Riverdance Golden Retrievers - Co Kerry - Ireland
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We are fortunate
to have owned Golden Retrievers for over thirty years - we are proud to
have the 'Riverdance' affix in Ireland and in the United Kingdom.
Riverdance Golden Retrievers
live with us
in beautiful County Kerry, Ireland. Our Goldens, are all 'house dogs' and are bred for type and
temperament as pets and show dogs. All of our dogs are BVA hips and eye
tested and have better than the breed average hip scores.
We are delighted to welcome you to our site and hope you enjoy your
visit, please sign our Guest book.
See Max's Path
to Show Champion........click here
on the photo right to view Panoramic Ring of Kerry, Ireland Photographs:
Great Fun in the Rare Kerry Snow
Kirk and Max enjoying themselves in the first snow they
Since moving to Kerry nearly 20 years ago, we have
lost nine from our kennel, they will always be remembered, with love,
happiness and much hilarity where we still laugh at their respective
individual foibles and antics, thank you guys!
Riverdance Goldens in 2007
A nice shot
of two of Max's children with their mother Abbie
to Lulu and Sultan who have reached the good age of 14 years
Photo shows Sultan
(R. Sorcerers Apprentice) and Lulu (R. Sugared Almond) taken at their
birthday get together!
Lulu and Sultan
are the only two surviving from our Sofie and Sh Ch Amberland Ajax
litter of seven born on the 30th April 2002
Our thoughts are with the absent five, RIP Caoimhe, Ellie, Jim, Jack and
Millie. Sadly Lulu was given sleep one week after her birthday
RIP little girl!
A Family Group - Four
Generations of Ladies
(10yrs) (going clockwise)
Summerquest September Song
photo taken in March 2016
Move your cursor over each dog to find out his/her name
The Riverdance Six sadly Jim (2nd
left) left us in April 2015 and Jack (1st left) joined him in August
Riverdance Dot Matrix - Jun Ch 'Max'
||GB Sh Ch Shardanell All That Jazz
We learned recently that Max and Kirk's father died aged nearly 14
years old, Murphy was a wonderful dog and was loved by Margaret and
Stephen Joy. RIP Murphy
(photo above of Murphy and his son Max aged 18months just
prior to him gaining his Show Champion title)
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