Available at Stud Fall 2018 Performance Bred, Champion Blood Lines, Excellent Usage and Versatility, Optimal Working Class Golden
Stud Fee: $1400
Health and Registry AKC Registered Name: Decatur Island Gold's Last Grizzly Call Name: Griz DOB: August 8, 2016 COI: 10-generation COI 7.36% (less than breed average of 8.76%) 12-generation COI 8.22% Coat: Flat, Low Feathering, Med/Dark Golden, No White - Solid Colored Dentition: Normal/Correct bite - Has All Teeth Pedigree: View Pedigree Weight: 61 lbs Health Clearances: See results below - CLEAR for every genetic test available for Golden Retrievers
Titles: JH 2018 4 for 4 SH - One Senior Pass 2018
prcd-PRA status: Paw Print 36902 Clear PRA1 status: Paw Print 36902 Clear PRA2 status: Paw Print 36902 Clear Ichthyosis status: Paw Print 33748 Clear DM status: Paw Print 36902 Clear CAER/CERF: OFA #1928267 OFA Normal/CLEAR Nov. 2017 Vet Ophthalmologist - Eye Care for Animals, Dr. Amy Knollinger, DVM, DACVO OFA Prelims: EXCELLENT Hip Prelim Nov. 2017 - 14 Months Normal or Negative for elbow displaysia Nov. 2017 - 14 Months
Griz's Specialties Running AKC Senior & Junior Hunt Tests 2018 Hunt Test, Upland Game Hunting, Frisbee, Family Dog
Description Medium sized, Medium dark color, Dark eyes, Flat coat, Typy box head, Excellent muscle tone, Athletic, Nimble, Accepts and performs well under training pressure, Excellent water attitude and very birdy.
Additional Comments A tribute to his breed, Griz embodies the optimal working golden. He is in an elite class of Goldens that are completely clear of all genetic disease markers available for his breed, coupled with EXCELLENT hips and NORMAL elbows. An optimally sized & structured field golden providing an excellent choice for health, drive, birdiness, desire, biddable, athleticism, water attitude, handling, hunting and versatility.
Foundation Training: Completed with ease 2017 • Bird Introduction (build prey drive) • Proper Gun Introduction • Kenneling • sit (sit means sit, no stay needed) • Here • Front to Side Heel - Walking Heel • Place • Whistle commands (Here) • E collar Conditioning • Forced Retrieve/Force Fetch Training • Hunt Command & Nose Work • Swim Work - Steady to Shot • Decoy Introduction • Marking drills on land and water • Single Marks/Retrieves • Upland Training also available • Lots of dead bird work primarily with ducks/pheasants • Lots of practice hunting situations
Hunt Test Training: Senior and Master level obedience and handling. Pattern blinds, upland game hunted. Professionally & amateur trained
History: Griz was born on Decatur Island, WA. He's the son of Semper Cooper's Mulligan CCA***. A very successful Field Trial competitor. I had the opportunity to met and watch Mulligan run. A very impressive dog. I determined that if the right situation came along, we'd pick one out. The right opportunity presented itself. Griz comes from a history of hunters and titled field performers.
Griz has been amateur and professionally trained in upland hunting and Hunt Test's copetition. He is lovable, strong and a treat to have around.
Griz enjoy's an incredible genetic health screen record. He is CLEAR for every genetic test available for his breed.
Female Breeding Requirements
Required Female Documentation:
Link to k9Data.com pedigree. Submit a test breeding for COI and health history review.
Copy of OFA certifications on elbows and hips (Only bitches with a rating of Fair, Good or Excellent will be bred) Prelim OFA results may be accepted at the stud dog owner’s discretion. Copy of PennHip will also be accepted with a qualifying rate of 60% or above.
Copy of Negative Brucellosis test within 2 weeks of breeding.
Copy of current Rabies, DA2PP, Bordetella vaccinations.
CERF Exam or eye exam performed by a Board Certified Veterinary Ophthalmologist
No poodle calls please. We are dedicated to producing the optimal field golden retriever. We have no interest in destroying 150 years of selected breeding.
Progressive Retinal Atrophy Golden Retriever1, GR-PRA1, GR1-PRA Progressive Retinal Atrophy Golden Retriever 2 GR-PRA2, GR2-PRA
Progressive Retinal Atrophy Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration PRA-PRCD, PRCD For more information: https://www.pawprintgenetics.com/
Meet Griz's Parents
Semper Cooper's Mulligan CCA***
Field Trial Record 3/18/16 NorCal. R.T. C. Qual 2/19/16 Sagehens R.C. Qual JAM 2/14/16 Lassen Retriever C. Qual 2nd 8/22/15 Shasta Cascade R.C. Qual. JAM 8/22/15 Shasta Cascade R.C. Amat. JAM 4/10/15 Northwest R.T.C. Qual 4th 3/22/15 American Chesapeake Qual JAM 2/08/15 Lassen Retriever C. Qual 4th 8/24/14 Shasta Cascade R.C. Qual JAM 8/10/14 Ranier Hunting R.C. Master Qual 8/09/14 Tacoma R.C. Qual JAM 5/23/14 Western MT. R. C. Qual JAM 5/10/14 Mission Valley R.C. Qual JAM 4/11/14 Northwest R.T.C. Qual. JAM 4/04/14 Samish R.C. Qual. JAM 2/15/13 Sagehens R.C. Derby
Amber SHR Windy Ridge Ambrosia
Sea Duck Hunter - Northern Washington State SHR = Started Hunting Retriever
Amber weighs about 50 lbs. She is both driven in the field and a sweetheart in the house. She is smart, has a great nose, alert, persistent and focused. She loves the water, both for work and play. She has a beautiful dark golden coat that is true to her name.
I breed & buy pups based on pedigrees and usage. I'm a big proponent of proven hunting lines mixed with Field Trial or Hunt Test lines. Targeted COI < 10% for genetic diversity. In general, this cross produces a very athletic, harder driving retriever I.E. Griz. I have found that these litter types are interested, on/off switch, strong retrieving drive, multi dimensional usages, training backbone, biddable and make terrific companions.
Griz's Health Certificates and Xrays
OFA Radiograph Preliminary Hip & Elbows - November 2017
Evaluation: These radiographs are within normal grades of EXCELLENT. Final xrays will be taken August 2018.
Screenings for Hip Dysplasia are performed by a veterinarian with x-rays sent to OFA for grading and certification.
Excellent: Superior conformation; there is a deep-seated ball (femoral head) which fits tightly into a well-formed socket (acetabulum) with minimal joint space.
For elbow evaluations, there are no grades for a radiographically normal elbow. The only grades involved are for abnormal elbows with radiographic changes associated with secondary degenerative joint disease. Like the hip certification, the OFA will not certify a normal elbow until the dog is 2 years of age. The OFA also accepts preliminary elbow radiographs. To date, there are no long-term studies for preliminary elbow examinations like there are for hips; however, preliminary screening for elbows along with hips can also provide valuable information to the breeder.