Field Bred Golden Retrievers
Big Horn Retrievers is committed to keeping the breed clean and strive to breed longevity. Big Horn Retrievers only raise & breed field goldens. Our goldens have the same prettiness or handsome faces as a conformation dog but Big Horn Retriever goldens are not just a pretty face, but working dogs. They are awesome hunters & love the water. They do have considerably shorter hair and can be trained for competition, hunt tests, an all around working class, as service-therapy dogs, search & rescue & of course it's a given, they are your loyal obedient family member who loves to lay & chill with you.
Big Horn Retriever golden puppies start their life with health clearances on the parents- Hips, elbows, heart, & eyes. Granted all these clearances do not guarantee 100% but it gives the owner some peace of mind their puppy has a good clean start. Our golden retriever puppies go through the early neurological exercises at age 3 days to 16 days. Our golden pups are born in our house so we can handle and socialize with them as a group and individually on a daily basis. Plus they bring lots of joy watching them grow. Our golden retriever puppies have very wonderful traits & hilarious personalities, born to retrieve. One main characteristic we like in our goldens is they are very biddable in the house and easily trained, even to the amateur trainer, to be well mannered canine citizens. Big Horn Retriever puppies grow into beautiful companions who are highly trainable & tractable, excel in any job they are trained to do, eager to please &
very devoted with tons of desire. Both males & females are solid,
athletic with beautiful heads. Big Horn Retriever goldens are quality hunting dogs who are competitive, love to swim, ride ATV's, excel in any activity or just happy to be your truck buddy and loves to just snuggle beside you & be Family.
Hello and thank you for visiting our site. Big Horn Retrievers is a small breeder....we breed only 2 to 4 litters a year. Gary & I have had the love of goldens most of our lives. We love to bird hunt and a golden or two or three have always been our hunting partners. We initially started breeding to keep a hunting buddy around but because Goldens, like any canine, are not all created equal. We look for certain characteristics, coats, & personalities. We try to breed longevity. We want calm & obedient but manageable high test when it warrants. Our family has grown and each brings us a lot of laughs and great joy.