Diaz Golden Farms.

Diaz Golden Farms. Family farm raised AKC Golden babies, microchips chips, vet check, first shots,wormer, Parents have

AKC 7 year old English cream golden w OFA HIP and elbow clearances. From Ukrainian champion show bloodlines. Used to liv...

AKC 7 year old English cream golden w OFA HIP and elbow clearances. From Ukrainian champion show bloodlines. Used to living on the farm. Loves hiking and walking along side the horses on the trails. Sweet loving demeanor. Great with kids and any animals. Loves attention and to snuggle. Moved into the city without any fenced yard or anything. He’s missing being able to have time to play outside and not getting the attention he deserves so looking for a new forever home as circumstances have changed. Rehoming fee pm for details or any other questions.


Ridgefield Veterinary Center

Yesterday we had two wonderful Golden Retrievers, ages 6 and 2, come in for elective surgical procedures. Both dogs had a history of eating a well-known and popular grain free diet for several years. In one dog, an arrhythmia (irregular heart beat) was detected so an x-ray of his chest was taken. His heart was enlarged, so an echocardiogram was scheduled for that afternoon. An x-ray was also taken of the other dog's chest as a precaution, and his heart was also enlarged. He was able to get an echocardiogram same day, as well.

The reports on both dogs just came back, and both of these gorgeous, otherwise perfectly healthy dogs have Dilated Cardiomyopathy. The cardiologist suspects that in both cases it is related to their diet. Thankfully, this condition was caught early, and when fed a traditional diet, their condition should hopefully reverse. Their cases are being reported to the FDA, along with the thousands of others from across the country.

There is no evidence to support feeding grain-free. Most pet allergies are related to environment (pollens, etc) or protein sources. Grain allergies account for a tiny fraction of all food allergies in dogs. Unfortunately, many dogs are becoming very ill or even dying from eating so-called "BEG" diets (boutique, exotic, grain-free), and the terrible thing is nutritionally mediated dilated cardiomyopathy is 100% preventable. There have been zero reported cases of NMDCM in dogs eating foods that meet WSAVA guidelines, currently made by Purina, Hill's, Iams/Eukanuba, or Royal Canin. We strongly suggest if you are feeding a "BEG" diet that you change your dog over to one of the brands listed above. If you have any questions specifically related to your pet, please call us.

We are so hopeful we caught this disease in time for our two beautiful patients to reverse their disease. Their very caring and dedicated owners have already changed their diet to one that meets WSAVA criteria. The articles below will help explain this disease, WSAVA guidelines, and why grain-free was more marketing than science.






Doggie snuggles. Living the rough life. Lol 🥰


Turquoise little boy is the last of the litter looking for his forever home. 🙂 they will be 8 weeks on November 29th.


CDA Pet Resort

Life Stories

Life Stories

In the toughest fight of her life, Angel shows her true, loyal self.


First time playing outside. Had fun ripping up stuffed toys with the big dogs! Hints the random fluff 😂 still 2 boys an 2 girls unclaimed. I know I have been terrible at posting it’s hard to get good pictures while snuggling with the babies.


Lucky 13 Rescue


Lost Dogs of America

Please Note Dog Owners AND Anyone who scans animals!
This is an X-ray of a dog’s flexed elbow (front leg). The tiny white shape on the forearm is a microchip that had been implanted at the dog’s shoulders. **This is why it’s important to scan for your dog’s microchip at every vet exam.** They drift, sometimes dramatically from where they are implanted. This chip was missed at the shelter where he was pulled from, as it would be missed by many vets or shelters. Yes, anyone scanning *should* be scanning the entire dog, but this doesn’t always happen and microchips do on rare occasion go bad and fail as well. It’s our responsibility as owners to ensure the chip is functioning and situated where it’s less likely to be missed. The benefits of having your pet microchipped far outweigh the risks, but that chip is useless if it can’t be located when needed. Also be sure it is registered with your up to date contact information!

Thank you Senter Carlisle for sharing


ElkRidge Goldens


Sweet babies getting bigger!!! 2 girls an 2 boys left ready for their new homes end of November!!


Love sweet baby snuggles!!!! 😍


Good evening! We’re opening our eyes! ❤


Such sweet snuggly babies should be opening their eyes any day now. So trusting to be held on their backs 🙂 love the little polar bears!!! Almost don’t fit in just one hand anymore! Still two girls an two boys looking for forever homes!


On Thursday October 4 we had 6 sweet healthy babies born. On Friday October 5th momma was fixed (hints the bottle feeding for the day) we have 2 female babies available an 2 males left looking for their forever loving homes! They will be ready November 29th at 8 weeks old. Come with dew claws removed, microchips, first shots worming an vet checks. Mom an dad both have OFA health clearances for hips an elbows. Babies are raised on a family farm around parents, horses cats an children. Babies are handled daily with lots of love. Message for any other questions or details!


Fluffy Lovers

Very True❣️❣️


Have one big boy left! Get him while you can. Great Christmas gift :) very playful and loving!


Only 1 girl an 2 boys left for deposit spots open :) Babies will be ready to choose in a couple more weeks an ready for their new homes on Dec 7th. Such sweet hearts. Eyes all open an getting teeth :) bout time to clip their nails for the second time already so they don't scratch momma. Growing fast!


Sleeping babies! ❤


Love these snuggly little babies! Such precious angels!


Puppies getting their second shots! Babies are ready for their new homes 3 girls an 2 boys! Akc mom an dad have had OFA testing done on hips an elbows. First an second shots, vet checked twice, dewormed and mocrochipped! Dad is english cream from Ukrainian show dog bloodline an mom is a phenomenal hunter! Your new family member an hunting buddy is waiting for you!


Annie an Bentley. Brother an sister getting to see each other again an play!


3 girls an 2 boys left!


Babies are getting so big. So hard to get good pictures of these days! Babies got shots wormed an microchips today!


Timeline Photos


Diaz Golden Farms.


Yakima, WA

Opening Hours

Monday 8am - 5pm
Tuesday 10am - 6pm
Wednesday 10am - 6pm
Thursday 10am - 6pm
Friday 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 4pm



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Thought we'd share an update on litter name 'Bones' now called Thor...Grandma Sue gifted him to our daughter during a visit when he bonded with her
Just want to say Marley is amazing.
We absolutely love our Scout who we got last January from you. I can't believe she'll be a year old in a few weeks! She has the best personality, is the most cuddly, loving pup and "smiles" when she gets excited by scrunching her nose.
Looking for a female golden retriever puppy. Do you have any available?
Do you adopt out older dogs?
are you located in yakima??? If so do you breed them?? Ive been looking for one for a long time