As of 12/13/22, we currently have 4 puppies available from Mazie’s litter, 1 male and 3 females, that will go home Dec. 31st or Jan 1st. Please message or call for details.
Maddie’s litter was just born on December 11th and will go home February 11th. I have 1 male and 4 females from that litter that are available.
Our Goldens are born and raised in our home with our 2 children and our furry family members, until they are ready to go to their furever homes at 8 weeks old. They are socialized with other dogs, cats, and even a ferret! We help make the transition to your home as easy as possible! We begin potty training the puppies around 3 weeks old, which will help to establish a routine in your home.
As a former veterinary technician, I believe in giving the absolute best care to our mother and her puppies. Our females take multi-vitamins daily to ensure they are in great health when they conceive, during pregnancy, and especially when whelping. We have our puppies vet checked soon after birth, wormed at 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks, checked for parasites, and have the vet give their first shot of DAPPv (Distemper, Adenovirus, Parainfluenza, and Parvo). The health and well-being of our puppies is our #1 priority!
Our golden parents are health cleared, DNA tested for eye and heart defects, as well as for OFA hips, knees, and elbows.
The stud we are using for the fall 2022 litter is Finn. What an amazing boy he is!! Check out his website for everything Finn! We at Ruff Life Golden Retrievers, believe in producing the best possible dog for you!
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Golden Retrievers are ranked #3 of 193 AKC dog Breeds. They are fiercely loyal, extremely affectionate, highly intelligent, very athletic, docile, charismatic, agile hunters, and are wonderful members of any family! Golden Retrievers were originally created in Scotland in the 19th century. The first Golden Retrievers were bred from a yellow colored Retriever named 'Nous' and a tweed Water Spaniel named 'Belle'. They produced 4 pups. The program continued by cross-breeding with Irish Setters, a sandy colored Bloodhound, a St. John's Water Dog of Newfoundland, and 2 more wavy-coated black retrievers. The goal was to create the perfect hunting dog.
If you are looking for an easily trainable, highly intelligent, fun-loving, family dog, then look no further! The Golden Retriever is the perfect dog for you!!
Mia’s first pregnancy photo shoot 📸
Before choosing a breeder or a puppy, research and make sure you know these few details:
Deposits of $500.00 are REFUNDABLE should you change your mind about wanting a puppy or are unable to take the puppy. My husband and I help place the puppy with each family. We reserve the right to make sure our puppies go to the most appropriate setting possible. Puppies will be whelped and cared for until at least 8 weeks of age and no longer than 9 weeks. If the puppy should no longer be available due to illness, accident, or if we do not have your sex available, your deposit will be refunded, or be transfered to another puppy from this litter or another available litter. If no litter is available, you will recieve your deposit back.
New Pet Owners Can Launch a Successful Startup With These Tips
How do you juggle starting a business with taking care of a new pet? While the process can be challenging for both you and your animal, there are plenty of resources that will help along the way. Finding a healthy balance between your work and home life is key, especially during the first few weeks your pet is home. This will help you get used to one another and allow you to work on training him while you spend quality time together. When it comes to getting your business off the ground, it’s essential to get organized. Start by writing up a detailed business plan to improve your chances of success.
Give yourself time to plan
Starting a business isn’t something that happens overnight; it’s crucial to take your time and make sure your business plan is well-written and detailed, since it will act like a guide for you in the first year. The plan should include your products or services and how you’ll sell them, how many employees you’ll have, where you’ll run your business from, and how much funding you’ll require, just to name a few details. This information will tell lenders or investors everything they need to know about your financial needs, so make sure it’s accurate. Read up on how to start a business with ZenBusiness to learn more about what your plan should include.
Change your space
Once you have a well-written plan mapped out, it’s time to think about how you can ensure that you and your pet have the best possible space to get to know each other in. Whether you’ll be working from home or just need to make each room safer for your animal, it’s a good idea to declutter, do a thorough cleaning of every space, and let in some fresh air by opening the windows on nice days. Not only will this start you off on the right foot when you bring your pet home, it will help relieve stress or anxiety as you set up your business. If you are going to be working from home, now is the time to arrange a safe, comfy spot for your pet in your office or workspace so he can stay close while he gets accustomed to his new environment.
Make daily tasks easier
Running a successful business while taking care of a new pet can be challenging, so it’s a good idea to make things as easy on yourself as possible. Utilizing the right tools for your daily operations is crucial, so look for accounting software, e-signature and project management resources, and website tools that will help you automate simple tasks. When it comes to your website, it’s also important to make sure your content does as much heavy lifting as possible; a beautifully-designed infographic can go a long way toward drawing in customers and leading to conversions. You don’t have to pay a costly designer; simply use an infographic template that allows you to input your choice of text, images, and colors in a professional-looking format.
You can also look for helpful tools that will come in handy with teaching your pet using training methods, keeping him entertained, or keeping an eye on him when you can’t be at home. These days there are tons of tech options that will handle all three tasks and much more, so think about what your needs are and do some research to find out which tools fit into your budget.
Becoming an entrepreneur while becoming a pet parent at the same time can be overwhelming if you aren’t prepared, but with the right help you can tackle everything the day throws at you. Planning well will allow you to get to know your new pet and provide a stable, loving home for him even when your professional life becomes busy.
Have a question about adopting a puppy? Get in touch with Susan at Ruff Life Golden Retrievers.
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