Our number one priority is to ensure happy and healthy dogs and puppies! All of the puppies from Meads Retrievers go home with a full exam, UTD vaccinations and wormer given by our Licensed Veterinarian, as well as an 18 month genetic health guarantee. We have great references from our previous customers, and our families who have had their puppies trained by Owner Jim Mead. Feel free to ask us to provide those for you, or to contact our Vet for those references. In addition, all litters of puppies from MR’s have been properly socialized with children and big dogs (and sometimes other farm critters); they are given daily doses of love and affection to ensure an easy transition from our family to yours! Our furry family is ever growing and changing, so be sure to "follow" Meads Retrievers on Facebook for new updates all the time.
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If it weren't for Loretta, our dream and the wonderful adventures we have had so far would not be possible. It feels like we lost her WAY too soon - but she lived an amazing life. I'm sure it feels that way with all good dogs. The "Original" Meads Retriever, she was an anniversary present to me from my beautiful wife after a LONG season without a 4 legged hunting companion. She had graced more blinds and won more hearts, as well as retrieved more birds, than any other dog I had the privilege of being around. If you had hunted with myself or pro-staff very much, then you have probably hunted with Loretta. And by the end of the day she had won your heart. After thousands of birds retrieved she had become independent and hunt-wise, she took a back seat to no other retriever in the blind. She was bred after 3 years of age for the simple reason that two hunting buddies wanted her off-spring. Since then and as MR had grown, she produced litters that benefited family's in many ways. Therapy dogs, hunting retrievers, family companions, service dogs...she had the demeanor in her to do it all. That's just in the blind. At home, as you can see above, she was always at our side. When our daughter was born she rarely let her out of her sight. Even above you can see in the blurry picture, "tummy time" was Loretta's favorite. No one could touch Loretta's ears except her little girl (which she did often when she was learning to walk).
We miss you, girl. More than any human can possibly miss their furry friend. Thank you for always protecting us, for never losing a retrieve, and for loving us.