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Pairing Master slides Chloe Sutter

Chloe's Baby Book

Chloe & Sutter Litter,  Born 1/31/24, 2024

This is Chloe's baby album featuring new pictures of her puppies as they grow. We'll include snapshots on this page of important milestones such as birth, opening their eyes, trying their first food, and other significant moments. Additionally, we have a few important dates listed below as reminders. Below the pictures, you'll find a description of their development and what we're doing during this period of their lives. Be sure to check back on this page for "pup-dates" and new pictures.

Chloe did well having 10 puppies with 5 boys and 5 girls.

First Visit & Payment Due*
March 9th: Reserve your visit time here (click)
(This first visit time is to view and hold the puppies.  It is not a pick day)
Pick and Go-Home
April 12-13th: Go-Home for 10-week Pups (based on waitlist position)
(We will contact you with your pick-up day and times. Please leave these days open).
April 12-13: Training Payments Due**
Other Dates:  Crown Reserve puppy Go-Home dates will be scheduled individually based on the amount of training.

  *Full balance due for your puppy amount.
**Full balance due for Crown Reserve training portion
(second payment applies to those with 12-16 week puppy training) 

Resources for You:

*Click on the below resources for more information! 

  1. First-day with puppy home (Click Here)

  2. Items we recommend - (Click Here)

  3. Feeding/Food Information- (Click Here)

  4. Training Information -  (Click Here)

  5. FAQ's - (Click Here)

Pup-Pics  Updated as of March 23rd:

 6-7 Weeks

As the sun rises on a warm spring morning, a litter of Golden Retriever puppies begins another day of discovery and growth. At 6-7 weeks of age, these adorable bundles of fur are entering a pivotal stage in their development, where each day brings new adventures and milestones. Join us on this journey as we explore the fascinating world of Golden Retriever puppyhood during this enchanting stage.


**Physical Growth:**

Like tiny explorers on a grand adventure, Golden Retriever puppies are in constant motion, their boundless energy driving them to discover every nook and cranny of their surroundings. At 6-7 weeks, these puppies are experiencing a remarkable growth spurt, their bodies expanding and limbs growing stronger with each passing day. From clumsy wobbles to confident strides, they are mastering the art of movement, eagerly chasing after toys and each other with infectious enthusiasm.


**Exploration and Socialization:**

Every corner of their world is a treasure waiting to be unearthed, and Golden Retriever puppies at this age are determined to leave no stone unturned. Their curious noses lead them on adventures through grassy meadows and leaf-strewn paths, while their ears perk up at the slightest rustle of leaves or chirp of birdsong. Yet, amidst their exploration, these puppies understand the importance of companionship. They revel in the company of their littermates, engaging in playful romps and gentle nuzzles that strengthen the bonds of friendship and camaraderie.


**Development of Motor Skills:**

With each tentative step and playful leap, Golden Retriever puppies are honing their motor skills, transforming from clumsy pups into agile athletes. Their once-unsteady gait evolves into confident strides, as they navigate obstacles with the precision of seasoned explorers. Whether chasing a ball or pouncing on a fallen leaf, these puppies exude a sense of joy and vitality that is truly infectious.


**Sensory Development:**

In a world filled with sights, sounds, and scents, Golden Retriever puppies are eager to immerse themselves in every sensory experience. Their eyes, once clouded by newborn innocence, now sparkle with curiosity and wonder as they behold the wonders of their surroundings. Ears twitch at the melodious symphony of nature, while sensitive noses detect the tantalizing aroma of freshly-cut grass and blooming flowers. With each passing day, their senses sharpen, allowing them to perceive the world with newfound clarity and awareness.


**Continued Social Bonding:**

Despite their newfound independence, Golden Retriever puppies remain steadfast in their need for companionship and affection. Whether nestled in the arms of a loving caregiver or nestled snugly beside their littermates, these puppies thrive on the warmth of human touch and the comfort of familiar faces. With each gentle caress and reassuring word, they forge deeper bonds of trust and love that will endure long after puppyhood has passed.


In conclusion, the stage of development between 6 and 7 weeks of age is a magical time in the lives of Golden Retriever puppies. It is a time of growth, exploration, and discovery, where every moment is filled with wonder and possibility. As they embark on this journey of puppyhood, let us cherish each precious moment and celebrate the joy of witnessing these remarkable creatures as they blossom into the beloved companions we know and love.

5-6 Weeks Old

By the 6th week, golden retriever puppies are starting to show some significant changes. They are becoming more active, curious, and playful. Their little personalities are starting to shine through, and it's a joy to watch!

Physically, these adorable furballs are growing rapidly. At this stage, their eyes and ears are fully open, allowing them to experience the world around them in a whole new way. They are also starting to develop their coordination and balance, which means they'll be stumbling around less and exploring more confidently.

One of the most significant milestones during this period is the introduction of solid food. Up until 4 weeks, the puppies have been mostly dependent on their mother's milk. This involves gradually introducing them to puppy food, usually in the form of soft, moistened kibble. It's a messy affair, but oh-so-adorable to witness!

Socialization is also a crucial aspect of their development during these weeks. Our puppies are introduced to various sounds, sights, and experiences to help them become well-rounded and confident dogs. They may be taken on short trips outside of their immediate surroundings to expose them to new environments and people. Additionally, they may start interacting with other dogs and animals, helping them learn vital social skills.

