At Regalgoldens, our goal is to breed and raise exceptional quality British type Golden Retrievers. Our bloodlines are from only the most respected kennels worldwide. Our breeding dogs have passed all health clearance for eyes, heart, hips, elbows among other genetic tests. Including annual eye exams with an Ophthalmologist, heart certified by an cardiologist, genetic tests for Progressive Retinal Atrophy - PRA 1 and PRA 2 and PRA pcrd (all cause blindness), Degenerative Myelopathy, Ichthyosis and Neuronal Ceroid Lipofuscinoses.
A puppy is for life and will be around long after the pandemic. Most reputable breeders will not have pups available immediately as they typically have a waiting list (quality not quantity). Backyard breeders and puppy mills most likely will have available pups. So be wise, seek out reputable breeders that have an investment in the perfect home for their pups.
Canadian Pointed! Dutch, Regalgoldens Dutch Treat. Our young hopeful went Winners Dog first day, then Best of Winners and final day Best of Breed at the Monarch Dog Show August 2021.
We are delighted to announce our Pepper gave birth to 10 scrumpcious puppies on November 30, 2021. We have one available female pup. Pups go home January 25, 2022. Contact us by email if interested.
New Champion! Pepper, Regalgoldens Secret Valentine. Our girl went Best of Winners, Best of Breed, and then a group 4th at the Scarborough Dog Show March 2020.
The purpose of our Guardianship Program is to occasionally place some of our breeding males or females, either as puppies or young adults with a wonderful, devoted, loving family for their lifetime.
We strive to produce the healthiest dogs possible. We will not knowingly breed dogs that have health problems, which is why we do additional genetic tests along with regular health clearances for the breed.
Our goal is to breed and raise exceptional quality British Style Golden Retrievers. Our bloodlines are from only the most respected kennels worldwide.
The Golden Retriever is a relatively young breed. It originated in Scotland during the late 1800s where it was developed by a British aristocrat, Lord Tweedmouth.
Our Golden Retrievers are our way of life and are first and foremost well loved family pets and secondly show dogs.
They all live in our home alongside us; we do not have kennels. We are very fortunate that we have had some great wins in the show ring but most of the time they spend their days running on our 12 acre property, swimming and curling up on the sofa at night.