Posted by: Kristin | February 9, 2010

puppy palooza in Southern Illinois

Just in case you didn’t get your fill of puppies this weekend from Puppy Bowl VI or the return of the Shiba Inu puppy cam, I bring you “puppy palooza” courtesy of Carriage Hill Goldens!

The one and only Kona Breeze is a product of Carriage Hill breeding, so I keep up with new litters on the breeder’s Web site. And lately, there’s been a lot to keep track of – like four litters of golden retrievers born in less than three weeks!

So, if you know anyone in Southern Illinois the market for a golden, Margie at Carriage Hill should have plenty (35 puppies total; 17 females, 18 males) to go around. Here’s some information about and pictures of the litters from the Web site. I’ll update this site with more information as it’s available. For now, enjoy the cuteness!

Litter #1
parents: Lynn and Spencer
born: January 23, 2010 – 4 females, 4 males
ready to go: March 12, 2010

four females - two weeks old

four males - two weeks old

Litter #2
parents: Lucy and Spencer
born: February 4, 2010 – 2 females, 7 males
ready to go: March 26, 2010

two females - three days old

seven males - three days old

Litter #3
parents: Sadie and Truman
born: February 8, 2010 – 7 females, 3 males
ready to go: April 2, 2010

Sadie with ten puppies - six hours old

ten puppies - six hours old

Litter #4
parents: Purcy and Truman
born: February 9, 2010 – 4 females, 4 males
ready to go: April 2, 2010

eight puppies - six hours old

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Responses

  1. They definately get “cute award” for the week! “Mom” looks quite pleased and smiling in photo with her babies, too.


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