At the Club’s recent Annual General Meeting, the Executive Committee proposed the deletion of Rule 12.2 – this was agreed unanimously by all present (The rule said you needed to be a club member for minimum of 12 months before advertising a litter on our Puppy List). We are pleased to inform you that the Royal Kennel Club have now approved this proposal. This now means that current club members and any new members can advertise their litters on the Club’s puppy list – subject to fulfilling the Club’s health testing criteria – without having to be a member for a minimum of 12 months.  The list is not only held by our list co-ordinator but is also advertised on our website, which is seen by everyone.

So, if any of our existing members would like to place their litters on our Puppy List, please contact our list co-ordinator Viv Jones by email: or on: 01636 821416 for help and further information.

Or, If anybody would like to join The Golden Retriever Club, please contact our Membership Secretary Teresa Foreman by email: or on: 07889 279668 for help and further information.

Please find below a current list of members puppies for sale. The Golden Retriever club takes no responsibility for any puppies listed, and strongly advise purchasers to read all the information and advice available on the puppies page. The Health tests listed for the parents have been verified, but the purchaser should understand that the mating of two health tested dogs is not a guarantee of heredity disease free puppies, health tests help breeders make informed decisions when planning litters. The Kennel Club web site is also a good place to get information on buying a puppy.or both parents. The purchaser’s own vet should also be consulted about hereditary problems found in the breed.

The Golden Retriever Club can give no guarantee as to the quality or soundness of puppies whose details are shown in this list. Buyers note: The puppies should always be seen interacting with their mother and should be kept in clean pleasant surroundings. The breeder should give information on the temperament of the parents and supply all relevant documentation / details of the puppies rearing, diet sheet & worming programme. Do not buy unregistered puppies, even if a pedigree is supplied – this is no guarantee of its parentage, only a Kennel club registration document will confirm that. Do not buy from a dealer.


Litters are removed from this list at 2 months of age unless the breeder asks for them to remain on the list for a longer period.