Nat. Ch. Charles Henry Of Golden Duck Romeo
Romeo was imported from Serbia, He holds a National Championship title and comes from generations of Champion bloodlines. He has passed all of his health clearances, including Optigen with his DNA for both PRA and Ichthyosis. He is described by his owner, C. Evens as having "a beautiful wavy coat, that looks almost white. He enjoys being brushed, massaged and getting his ears rubbed, his favorite things are riding in the car and trips down to the lake. He is happy as long as he has a toy to call his own. He is calm, very well behaved, and learns quickly".(View Pedigree) "
We sometimes call her "Airy" because of her wonderful disposition
Milly comes from a long line of International & National Champion, Milly's father (Mackenzie Of The Morning Valley) is a nephew of Sheamus of The MorningValley, (3rd World Open Class 2010). Milly's Great Grandmother, (Royal Salute DuPays de Boheme) was the World Veteran Winner, 2010. She has passed all her health clearances and is now proven to be a terrific Mother. (View Pedigree)
The Golden Retriever breed was originally developed in Scotland at the estate of Sir Dudley Marjoribanks, later Baron Tweedmouth. The original cross was of a yellow male Retriever, Nous, with a Tweed Water Spaniel(now extinct) female dog, Belle. In 1868, this cross produced a litter that included four pups; these four became the basis of a breeding program which included the Irish Setter, the sandy-colored Bloodhound, the St. John's Water Dog of Newfoundland, and two more wavy-coated black Retrievers. The bloodline was also inbred and selected for trueness to Majoribanks' idea of the ultimate hunting dog. His vision included a more vigorous and powerful dog than previous retrievers, one that would still be gentle and trainable. The ancestry of the Golden Retriever is all sporting dogs, in line with Majoribanks' goals.
*Were you aware that English Creme Golden Retrievers are also called White Golden Retrievers, Platinum Blonde Golden Retrievers, English Cream Golden Retrievers, British Golden Retriever, European Golden Retriever? All the same breed with different names.