Bred by and co-owned with Beth Johnson
Molly was a very pretty girl with many great attributes. She had a rock-solid temperament and was sweet as can be. She had correct structure with a beautiful front assembly and topline as well as a gorgeous headpiece and adorable expression. She was a moderate bitch.
Molly was owner-handled to all of her single CH points & picked up a Best in Sweeps along the way. She took time off to have a litter in Feb 2012 and came back to win two 4point majors to finish her championship in Jan 2013 with handler Beth Johnson.
Molly loved life and had a good time whatever she was doing!! She loved to do her tricks and entertain. Molly was very easy to train and eager to please. She exceled as a working therapy dog with regular visits to nursing homes, hospital, mental health facilities and schools where she always brightened the day! She was also one of the prestigious Disaster Stress Relief dogs for TDI.
Molly was OFA Good Hips, Normal elbows. Heart clear and current on CERF.
Porter came to me from the late Barbara Dismukes of the iconic Hunts Goldens. Porter was a great boy who was about the most laid-back dog in the world! He was just like having a live stuffed animal!! Porter a therapy dog and enjoyed lying on the couch.
He had a job here at Infinite Goldens as chief puppy trainer. He loved the puppies and had a magical way of getting them to be just as calm and well behaved as himself. They would mimic what they saw him doing.
Porter was shown briefly by Sheri, at the time, very inexperienced new handler. He won 6 points towards his Am Championship, including a specialty 4 point major at the Cuyahoga GRC show Aug, 2006. Porter was retired from showing as Sheri had to take time away for family responsibilities. Also he didn’t enjoy showing and we didn’t want to make him do it.
Sadly, we lost Porter on April 7, 2014