|Most Recent Litter Birth:||Feb 22, 2018|
|Age of Puppies:||all sold|
|Parents:||Huxley & Duchess|
|Ready Date:||Apr 27, 2018|
|Deposit on Current Litter:||$100|
|Tax for Missouri Residents:||6.225%|
|Shipping (if needed):||$300-$400|
|Available for Purchase Now:||next litter|
|To reserve a pup from next litter (not current litter,|
|or if current litter are all sold):||use PayPal below|
|Deposit on Next Litter:||$100|
Dec 2018 Litter
Dec 2018 Litter
The photos shown here are from Huxley and Duchess' most recent litter of pups. The pups will be ready to go to their new homes at approximately 9 weeks of age. Specific puppies will be available for purchase at 5 weeks of age, and at that time we will post individual photos of the puppies (below). Prior to that, you can reserve a puppy using the PayPal buttons in the gold box above. After the pups reach 5 weeks of age, you can scroll down to the individual puppy photos to see if any pups are available for purchase. Then, after calling us to confirm availability you can place your deposit by using the PayPal button next to that puppy, or ask us about other payment options. If all pups have been sold in this litter, you can reserve a puppy from their next litter by using the PayPal buttons in the gold box above. When the next litter of puppies are born, we will show photos of the pups in the whelping box, and update the individual photos (below) at approximately 5 weeks of age. We just know you are going to love our cast of little puppy stars when their photos and videos debut.
Our AKC purebred white cream pups from Huxley & Duchess are adorable! Pictures are posted at 4-6 weeks of age and videos at 7-8 weeks. Before 5 weeks of age, we show pictures and videos from the previous litter of these parents to help give our customers an idea of the puppy appearance and features that can be expected from Emery-n-Denise's Golden puppies.
In the photos and videos shown below, the camera lighting varies according to our indoor space that we use for the shots, so we have also given you a brief description of each puppy's coat coloring relative to its siblings. For example, if we say the puppy has a lighter colored coat, this does not mean the coat is completely white, it just means lighter compared to the rest of the litter. Also, please keep in mind that you are looking at the puppy coat which is usually different and often lighter than its adult coat. But if you look at the coloring on a Golden Retriever puppy's ears, it can sometimes give you an indication of how the adult coat will change. For example, if the ears are slightly darker than the rest of the body, the overall coat may darken slightly as the pup matures, but not as dark as the ears because the ears are almost always a little darker than the rest of the body on a Golden Retriever. But if the ears are about the same color as the rest of the coat on a puppy, the change in the puppy's coat color will most likely be very slight or unnoticeable as it grows older. Also keep in mind that the bright studio lighting usually causes the pups to appear lighter in color than their actual color.
Many people ask us about the puppy's personality or temperament. We can only base our opinion on the temperaments of the parents and what we observe in the puppy when we are playing with it, cutting its toenails, giving its medications, or bathing it. However, the puppy's temperament can change as it matures. Both parents both have a mild to medium temperament, not overly excited or shy, and very obedient. We have started rating the puppies temperament on a scale of 1 to 10 and we call it, "liveliness." So, a higher rating would mean more active and playful, and a lower rating, less active and more mellow. Next to the photos of each puppy, we have rated what we feel is the liveliness of the puppy as we have observed. If we see the personality mellowing out or becoming more active, we will change the rating accordingly during our 9 weeks of care. We hope this helps.