Copperfield Golden Retrievers is the proud recipient of the USCA Award for breeding excellence.
------BIS Highlight's Ringleader of Fawnridge ------ December 8, 2018: Group 2 --------- December 9, 2018: BEST IN SHOW --- Pedigree: k9data.com
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Our first Meadowpond Golden Retriever, and our first Obedience Trial Champion. He also had multiple Championship points.
Copperfield Double Diamond - "Rolex" His first show at 4 months of age. He went Best In Show beating the adults in a competition of 200 entries.
Copperfield Goldens started back in 1982 with our first dog from Meadowpond, located in Romeo, Michigan. He was an OFA Excellent. He had Championship points and was phenomenal in Obedience competition.
Our goal is to produce the highest quality Goldens possible. We generally breed just before our older dogs are retired. That way we'll have up and comers ready to fill some pretty big shoes. We raise our puppies until they are 6 months to a year old so we can assess the traits we are looking for. During this time period all of the dogs are trained. We then place the young adults that we haven't selected into suitable homes. Because of their mild, easy going temperament, and health, our dogs are highly sought after. We are often approached by people wanting us to let them adopt, or even give our dogs away.
Our dogs are not rescues or from shelters. Our truly awesome dogs are part of the Copperfield line. All have Champion pedigrees, and many are Champion sired. These dogs have done everything from competing in Conformation Shows and Obedience Trials, to Feature Films, and serving the handicapped. Their price is determined by their value based on pedigree and level of training. Our contract includes a right of first refusal and a buy back clause. Potential homes are thoroughly screened.
Montana on the cover of Legacy Magazine, 1998
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JCM's Obedience Training Program adheres to the regulations and standards set forth by the AKC (American Kennel Club).