We’re thrilled that you’re interested in purchasing one of our exquisite European-type light golden retriever puppies. First, you’ll need to make a deposit if you’ve determined that you’re ready to reserve a puppy from one of our litters. We’ll then contact you with more information about full pricing, picking out your special puppy, and scheduling a time to come visit with us.
Why do we require a deposit?
At Syrah Goldens, you’re not just buying a pet from us, but most importantly your next canine family member. Because we focus on such high customer satisfaction and care into the health of our dogs, our puppies are always in high demand.
Placing a deposit reserves your spot in an upcoming litter so that we can plan accordingly. Please remember that deposits are non-refundable; however, they may be transferred between litters for your convenience.
What about the full price of our puppies?
Once again, we make it our mission to breed for health first, temperament second and third, exceptional looks. There is no such thing as a quality, cheap golden retriever puppy. With the amount of care we put into our dogs, many factors go into our pricing and we feel it’s best explained personally. If you’re interested in learning more about the factors that affect pricing, please visit our pricing page. Here you’ll find information to help guide you during your puppy purchase.
Once you’re ready to welcome your next furry family member, then please feel free to contact us for information regarding the pricing of your desired puppy.
Joining our family helps us give back to the community!
Thank you so much for choosing Syrah Goldens! We are grateful for you and welcome you to our golden family! Because of your patronage we have the opportunity to bless several children with autism each year by reducing our fees. These puppies are then trained to be service dogs. We also donate puppies to Will’s Wag Wishes for children who have won their battle against childhood cancer or siblings who have lost their brother/sister to cancer and could use a constant companion.