Puppy Checklist





English Cream Golden Retriever Puppy
The first year is critical to your puppy’s development. During this time, your puppy needs special nutrition to promote strong bones and teeth, proper development of body systems and a thick, lustrous coat. At certain times during this period of growth and development, your puppy will need up to twice the amount of food per pound of body weight compared to an adult dog. Start your puppy on the right track with a complete and balanced puppy food.
Purchase treats that are low in calories and are a small size to reinforce a puppy’s good behavior during training. And, a good rule to live by the is the “10% rule.” Treats should not exceed 10% of your puppy’s daily calorie intake.









Collar & Leash

Your puppy’s first collar and leash should be made of lightweight nylon or leather. For collar size, measure his neck and add two inches. Check his collar frequently to be sure he hasn’t outgrown it. When he is older or if you have adopted an adult dog, you will need to buy a webbed-cotton or leather leash with a secure clasp. Six feet is the best length for training and walking.

What Our Happy Customer Say About Us

I really enjoyed my experience with them. They were friendly and nice. The puppies were healthy, loved and well taken care of. I recommend buying a puppy from them. Our puppy adjusted well to our family and we are soo thankful for Sugar. We was soo happy to pick up our beautiful baby girl.

Latasha Smith-Taylor

Loved our experience and we received videos and photos of our puppy all the time so we were able to watch her grow . Even were given the opportunity to visit her before we could take her home .

Alyssa Pusateri

This breeder is the real deal. We picked up our beautiful, sweet, and spunky puppy yesterday and she has had no problems fitting in with our family. Before we picked her up, we were able to visit her and meet the breeder. Between the visit and pick up day, we were able to see her (rapid!!) growth throughout the weeks through photos and videos provided by the breeder. This family obviously loves their dogs and the puppies--they put in a lot of time and effort to ensure the puppies are ready to go to their forever home--and it shows! Upon leaving with our sweet little girl, we were given toys, puppy food that she is used to, a blanket with her mom's scent, and all of her genetic and AKC info to make sure both we and our puppy were ready to become a united family. We have nothing but positive things to say about the breeder, our puppy, and the whole experience.

Sarah Goodrich