Frequently Asked Questions

Rogers Family Update

We have moved!

Now located in Bedford, Indiana on 32 beautiful acres, bringing us closer to our grandchildren and providing plenty of room for our golden’s to roam.
​Located 20 miles south of Bloomington, IN
We have family in the Chicago area, Southern Wisconsin & Michigan as well as Nashville, TN. If we’re traveling to visit we can work out a meeting spot!
We love road trips!

Q. How much are your puppies?

A. Please click here to see a complete current listing of all our available puppies and general pricing information. Our puppy-pricing is based on the pedigree and OFA certifications of each Dam/Sire.

A. Since the pick order in a litter is determined based on when we receive the deposits, we advise you to place your deposit as soon as possible – especially if you know which sire and dam pairing you desire. We often receive deposits as early as six to twelve months prior to the actual birth of the pups!

A. Reserving a puppy is easy! Simply click here to fill out an application form. Please keep in mind that the reservation of a puppy requires an accepted application and a $300 non-refundable deposit. But don’t worry – if for any reason you suddenly find yourself unable to purchase a puppy after your reservation has been made, or if there are not enough puppies in a litter to meet demand, your deposit is transferable to another litter.

A. No. We at Indiana Goldens are dedicated to making sure all of our beautiful, purebred puppies go to the best possible homes where they will receive the love and care they need to thrive, which is why we ask each prospective puppy owner complete an application before submitting a deposit for their puppy. Once your application has been approved, you can submit your deposit and officially reserve your puppy.

A. While the primary difference between the two is the color, there is also statistical data supporting a slightly longer life expectancy for the European or “English” lineage as well as a reduced probability for the common cancers that can affect this breed. In general, retrievers can range in color from nearly white to deep red (below is a “scale” of color variation). However, the look, temperament and behavioral characteristics remain the same. You’ll be getting a very intelligent, loving and loyal companion no matter which color variation you prefer!

The White golden retriever puppies look like a Golden retriever with a pale-colored coat. These dogs are nearly white. Golden retrievers were initially created by Scottish breeders in the 19th century and the breed was created over the span of 50 years. As a general rule, the “white” Golden Retriever is a name given to English Cream Goldens. This is because the White golden retriever variety tends to have very light colored coats — hence the white name. However, these dogs are most commonly known as English Cream Golden Retrievers.

Puppy training requires many hours of individual attention and care where the puppy is separated from it’s littermates and free from distractions. On a limited basis we offer crate training and beginning obedience training for an additional fee. Inquire for details.