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Floren'sBaby Book

Floren & Sutter Litter, Born August 3, 2023
This is Floren'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.

Floren did well having 5 puppies with 1 boy and 4 girls.

First Visit & Payment Due
September 1st & 2nd: Reserve a visit time (click)*
October 13-15: Go-Home for 10-week Pups (based on waitlist position)
(We will contact you with your pick-up day & time. Please leave these days open).
October 14-15: 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-days puppy at 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 September 14th

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 a 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.

Third Week: 

**Golden Retriever Puppies at Three Weeks Old: The Classic Heritage Symphony of Growth and Innocence**

 

In the world of canine growth, there's something undeniably magical about the third week in a Golden Retriever puppy's life. Those of us at Classic Heritage have been fortunate to witness this stage time and again, and each time, it never ceases to amaze us.

 

At three weeks old, a Golden Retriever puppy is not the tiny, almost fragilee being it was upon entering the world. No, this stage is the bridge between their vulnerable infancy and the boisterousness of their upcoming puppyhood. 

 

Their eyes, which opened around the 12-14-day mark, are now adjusting to the light and shapes of the world, offering a beautiful blend of curiosity and confusion. We fondly watch as these eyes begin to recognize the world around them, seeking the familiar shapes of their littermates, the comforting presence of their mother, and perhaps even the gentle touch of one of our team members.

 

With their ears beginning to open, they start to respond to the soft calls of their mother and the gentle hum of the environment at Classic Heritage. It's absolutely heartwarming to witness their head tilts when they hear a new sound, a subtle indication of their burgeoning curiosity.

 

Their tiny legs are now attempting to bear weight. While their movements may still be wobbly, every day brings evidence of newfound strength and stability. Playfulness starts to emerge, albeit in its most basic forms. There's the occasional pouncing on a sibling or the gentle gnawing at a brother's ear, all signaling the early stages of social interaction.

 

Perhaps the most endearing development is their first attempts at vocalization. They might not be the resonant barks we associate with adult dogs, but these soft whines, yips, and mewls are music to any dog lover's ears, and a delightful chorus that echoes throughout Classic Heritage.

 

But more than the physical changes, it's the emergence of their individual personalities that truly captivates. Even at this tender age, one can glimpse the hint of the dog they will become the playful one, the gentle soul, the rambunctious explorer. We continue in our dedication to raising unique and wonderful companions through socializing and stimulating the puppies through ENS (early neurological stimulation).

 

In essence, three weeks is a time of blooming for Golden Retriever puppies. It's a symphony of growth, exploration, and innocence. The world is vast, filled with wonder, and at Classic Heritage, we're privileged to witness and nurture these Golden Retrievers as they take their first baby steps into life.

 

 

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.

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