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 After many years of breeding my lovely goldens, I am going to be retiring.  I have some lovely, well-trained dogs that are up for adoption.  They range from 5 years on down and are available now.  I will charge a fee according to their age to ensure they get a good home.

 The Kennel and property in Farmington Hills are now for sale. If interested, please contact me at gabrielsark@aol.com or call me at 248 626 2243.

 I have enjoyed the many people I have met and have become good friends with many of you.  After over twenty years, I look forward to less "work" but it was such fun work!!  I hope to keep in touch with many of you!  

 With much affection to all of you, Micki

 

UNTIL ONE HAS LOVED AN ANIMAL.........PART OF THE SOLE REMAINS UNAWAKENED.....

Tucker

Discussion started by Webmaster , on 04 January 08:06 AM

Tucker was our previous golden that passed away about three years ago. He was only 7 years old when he died unexpectedly while we were on vacation.

He was what my wife would later say, "the perfect dog". I believe his main goal in life was to make his family happy. Years ago I used to bring him to my office which is basically a large warehouse. We would leave the overhead door open and he would sit just inside the door. I never told him to not wander outside, he just knew better. Every time a delivery or truck came by he would stand up and wag his tail as if this was his new best friend coming to visit.

To this day I still get people asking us "Where is Tucker"?

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strumr606
What a great story! These guys really do change your life. I've put two down and it's always the hardest thing to do. Our last golden lived to be 10 and passed away in August of 2010. It sounds like your Tucker had a great life surrounded by a very loving family. Wishing you all the best!
Friday, 21 January 2011 22:04
 

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