English Golden Retrievers

All of our puppies are sired with a Champion Sire with multiple lineage Champion Pedigrees

We are family owned and co-raising English Goldens for their temperament and lovable natures, backed by Champion European imports of Russia and Hungary. Our families are working together to bring you the best well-rounded English Goldens in the southeastern USA!

HD-A; ( Excellent Hips); ED-0; (Normal Elbows) Heart, Eyes, ICT / ICH Clear.  All Breeding Stock are Imported from Russia and Hungary with only the Best Health Records!  You may not be looking for a Show Dog, but when it comes to your Puppy's Temperament, a Pedigree will make all the difference! Don't be fooled by Imposters, these pups are Champion sired by The Young Champion of Russia; Difiramb iz Stolitsy Urala. Jr RUS CH, CH RUS, RKF CH,"Bandi" HD-AA ED-00; All My Dream in Famous Family is Grand Sire. Erinderry, Xanthos lines are making very Calm and easily trained puppies. Recommended for Therapy and Comfort Companions but also make the most Amazing Family Pets.   Feel free to call or text for more information.  Ask about a discount on our pups for any military family!

Shipping is available within the US for an additional charge out of Chattanooga, TN., but we prefer you get your new fur baby in person...

Differences Between the American Golden and the English Golden

The obvious difference between the English - British Golden Retriever and its American counterpart is the color of the coat. The English Golden Retriever is typically cream to more white in color and the American Golden is more golden to red. Not all English Golden Retrievers are cream and come in the full range of color associated with goldens. Many very successful English Goldens have the same color coat as the American Golden. However, there are many more important differences to be taken into consideration.

Health Differences

Cancer was the cause of death for 61.8% of American Goldens according to a 1998 health study conducted by the Golden Retriever Club of America, making it the breed's biggest killer. The most common types of cancers in Goldens are hermangiosarcoma, followed by lymphosarcoma, mast cell tumor, and osteosarcoma. The incidence of cancer among English Cream Golden Retriever bloodlines was lower than in the American Golden Retriever bloodlines. In fact the British Kennel Club (KC) did a very extensive study recently and found that cancer only caused the death of 38.8% of English Goldens. The median age of an English Golden is 12 years and 3 months according to the study, but the median age of an American Golden is only 10 years and 8 months.  A dog's quality depends on its bloodlines and the care it is given.


Goldens should be groomed at least once a week, and every day during shedding. Their coats shed somewhat during the year, but are known to "blow coat" twice a year when they shed profusely. They also need to have their ears cleaned regularly, or otherwise an ear infection might occur. While shedding is unavoidable with Golden Retrievers, frequent brushing (daily to weekly) lessens the amount of hair shed by the animal. Severe shedding resulting in bald patches can be indicative of stress or sickness in a Golden Retriever.

Characteristics of the Golden Retriever Temperament

The temperament of the Golden Retriever is a hallmark of the breed and is described in the standard as "kindly, friendly and confident." They are not "one man dogs" and are generally equally amiable with both strangers and those familiar to them. Their trusting, gentle disposition therefore makes them a poor guard dog. The typical Golden Retriever is calm, naturally intelligent and biddable, with an exceptional eagerness to please. Whether the object is a thrown stick, tennis ball, or flying disc, retrieving can keep a dog of this breed occupied and entertained for hours, especially if water is involved. Goldens might also pick up and "retrieve" any object that is near to them upon their masters' arrival, all of this lending to their retriever name.

Golden Retrievers are also noted for their intelligence, and can learn up to roughly 240 commands, words and phrases. These dogs are also renowned for their patience with children. By the time they reach maturity however, Goldens will have become active and fun-loving animals with the exceptionally patient demeanor befitting a dog bred to sit quietly for hours in a hunting blind. Adult Golden Retrievers love to work, and have a keen ability to focus on a given task. They will seemingly work until collapse, so care should be taken to avoid overworking them.

Other characteristics related to their hunting heritage are a size suited for scrambling in and out of boats and an inordinate love for water. Golden Retrievers are exceptionally trainable—due to their intelligence, athleticism and desire to please their handlers—and generally excel in obedience trials. In fact, the first AKC Obedience Trial Champion was a Golden Retriever. They are also very competitive in agility and other performance events. Harsh training methods are unnecessary - Golden Retrievers respond well to positive and upbeat training styles.

Golden Retrievers are compatible with children and adults and are good with other dogs, cats and most livestock. Golden Retrievers are particularly valued for their high level of sociability towards people, calmness, and willingness to learn. Because of this, they are commonly used as guide dogs, mobility assistance dogs, and search and rescue dogs. They are friendly and tend to learn tricks easily.

They are also known to become excellent surrogate mothers to different species. Kittens and even tiger cubs from zoos are well taken care of by golden retrievers. In some cases, a retriever may produce milk for its adopted even though it may not have been pregnant or nursing recently.

Golden Retrievers are very attached to their owners.

A highly social house dog, that will seek to sleep in the same room as their owners, and should not be put into kennels for protracted periods. Leaving them alone in a room can cause the dog to become anxious and distressed. The dogs like to have something in their mouth and carry things around and should for this reason be provided with a copious supply of favorite toys — the particular obsession of which depends upon the individual animal.