Raising AKC Quality Bred Golden Retrievers in Northern New England

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Introducing our 6 New UKC CHAMPIONS FOR 2016

  • UKC Champion Colonial's The Gift Forever "Ever"
  • UKC Champion Colonial's Jazzy March "Jazz"
  • UKC Champion Colonial's Are You Ready for This "Ready"
  • UKC Champion Colonial's Flying On a Ray "Sundra"
  • UKC Champion Colonial's Marching Parade "Macy"
  • UKC Champion GoldenBear's Home Town Girl at Colonial "Ashland"

UKC Champion Colonial's Marching Finale finished his championship in 2015 and is on his way to his Grand championship with multiple sporting group wins. 

We have also pointed Finale, Sundra, Ready, Jazz towards their AKC championships this year. 

To see and read more about our new champions, click here.

  • Click here for our holistic requirements.
  • Our puppies are nurtured by loving family and staff.
  • Our breeding stock goldens are American Champions themselves or bred to American Champions in conformation and have passed the following clearances:
    • eyes and heart
    • hips and elbows

    The clearances are registered with OFA Orthopedic Foundation for Animals.

  • We are members in good standing of the following organizations:
    • Yankee Golden Retriever Club
    • Maine Golden Retriever Club
    • Golden Retriever Club of America
    • Yankee Golden Retriever Rescue

Colonial Goldens promotes the Holistic rearing of all our dogs.  We require our future puppy owners to follow our vaccination schedule and to use holistic alternatives to pesticides for flea and tick prevention.  All future puppy buyers are to work with a Holistic vet who is a member of the AHVMA (American Holistic Veterinary Medical Association).  The link to the Holistic Veterinarians' Association members in the United States is www.AHVMA.org.  To find a veterinarian in your area, go to their web site and click on "Find a Vet".