We are currently paused for older dog inquires as we process the families that have responded to this post. Updated: March 28, 2020.
We are currently considering excellent homes for several of our retiring and semi-retiring females. Our first choice would be to keep all of our dogs here at Goldnote. However, now that their breeding careers have come to a close, we recognize that these cherished members of the Goldnote family deserve exceptional forever homes.
Over the years, we have moved towards a more holistic and natural approach to caring for our dogs. We now recommend limited vaccines, natural approaches to flea, tick and heartworm prevention where possible, and a firm commitment to continue with a species appropriate raw diet.
If you would like to be considered as a home for one of our retiring or semi-retiring dogs, please send a detailed email describing your day to day household patterns, family members, other pets, experience with dogs, and type of nutrition that you provided for your previous dogs.
We will only consider families who have previously fed a correct raw, species appropriate diet or those who are prepared to do their own reading about how a raw diet would fit into their lifestyle. We prepare and sell this type of food and meal plan here at Goldnote. We have made the process very convenient for families. However, a solid commitment to this process is required. If you are not familiar, start by reading this article. Reasons to Feed Raw
We are specifically looking for families who align with our holistic dog care methods. Please also let us know why you feel you would be a good match for one of our dogs.
We will only consider placing dogs in homes that are within a reasonable drive of Goldnote.
We will not place retiring dogs out of the province.
Whistler has found a forever home. Whistler will be summering at the family cottage in Muskoka. Of course he will be spoiled year round by his new family who are a long time Golden family. A semi-retired couple have taken Whister and are looking forward to his affectionate manner and companionship that will also keep them active with long walks and retriever games.
Whistler is a 6.5 year old neutered male Golden Retriever. He is now retired as a stud dog and needs a loving forever home. Whistler has stolen the hearts of family after family who have visited with us over the years. Whistler is father to four lovely litters, so he has charmed many families with his exceptional good looks and affectionate disposition. Whistler is happy as a house dog, is fully house trained, walks nicely on a leash, loves retriever games and walks in our fields. Whistler is not suited to dog parks or doggie day care settings though, so please bear this in mind when considering Whistler as an addition to your home. Please contact us for further details about Whistler.
DAISY HAS FOUND A FOREVER HOME. WE DO SOMETIME HAVE DOGS THAT COME UP, FEEL FREE TO EMAIL FOR DETAILS. FREQUENTLY A RETIRED BREEDING DOG FOR ADOPTION NEVER MAKE THE WEBSITE POSTINGS AS SOMEONE HAPPENS TO EMAIL AT JUST THE RIGHT TIME TO MEET THEM AND FALL IN LOVE. Daisy is a retired breeding dog for adoption. She is eager to become a cherished companion dog. Daisy has been an amazing Mother for two litters of puppies in her career. Daisy is a warm, loving and energetic soul. Daisy has been a valued member of our breeding program with her solid pedigree for health and longevity. Daisy loves people of all ages and welcomes everyone she meets at Goldnote Golden Retrievers. Daisy is spay, house trained, crate trained and enjoys outing. Daisy as a retired breeding dog for adoption, we require a forever home that will be able to devote plenty of time and companionship to her. Daisy will enjoy plenty of exercise, family members of all ages and lots of love and affection daily. Daisy was born August 27th, 2009 and is in great health and condition. For additional information about Daisy please click on her gallery and pedigree link and contact us for further details.