Jayne family is striving to provide the highest quality AKC Golden
Retriever puppies, from our home to yours. Our goal is to produce
special “angel” babies in excellent health, raised with
love in our home. These are quality pups from champion bloodlines.
We feel that it is our responsibility to provide the best possible
start for your special new friend.
Because of our attention to diet and socialization, and our absolute
dedication to raising fit puppies, you can be assured of a healthy,
happy baby who will grow into a lovely example of the breed. As a
small kennel, we spend a great deal of time with our dogs. Our pups
are home raised and socialized with children and adults from birth
to help ensure that you get the most loving pet possible. Over the
years my wife and I have had other breed dogs. My wife once bred and
raised Bichon Frises. But none ever compared with our first Golden,
Abigail was a beautiful light blonde, born in nearby Green Brook.
Among other talents, Abby loved to swim and dive. She never needed
a leash, and a word or two for correction was always sufficient. Because
of Abby, who passed away of cancer at age 13, we fell in love with
Golden Retriever as a breed. We have children and have found that
their temperament is perfect around little ones. Originally bred as
bird dogs, Golden Retrievers have now made their greatest impact as
family dogs. Calm and intelligent, they have been used by authorities
in searching out explosives and narcotics and have proven to be reliable
Seeing-Eye dogs. Goldens are “people” dogs. They are a
friendly, gentle, and eager breed that truly needs human companionship.
If you take the time and effort to train a Golden Retriever well,
you will be rewarded with a loving and affectionate friend that will
do anything to please his or her master. For example, Abby loved to
go along to our son’s Pop Warner Football Games. Eager to greet
her friends, she would walk slightly ahead of us. If she got too far
in front, all I had to say was, “Abby, you are too far”.
She would immediately stop and wait for us to catch up. Her first
greeting was for the lines of cheerleaders practicing their moves.
Her tail fanned the air as the practice momentarily halted –
everyone had to pet Abby. We’d sit at the top of the bleachers,
and Abby sat by the fence at ground level, all the better to watch
the football players and earn a French fry or two. She wouldn’t
move from that place until told it was time to go. Children at the
game learned that Abby liked nothing better than a game of fetch.
Never without a tennis ball (or two), Abby would drop a ball in someone’s
lap and step back, waiting for the pitch. Sometimes a stranger would
stop to pet her, calling her by name. My wife and I soon realized
that Abby had friends we didn’t even know!
Of course, Abby couldn’t be replaced. She couldn’t be
bred because of a mild hip dysplasia. But her passing left a hole
in our hearts that only another Retriever could fill. Unable to choose
from available pups, we bought two from different breeders. Our latest
pair, Hunter and Hailey, is bringing joy into our lives again. Of
course, they love people, and are already favorites in the neighborhood.
When Hailey gave birth, nine friends witnessed the event. Hailey graciously
allowed everyone to hold her new pups. Neighbors come in daily to
hold and love Hailey and Hunter’s new little family. And now
we offer their first litter for placement in exceptional homes.