Loyalty is Golden
Nebraska based Field Golden Retrievers with a dynamic balance of field drive, birdiness, intelligence, and fierce loyalty.
Whether you are looking for trail dog with FC bloodlines, a family dog or a little of both, we have breedings that are perfect for you.
Hunting at Hunt Tests are a big part of PRR. Training is a 365 process for our dogs and when they are not training, they are chasing a variety of game from upland to waterfowl. From MH titles to outfitter proven veterans, we breed dogs with drive.
Everybody knows a golden’s smile and temperament. Our retrievers are no different, with passion and loyalty in spades, its obvious this breed was put on earth to make their owners happy.
Along with their size traits, field goldens retain the types of moisture repellent coats that their ancestors had. This means a little less shedding and a bit more shine and yet still soft to the touch.
A great feature of a field style golden retriever is their manageable size. Typically anywhere from 55-70lbs these goldens are not your typical behemoth golden you see in many homes.
Our field golden retrievers have a never ending drive to make their owners happy, but also seem to know when to wind down and relax when its appropriate.
Owner and handler Denise Whitfield and her highly accomplished PRR golden, OTCH-C PRR Fireside Line Drive UD, PUTD, OM1, GO, TKP, RN, BN, UDX-C, UD-CCH, OBHF, call name Driver earned the invitation to compete at the coveted Westminster Kennel Club this February. The first round of competition consists of AKC Open and Utility exercises including a signal exercise; drop on call, directed jumping, retrieve over high jump, scent discrimination and group sit/stay exercise. In the finals round of competition, all teams perform 6-minute routine (designed by the handler) to showcase the broad spectrum of obedience… Watch here
Congrats Denise and Driver, we’re so proud of your accomplishments!
Nick Bilava’s June (HR PRR’s Walk The Line
SH MH! WCX) earned her AKC Master Hunter title at a hunt test in Iowa September 18th. June is a daughter to PRR’s Ace (also a MH) and PRR’s Penny (retired).
In order to be recorded as a Master Hunter, a dog must be registered with the AKC, and must have a record of having acquired a Qualifying score in the Master Hunting Test at five (5) AKC-licensed or member club Hunting Tests.Upon completion of these requirements, an AKC Master Hunter (MH) certificate will be issued to the owner and the dog will be identified as a Master Hunter in all official AKC records by the suffix title MH. – The American Kennel Club
Congrats to Nick on guiding June to this great achievement. Now on to goose season!