Saturday, 31 August 2019

Goldador puppy sold❤️

UPDATE puppy sold.


Ready to leave 7 th September 2019 ☺️ One girl out of litter of 9 available. We were going to keep her but as we are moving changed our mind.







Wednesday, 24 July 2019

Goldador puppies available for reservation - last 2 girls

2 girls green and orange collar available. Check our Facebook page for details. Ready to leave weekend of 7th-8th September at 8 weeks old.

Tuesday, 16 July 2019

GOOD MORNING EVERYONE, from Shirelands Goldadors.
Those of you who know us, will know that we give a name to all our litters. Our latest bunch of pups is no exception. We proudly announce that Lola and Enzo's litter of absolutely stunning pups is called  SHIRELANDS 'ROLLS ROYCE'

As already announced, Lola had 5 boys and four girls and our names for them are:

(the girls)
Seraph
Dawn
Shadow
Corniche

(the boys)
Phantom
Cloud
Spur
Ghost
Camargue

As always we will post lots of updates as we go along. Once we have put pup safety collars on them we will take photos of them and post them here too.
We look forward to contacting and meeting the families on our waiting list in order for them to choose and reserve their chosen pup.





Tuesday, 18 June 2019

Goldador puppies available soon..

Lola is expecting her puppies around 14th July. Please contact us to go on the waiting list.
Lola's latest results...all results CLEAR

Labrador Retriever specific test results

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DisorderMutationResult
Cystinuria Type I-A SLC3A1 delGCLEAR 
Degenerative myelopathy (DM) SOD1 G>ACLEAR 
Haemophilia B F9CLEAR 
Malignant hyperthermia (MH) RYR1 T>CCLEAR 
Menke's disease ATP7A C>TCLEAR 
Narcolepsy HCRTR2 G>ACLEAR 
Pyruvate kinase deficiency PKLR C>TCLEAR 
Hyperuricosuria (HUU) SLC2A9 G>TCLEAR 
Wilson's Disease ATP7B G>ACLEAR 
Muscular Dystrophy DMDCLEAR 
Alexander disease GFAP G>ACLEAR 
Labrador obesity susceptibility POMC delCAGGGCCCCGCCGCGCLEAR 
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA) progressive rod-cone degeneration (PRCD) PRCD G>ACLEAR 
Elliptocytosis SPTBCLEAR 
Nasal parakeratosis (HNPK) SUV39H2 T>GCLEAR 
Centronuclear Myopathy (CNM) HACD1 gross insertionCLEAR 
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (CORD1 / rcd4) RPGRIP1 gross insertionCLEAR 
Exercise-induced collapse (EIC) DNM1 G>TCLEAR 
Achromatopsia 2 CNGA3 delTGGCLEAR 
Myotubular myopathy 1 MTM1 C>ACLEAR 
Oculoskeletal dysplasia 1 COL9A3 insGCLEAR 
Skeletal dysplasia (SD2) COL11A2 G>CCLEAR 
Congenital myasthenic syndrome COLQ T>CCLEAR 
Progressive Retinal Atrophy (PRA-GR2) TTC8 delACLEAR 
Macular corneal dystrophy LOC489707 C>ACLEAR 
Congenital Myasthenic syndrome CHAT G>ACLEAR 

Saturday, 8 June 2019

Ellie Goldador


Darcy


Darcy is simply a beauty. Maturing with full labrador traits and personality. She even responds to my two year old grandson's commands. So happy with her.


Shirelands Goldadors



Having over 40 years experience in raising labradors - yellow,black and chocolate, quite by chance in Ireland we mated one of our girls Millie to Buster, a gorgeous golden retriever. This stunning litter was born in Manchester when we left the Cavan countryside and returned to the UK.

Apart from the magnificent looks, we found this cross calms the exuberance of the labrador whilst keeping the lovely friendly temperament common to both breeds. We found their coats to be double with more fur than the labrador, longer or shorter depending on who the puppy follows most.There is still likely to be a fair bit of shedding.

We also have found that hybrids have a reputation of fewer health issues, and we tend to cross field trial with show type which also widens the genetic co-efficiency, making for a healthier dog.

We breed from KC registered Dams and Sires, but as the goldador is classed as a hybrid breed, similar to goldendoodles etc, they cannot as yet be KC registered. They are still however health tested according to the breed specifics of both dogs.

Goldadors are large dogs requiring a lot of exercise.Goldadors usually adore water and swimming, long walks in the countryside, games such as retrieving and flyball.
 They thrive in company and like all dogs should not be left alone for long periods of time.We do not sell to households where there is not someone around for most of the day. When young, puppies can be destructive in terms of chewing for example.

Goldadors are particularly good with children and other pets. They are extremely intelligent and easy to train, which makes them excellent service, search and rescue, guide and therapy dogs.

The name Goldador is relatively new as this type of dog was typically called "golden labrador." Labradors that happen to be "golden" in colour are most accurately termed yellow labradors and this covers cream, gold and red. I have seen goldadors called "glabs!"

Jackie Parkes copyright @shirelandsgoldadors