD!!!!!!!! NOT THE 472 turn off in Willianna, it will take you around and around thru the woods, and right back to 167.
We love our puppy families, so feel free to visit the parents, and see our puppies....
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