Frazier is a male golden retriever born December 13th. He is one of Nala's
puppies, pictured here at six days old.
Nala gave birth to three puppies. Those that wish to adopt Frazier need to have time in their life for a puppy. This means you should work from home or have plenty of time at home to raise a puppy. Please don't apply if you plan on crating Frazier 9 hours a day while you are working. You'll also need lots (lots) of energy and time for training. Golden Retriever puppies are young for a long time. Bringing Frazier home will be just like having a new baby in the home (loss of sleep, constant attention). Having another younger, but well trained dog in your home to show him the ropes is ideal.
Frazier will be able to go to his forever home after he is weaned, around Valentine's Day. Understand, taking Frazier into your family could be a 15 year commitment if you are lucky. Puppies are great, but if you have young children they will not like their sharp puppy teeth. Frazier will also not know what toys are his or theirs, therefore it is best to have older children if you have kids in your home who don't leave toys around.
If you are interested in adopting, please read "How to Adopt"
and follow the directions if you qualify. Please click the "next golden" button below to see the next golden retriever for adoption.