Puppy application form


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How to get your own Goldenridge pup

Do you want a Goldenridge puppy?

First is to talk with us.  Please call us.

(207) 862-5078 or (207) 951-0969

If you wish to proceed, you will then need to fill out our

puppy application form.

We will need to know more about you, your requirements, and your puppy’s new home

Terms and Conditions:

The all puppies are sold with AKC limited registration papers and with a spay and or neuter contract. Once we receive the spay and neuter Certificate from you or your veterinary, we will then mail you your AKC paperwork.

Each pup will have their first set of vaccines, wormed before they leave our home  and a physical by the veterinarian.

Everyone whom purchasing a pup from Goldenridge Kennels will receive a copy of Chapter  745 ‘’Sale of Dogs and Cats’’, which is from the State of Maine / Department of Agriculture. Our puppies are guaranteed in accordance to the above mentioned Chapter 745. Sub-section 4155 of the Maine State Law of the Sale of Cats and Dogs.

To hold a puppy for purchase a $500.00 deposit is required for the American Reds and blend puppies.  A $500.00 dollar deposit for the Full Euro Crème Puppies. All deposits for puppies and retired dogs are non-refundable – No Exceptions to include health issues or change of employment.  The deposit can be paid in the form of visa, master card or check payable to Roxanne Ellsworth.

The balance is due when you pick out your puppy. There is also a 5.5% state of Maine sales tax due on your puppy when you pick out your puppy.


Please note:

If a situation comes up for you (for example-health issues or job loss)  or us or our female dog (for example a false pregnancy or dog does not cover – split heat or silent heat.   Some dogs which get bred don‘t always cover) then your deposit will not be refunded but will be applied to the next upcoming litter or another litter of your liking within the next 2 years.  You d o not loss your deposit. Deposits are non-refundable.  There are no exceptions.   Estimated heat cycles of a female (meaning if the female comes into heat 6 months from her last cycle) can come into heat anywhere between 4-9 months after their last cycle and this is considered a “normal heat cycle” – a cover doesn’t always guarantee a breeding/pregnancy.  Meaning if a d og gets bred they may not get pregnant.  Also, a dog can get bred and have a split heat and therefore produce no pups.  The female usually comes back into heat a few months later.  While the pups are in our care for 8 weeks we will make all medical decisions for the pups in conjunction with our veterinary regardless if the pups have a deposit on them only or are paid in full.  Veterinary treatment if needed with be provided for the best interest of all pups..