We’ve analyzed all available reviews for this breeder and summarized our findings below for your convenience!
Overall, Lamonds Goldens has received mixed reviews from customers. One reviewer mentions that their Golden Retriever from Lamonds has been the best family dog they have ever had.
However, another reviewer had a negative experience with the breeder. They mentioned issues with communication, delayed paperwork, and most importantly, their dog developing degenerative knee issues at a young age.
The breeder did not respond or provide support in this situation. Another reviewer also mentioned communication issues with the breeder and suspected it may be a potential scam.
Customers are advised to do thorough research, ask questions, and consider alternatives such as rescues and shelters before purchasing a puppy from this breeder.
Lamonds Goldens Reviews
We’ve compiled a list of the most helpful reviews for this breeder below. We’ve included both positive and negative (if applicable) reviews to give you a better idea of the type of breeder you’re considering.
Eight years ago we got a Golden from the Lamond’s and she’s been the absolute BEST family dog we could have ever had!
Be very aware of this breeder. Communicated with Alexis via email, sent a $50 deposit to never receive a text as she claimed in her email.
When I asked for the $50 back, she replied that deposits are not refundable.
***Potential scam*** Be wise and look further into this, unlike myself.
I would NOT recommend Lamonds Goldens for many reasons. I purchased a puppy from Alexis two years ago and I am very disappointed in her service and the health of the dog. From the start, she never returned my text messages. She didn’t send me the license and paperwork for months after I purchased and picked up my puppy, in fact I had to keep bugging her about it until she finally sent it to me. She was on to her next litters so she didn’t have time for the ones she already received the $ for. Now the main reason for the 1 star rating – My dog, who is just a family pet and does nothing strenuous, was only 1.5 years and started to show lameness, I have found out both knees (CrCL) are ruptured , clearly degenerative disease, both my vet and the surgeon stated it was genetics and a degenerative disease …at only 1.5 years?!! I sent her the paperwork from my vet, my dog requires TPLO surgery on both knees ($4000 surgeries each) and Alexis won’t stand behind her warranty in fact she just does not respond to me. It shouldn’t just be about the money I would Hope a breeder would care and show compassion with the pups she sells. But to just ignore my emails and text messages shows she could care less about the pups she sells or the quality of their health. Also she breeds the moms as much as she can for two years then ‘retires’ them to other homes. They definitely aren’t her pets. After I started to have concerns, I went back to her postings and found that my dog’s mom was bred 5 times in 2.5 years. Do your homework and ask alot of questions, know what you are getting into. My dogs are my life and I’ll do anything for them, I was mistaken to think this breeder would actually care , it is just a business for her to make a lot of money. Look into rescues and shelters vs breeders, I’ve learned so much and hope to help others before you make the same mistake and have to go through what I am going through with my pup!