Located in Southern California

In Loving Memory:

Summation of Health Results on Star Crowned Goldens:

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For information on Star Crowned Goldens, contact
Karen at (760) 384-2347 or StarCrowned@mchsi.com

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Member of:

Golden Retriever Club of America

Golden Retriever Club of San Diego County

Nova Scotia Duck Tolling Retriever Club (USA)

Inland Valley Retriever Club

Prado Basin Hunting Retriever Club

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Have you considered a Rescue Golden?

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(Penn & Teller)

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December 2: London has her first litter!

November 30: At her very first American Kennel Club (AKC) show, Faith won Best of Breed over Specials from the 6-9 month old Puppy Bitches class!! Her co-breeder, Meredith Noreen, handled her to her 3 point win!!

November 24 & 25: At the four UKC shows in Claremont, CA, Inara finished her UKC Champion (U-CH.) title by winning Best of Breed & Group 3 twice! ! Firefly also twice won Best of Breed & a Group 3! Faith was the only Toller entered but completed her UKC Champion (U-CH.) title by taking two Group I wins and two Group 2 wins!!

July 29: Tia Dalma joined us!

May 12: Faith joined us!

April 28 & 29: At the four Tri City American Pit Bull Club's United Kennel Club (UKC) shows in Bakersfield, CA, Covey finished his UKC Grand Champion (U-GRCH.) by winning the Champion class twice, once with a Best of Breed; London was first in the Champion class once and Reserve Champion once;  Kiss was first in the Champion class once and Reserve Champion twice; Athos was Reserve Champion once; Inara was Best Female and Best of Winners at one show & Reserve Winners Bitch at the remaining three shows; Kaywin was second to Inara at all four shows in the Junior Bitches class. It was terribly hot both days!

February 23: At the Golden Retriever Club of San Diego County's Specialty, Truly, Cartman, Strummer, London, and Kiss earned their Certificate of Conformation Assessment (CCA) title. In order to earn a CCA, three passing scores must be obtained from three different judges. Dijon earned two passes towards her CCA, missing the 3rd qualifying pass by 1 point!

The CCA is a non-competitive conformation title awarded by the Golden Retriever Club of America (GRCA). According to the GRCA website: "The purposes of the CCA program are to (a) provide a non-competitive means of evaluating and scoring the conformation qualities of individual Golden Retrievers against the Breed Standard (as opposed to a competitive "dog-to-dog" comparison as in dog show competition); (b) provide a useful and informative assessment by knowledgeable evaluators of the conformation qualities of individual Golden Retrievers, with written records of reports on Golden Retrievers which have been assessed as reaching a certain level of quality according to the AKC Breed Standard."


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Updated: 27 Nov 2009