When selecting a puppy we highly recommend you choose a breeder who is trying to improve the breed and not a puppy mill. We choose healthy breeding stock and do the tests and evaluations necessary to provide healthy, calm, good-natured family pets. We spend thousands of dollars making sure we give your new family member the best chances in life and only have a few litters a year between our dogs and a few co-breeders.  Our puppies are all raised in our home with our kids and get lots of attention and love in addition to exposure to lots of noises and experiences to help them become confident, easily trainable companions. 

 

UPCOMING LITTERS

We are planning two litters this year. One should hopefully be available in the summer of 2022 and the next in the fall. We have also partnered with quality breeders  to bring puppies to the Houston area to keep up with our demand and provide our Texas Cream families with the same quality of pups that we would breed. These pups are from champion lineages and from fully health tested parents (OFA Hips, Elbows, Heart, and Genetically tested). They are raised in the home around children and are exposed to lots of noises and sounds so they are well-adapted family members.  We will let people on our waiting list know if these become available.

 If you are interested in a puppy, please send us an email at texascreamgoldens@gmail.com and let us know a little about you and your timing for a new family member.  To secure a spot on an upcoming litter we require a deposit of $350 which is refundable if we cannot provide you a puppy within a year. While we tell people to expect a long wait, often time we can provide a puppy earlier either through our pups or a partners' litter.

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COST

Cost for all of our pups (both ours and our partner's pups) are $4,000 for AKC limited registration. Contact us for full registration/ pick of the litter. Pups come with a health guarantee and will be PRA 1&2 & ICT Clear (as well as all other common genetic issues with golden retrievers). Pups go home with vet check, first shots, and a start on potty training.