During this time, it's important for us to provide plenty of love, attention, and positive reinforcement. Positive reinforcement training methods, such as reward-based training, can be introduced to start teaching basic commands and good behavior. Consistency and patience are key when it comes to training these intelligent and eager-to-please pups.

It's worth mentioning that every puppy develops at their own pace, so these milestones may vary slightly from one puppy to another. However, the 5-6th week is generally an exciting time full of growth and discovery for these adorable pups.

3-4 Weeks, First Food  

At 4 weeks of age, something truly magical happens in the world of Golden Retriever puppies. It's a time of incredible growth and discovery that fills our hearts with warmth and joy. During this stage, these adorable balls of fur embark on an exciting journey of development. They start to find their little paws and gain newfound confidence in their movements, as they explore their surroundings with wide, curious eyes. It's as if they're on a quest to uncover every little secret that the world holds for them.

Their senses blossom during this time, as their eyes and ears open up to the wonders around them. This allows them to see and hear with more clarity, immersing themselves fully in the sights and sounds of their environment. The world becomes a vibrant tapestry of colors and melodies for these growing pups.


Socialization takes center stage during this period. They engage in playful interactions with their fellow siblings, learning invaluable lessons in communication, cooperation, and even the art of gentle playfulness. These early interactions lay the foundation for their future relationships, shaping them into well-rounded and sociable companions.

As they continue to grow, their palates become more adventurous. The introduction of solid food introduces them to the delightful flavors and textures that will nourish them in their journey towards adulthood. It's a time for messy faces, wagging tails, and the excitement of discovering new tastes.

The coordinated movements of these little fluff balls become evident at this stage. They start discovering the joy of romping around, chasing their own tails, and playing their version of "catch me if you can." This bursts of energy and cheerful frolicking bring smiles and laughter to anyone lucky enough to witness their adorable antics.

Each Golden Retriever puppy is a unique little soul, and while they may share some common milestones during this time, their individual personalities shine through. These precious moments of their early development are the building blocks that shape their future personalities, preparing them to become the loyal and loving companions we all adore.

I hope this warm and friendly description of what happens at 3-4 weeks for a Golden Retriever puppy has brought a smile to your face. If you have any more questions or need further information, I'm here to assist you with a wagging virtual tail!


Second Week:

In the second week of a golden retriever's development, we start to see some exciting changes as the puppies continue to grow and develop. At this stage, the puppies are still very dependent on their mother, known as the bitch, for all of their needs. However, they are starting to become more active and curious about their surroundings.


One of the most noticeable changes during the second week is the puppies' ability to start using their senses. Their eyes are starting to open, although their vision is still quite blurry. They are also beginning to hear more clearly, which means they are becoming more aware of the world around them. This is an exciting time for both the puppies and their mother as they start to interact with each other more.


During the second week, the bitch continues to play a crucial role in caring for her puppies. She spends most of her time with them, providing warmth, comfort, and nourishment. She will also start to clean her puppies more regularly as they begin to eliminate waste on their own. This is an important part of her care as it helps to keep the puppies clean and healthy.


As the puppies grow and develop, the bitch also continues to provide them with milk, which is essential for their growth and development. She will start to spend more time away from her puppies as they become more independent, but she is always close by to keep an eye on them and provide comfort when needed.


Overall, the second week of a golden retriever's development is an exciting time as the puppies start to become more aware of their surroundings and their mother continues to care for them with love and dedication. It's a heartwarming sight to see the bond between the bitch and her puppies grow stronger with each passing day


First Week:

During the first week of a golden retriever puppy's life, significant development and growth occur. Here is a breakdown of the key milestones and changes that take place:


During the first week of a golden retriever puppy's life, there are several heartwarming developments to look forward to:


- Birth: The miracle of life begins as a litter of adorable golden retriever puppies enters the world, bringing joy and excitement to all who witness it.


- Growing senses: While the puppies are initially born blind and deaf, their senses gradually start to awaken. By the end of the first week, their tiny eyelids begin to open, revealing the first glimpses of their beautiful surroundings.


- Nurturing nourishment: These precious puppies rely solely on their devoted mother for nourishment, eagerly nursing to satisfy their growing appetites. Their weight increases steadily, ensuring they are healthy and thriving.


- Tender movements: Although their motor skills are still developing, the puppies wiggle and crawl around with adorable clumsiness. Every little movement is a testament to their determination and budding coordination.


- Family bonding: The first week is a time of profound bonding between the puppies, their caring mother, and their littermates. They snuggle together, creating a warm and loving environment that fosters their emotional well-being.


- Sweet slumber: Sleep is an essential part of their early development, and these tiny bundles of fluff spend a significant amount of time in peaceful slumber. Their dreams are filled with the promise of a bright future.


- Cozy comfort: As the puppies are still unable to regulate their body temperature effectively, they rely on the warmth of their mother and the cozy nest to keep them comfortable and content.


Each golden retriever puppy's journey is unique, but these heartwarming milestones typically occur during their first week. As time goes on, they will continue to grow, explore their senses, and fill your life with immeasurable love and joy.

Past Litter Pictures and Video

Below are some pictures and videos of Chloe's past litters

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