puppies

There are several important factors to consider before getting a golden retriever. Discover if you’re prepared for the commitment and if a golden retriever aligns with your lifestyle. Determine whether buying a pedigree puppy or adopting from a breed rescue is the right choice for you. Let GRCWA assist you in finding your new best friend.
Are You ready to Own a Golden Retriever

Puppies can be irresistible bundles of fun, but they also require plenty of attention and a structured routine. This can be particularly challenging if you lead a busy life. At GRCWA, we understand the joys and challenges of raising a golden retriever. Our website is here to provide you with valuable resources and guidance on golden retrievers.

Learn More About Buying a Golden Retriever

Discover the ins and outs of purchasing a golden retrievers puppy. From essential queries for breeders, to recommended equipment and necessary paperwork, we’ve got you covered on your journey to find the perfect golden retriever companion.

Find A Golden Retriever Puppy
At GRCWA, we understand that choosing to bring a Golden Retriever into your life is a decision that should not be taken lightly. It requires a lifelong commitment and careful consideration. We encourage you to be patient throughout the process, as the average wait time for a golden retriever puppy typically ranges from 12 to 18 months.
Caring For Your Golden Retriever

Raising a puppy can be both rewarding and frustrating. If you need additional guidance, consider purchasing our “New Puppy! Now What?” ebook. It provides all the information you need to care for your puppy and set them up for a lifetime of happiness. Additionally, we invite you to join our Drop In Training Classes, where our experienced trainers can assist you with all your training needs. Trust GRCWA for the best puppy care and training resources.

Finding An Older Golden Retriever

If you’re not prepared for the challenges and training that come with a young puppy, adopting an older or mature dog can be a viable option, especially for households where the family pet may be left unsupervised for long periods of time. At GRCWA, we understand that not everyone is equipped for the demands of a puppy.

Responsible Breeding

Responsible dog breeders work hard to produce healthy, socialised puppies, interview potential buyers, health test the parents and remain resources for buyers for the lives of those dogs. Learn what to look for when searching for your next golden retriever puppy.

What Responsible Breeders Really Do

So You Want A Golden Retriever Puppy