Welcome to the Millstones Golden Website

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RIP

Millstones B4MEUHM "Joe Junior"


I would like to take a moment to express the importance of following our visitation guidelines. Unfortunately someone tracked Parvo into our house and it spread into our kennel. Five puppies were infected; four of those puppies made a full recovery. However Joe Junior died at just four months old. He was given the best vetrinary care, and we did everything we could for him but he lost his battle. This has hurt us deeply and we wish that it will never happen again, by following our visitation guidelines... You, the public, can greatly reduce the risk for us. Parvo is a deadly disease for puppies, and is called "the puppy killer" so please take a moment to review the visitation guidelines. No picture, or visitation is worth us loosing an entire litter or even just one of our beloved furry children.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.


As you have all have noticed our website got a facelift and now we are in the process of adding all the TLC back into it.

I want to start out by saying thank you for taking the time to read this, we are small hobby breeder located in Northern Oakland County, Michigan. We live on 3.5 acres and are surrounded by 66 acres of vacant land.

We have been breeding Golden Retrievers since 2005 and just love what we do and what we have produced over the years. All of our goldens are well socialized and part of our family and household.

Our breeding program did not come to be what is today without the support of many people along the way and we would like to thank them for that: Glaciers Goldens and many others unmentioned. With out their support and allowing us to breed to their stud dogs or allowing us to have a puppy from their breeding kennel we would not have the dogs we have today.

A little about us now, my name is Dawn and I am main care giver for our kennel, I worked as a Veterinary Technician for 18 years and seen the good, the bad and the ugly from breeders. I wanted to produce a superior quality golden retriever that could multi-task in a pet home, a Conformation Ring, Hunting or anything else we could come up with do with our dogs. (Dock jumping did not go over well.)

Along the way our look has changed and we think for the better, we produce a very nice heavy boned, large head, beautiful movement and superior structure in our dogs. We also have some of our breeding dogs that produce a smaller dog for people who just dont want or can't handle the bigger goldens.

Over the years we have produced over 100 working service dogs and are very proud that our dogs are out there daily helping people with there daily lives.

Our dogs are shown every month somewhere, we usually have several dogs out a time showing, we show in AKC (American Kennel Club), UKC (United Kennel Club), CKC (Canadian Kennel Club), and IABCA (International All Breed Canine Association) currently our dogs are just competing in Conformation but we have hopes for the future we can expand upon that.

I have to take a minute and Thank everyone that is a huge part of our operation here at Millstones. Bill he is a our maintenance man, transport person, sanitation person, he makes sure our kennel is always clean and our dogs always make it to their destinations. Pooh Happens, they are in charge of all the pooh that happens around our house which is a lot, they also make sure all the dogs get hugs and kisses many times a week and that we are always pooh free. To my family who puts up with my dogs and to Hailey Griffith who handles our dogs in Canada and my daughter Krysta who handles our dogs (and also made this website, does the training, paperwork, paperwork filing, photography, and anythign else that is thrown at her) in the US.

I would like to end this with saying Thank You for taking the time to read this and I hope I have the opportunity to meet you one day.