The Morningsage Goldens kennel name originated in Southwestern
Minnesota, where we became interested in showing our dogs in the late 1960's
and eventually becoming Breeder/Ownder handlers 1970 through the 1990's.
My last "Morningsage" litter in 1999 gave me "Win" and "Glitz", who remained
with me as loving pets. I continued showing my Welsh Springer and "Advent"
Golden boy on a limited basis into 2006, when a life change brought me to Iowa.
My website is now about sharing my dogs who are my family, but you can still peruse
my photo history of Morningsage dogs via the drop down menu below if you are interested.
You will also find navigation to my Grooming Tutorials there.
If you've owned a Morningsage dog previously you are welcome to email me from this site!
I may not be speedy to reply, but I will do so eventually!
"Jamie", the BIG girl on the left came into my life in Feb. 2011, when Iowa Golden
Retriever Rescue found it necessary to find another hospice Foster home for her. She
came pretty close to "perfect", and is a joy and is still doing very well and much loved!
The photo of "Win" below is a composite of a pencil drawing of him at 1 year of age, done
by my friend & artist Janie Wormsbecker, and a small inset photo taken just before
he went to Rainbow Bridge in July 2011 at 12+ years of age.
Boozer & Talon "Snow Run" 2010
just before their 7th Birthdays!
Glitz Lookin' for More!
My sweet girl went to the Bridge
Jan. 2011 and I miss her so!
And here is Talon at 5 yrs of age:
Boozer at 6 years of age:
"Talon" at 11 wks.(2003) a.k.a a "Fish Guppy"
is "Advent Morningsage Talon" He is a
"Striper x Scurry" kid, bred by
Jane Fish & Sue Nation.
"Boozer", a.k.a. Brylin Morningsage H'eyeball, at 13 weeks in 2003. My first deviation
from Goldens in many decades.
"Michael" is pictured below on his birthday in
Nov. 2003; he went to the Bridge Dec. 2003,
and remains on my home page because
he was one of several "Heartdogs", my last Golden
CH, and I'll forever miss his daily WooWoo's!
He was: Am/Can Ch. Morningsage Thriller, CD
Click on the Animated Puppy to Visit The
"Pet Store Puppy
" a eye opening story.
Purchase pets from a reputable Breeder only.
Ethical, reputable Breeders do NOT sell pups
to Pet Stores or Brokers
How do I find a Breeder, Learn about
the Breed, Health Issues, Learn about Rescue Organizations?
Visit my favorite Area Rescue organizations with the links shown here
or visit the American Kennel Club site or the Goldstock Fund site for
Golden Rescue listings in your area. CLICK on my favorite Links below:
The Goldstock Fund is a 501c3 organization to assist rescue
organizations and individuals involved in Golden & golden-hearted
rescue on a National level. Much information can be found there,
please click on the logo/link below to vist the site!