You should get one from a reputable breeder who breeds in the best interest of the breed. Look for breeders who health test and breed for good temperament, and that focus on these important aspects rather than color alone.
What should I think if the breeder doesn’t allow you to visit the kennel? Or see and interact with the puppy as well?
I have a white golden retriever, and she is absolutely registered with the AKC. Why would you state otherwise?
If you don't think that a European Descent Golden Retriever that is very light cream should be registered as light golden with AKC, how do you think it should be registered? AKC gives registration to Golden Retrievers that are light in color, so how should these be registered with the American Kennel Club? Does AKC agree that European Descent Goldens should not be registered as light golden?
Do Golden Retrievers die young or old?
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