Adirondac Hocus Pocus cops fourth place in the qualifying stake at the 2015 GRCA National Specialty, handled by Dawn Terrill.
- 1967 to be exact, a big, red 10 month old golden, Rusty Jason, was given to us. The only thing he knew was his name. We were new parents and all we knew was that we liked to hunt, and Rusty was a heckuva duck dog. Long story short, we purchased a mate for him from Torch Flinn in 1972, Tigathoes Morning Mist, as we couldn't bear the thought of life without a big red golden. "Misty" was the foundation behind all the Adirondac dogs produced. Over the years thoughtful outcrosses with exceptional Canadian field studs enabled genetically safe line breedings with emphasis on the strengths and talents of the dogs we knew intimately. Not just names on a pedigree, we know health and accomplishment statistics on siblings, offspring, and offspring of siblings.
Adirondac Goldens excel in so many venues because the traits a Master Hunter needs are the same that every competitor must have - - - work ethic, courage, perseverance, athleticism, and problem solving skills. We've proven that we can do it all, from therapy, gun dog, companion, hunt tests, SAR, explosive/drug detection, all the way to Canadian Field Champion. The puppies just need to go home with the right owner, and we like to think that "pick of the litter" goes home with every buyer.
A dog craves purpose. Dogs want to expend energy, solve problems, engage with others and embark on interesting adventures. Dogs are eager to comfort or protect; to herd or to hunt. A dog's purpose is it's passion. Preference is given to working homes.


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Located 1/2 hour north of the field trial grounds at 3 rivers Baldwinsville, New York. Custom tailored for the retriever breeds, our dog training area offers a unique opportunity to condition and train your dog.  With acres of rolling fields; 6 ponds with islands and channels, peninsulas, mowed strips; brush patches; hedge rows; etc, its an ideal training area.  Live birds, training equipment, and assistance is available

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239 Fravor Road
Mexico, NY  13114 - 315-963-8403  
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