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*Due to the fact that a lot of the older testimonial photos seem to have stopped showing up, I'll be entering the newer testimonials in this table so that the photos don't expire. Ah, technology. Anyone whose testimonial photos aren't appearing, please email me your photos so I can repost it in this table. *


February 24th, 2015 - Mary Kathryn F. says;

I just want to write to you to let you know that our Dexter (who's name was previously Columbus) is that most amazing dog we've ever known.  We have three kids ages 18, 12 and 8.  He is so sweet and loving and gentle and easy... he amazes us every day.  We are constantly stopped by people blown away by his beauty and easy going personality.  We take him everywhere... baseball, lacrosse, etc.  We live on a large lake in Georgia and he spends all kinds of time with us on the boat, the beach and in the water.  Dexter is our first golden and first pure bred dog.  We are absolutely in love with him!  Thank you!
Best Regards, Mary Kathryn Fiorillo (Cumming, GA)


February 23rd, 2015 - Peter B. says;

I wanted to thank you once again!!! We are totally in love with Kiefer (two year old Male) we just got from you a few weeks ago. I do not think words can express how well he has transitioned into our family. A true testament to how well he was raised and treated while in your care. He is the talk of the neighborhood with how well behaved he is and just how amazing he looks.  He is so gentle with the kids (5,7,9) and sits at my feet while I am working from my home office.  I can't wait to get him into the woods come Spring to hike and run. Pete - Millburn, NJ


February 1st, 2015 - Patty B. says;

Everywhere I go, whether I am headed for training class or taking Bella for a romping day at her Doggie Daycamp, I am stopped - and the words, "Beautiful, Gorgeous," spring from admirer's mouths.  With the constitution of a show dog, Bella cannot walk in public without constant admiration and attention.  But it isn't just her stunning physical appearance, it is also her warm, loving, and sweet disposition. We cannot rave enough about our breeder, who combined the best of European and American parents to produce this beauty in the July, 2014 litter.  Having previously owned 2 other Goldens, I spent a great deal of time researching breeders.  Cynazar is the BEST. Bella was exposed to young children, the loving hearts of the breeders, and her entire doggie family - including her father!  When I went to see the litter at 5 weeks of age I was initially shocked to see the puppies with BOTH mom and dad (who are gorgeous).  With Bella's physical beauty; her loving and easy temperament; her extremely intelligent mind and easy training, I found myself perusing the site tonight because I think, down the road, she needs a Cynazar brother! It will not happen so quickly, as I want Bella to enjoy being the "baby" in our household of 2 Siberian cats (all have bonded nicely!).  But our desire to have another is on my radar for the future.  If the reader wishes to hear more from me, please contact Cynazar, whom I offer my willingness to be personally contacted. Looking for a high quality breeder of Goldens is a timely process - I can verify to you that my now 6 month old Golden is a gem, and should you pursue adopting a puppy I am certain that you will be as ecstatic as I am -- about Bella.


October 20th, 2014 - RJ and Nienie J. say;

Not only was Daddy Yankee, Sampsons father, the best dog my wife and I ever met, but the pups are  extremely impressive. Strong, healthy, courteous and whenever picked up they immediately go to full love and sweetness mode. We did our homework. And we made the best choice.
We are also big fans of Cynazar in every way, the owners are spot on.  Competent. Honest. Experienced. Awakened. Very caring but don't attach themselves to the pups. The transistion home was amazing. Sammy, now 9 weeks old, rarely if ever even cries when alone in his pen and his balance of independence and snuggle time is perfect.  Sammy also amazingly enuff, already lets us know when outside is needed... Not housebroken, but will be easy with such a cognitive pup.
We are in love. Sammy is our first, but not our last. Be wise and dont spend a hell of a lot more at other bs breeders who most are nothing but money hungry worthless manipulators to get your hard earned dollar, spending thousads and getting less pup.  Also, we believe Cynazar price range is the sweet spot between bs and a puppy mill mess. If you meet the parents, you will buy the pups - they were perfect. Please use us as reference if needed, we would be happy to share this incredible experience with anyone.
RJ, Nienie & Sammy Johnson
Burlington County, NJ


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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

What Suzane N. has to say:
We absolutely love our golden Miley which we got from you two years ago! She is perfect!! Hasn't had any health issues what so ever! Her temperament is incredible and she is very obedient. She plays with our kids and our tiny Pomeranian beautifully! We even get them matching puppy cuts :)

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Monday, August 6, 2012

What Julie E. has to say:
Hi Jenne,

I just wanted to let you know how much we love Molly. We couldn't ask for a better companion. She is so beautiful, so smart, and so easy to have around.

One day when she was about 4 months old, I went out to pick up my son and put Molly in her crate before I left. When I got back she barked to let me know that it was time to let her out, and to my surprise I noticed that the crate door was unlatched. I had forgotten to close the door when I put her in! She could have left the crate at any time while I was gone, but she waited for me to release her instead!

She loves to chew on plastic bottles. We keep our recycling in a small plastic can on the kitchen floor. Molly looks inside the can and sometimes cries at the bottles, but she has never once stolen a bottle from the can! She is just such a good girl.

We lost our older lab, Sandy, in early June. Up until then Molly was very confused about where to go potty, because Sandy was having accidents all over the house due to her incontinence problems. Molly had just one more accident after Sandy passed away, and I managed to catch her in the middle of it and put her outside. When she came back inside, she laid down and seemed to be deep in thought about what just happened. After that moment there has been no need for the crate anymore, especially because she is so well behaved, so we folded it up for good last month!

She is the kind of dog that is so laid back that you can just snuggle up to her and kiss her, and she just lays there and kisses back. Just like you promised, she hardly sheds- she is allowed on all of the furniture and the beds, and I really never notice any hair- although I'm sure there is some there. We went through puppy training with her and she passed the course, but since she is so good, I don't think there's a need to continue to intermediate training. She is also a great watch dog- she alerts us immediately as soon as anyone steps foot near the house.

While I was walking Molly in the park, someone came up to me and told me that he noticed how she was focusing on and reacting to the birds and animals, and he wanted to let me know that she would make a great hunting dog. None of us have any interest in hunting, but considering how talented she is at catching birds in our back yard, we think that the man at the park is probably right.

I was the one who wasn't sure about getting another puppy while we had Sandy in palliative care, but I'm thrilled that my husband and son insisted. She was so good with Sandy, and even as a puppy she never jumped or nipped at her. She seemed to understand that Sandy found joy and peace in watching her play. They enjoyed being around eachother, and sometimes Sandy would even use Molly as a pillow.

Molly makes my day every day. She is my constant companion, especially since I'm home all day. It's so hard to believe that she is still just a puppy, because we don't have to supervise her anymore. To be honest, we had to keep Sandy crated at times all the way up until age 10 because we could never trust her around food or trash cans. Molly is a very pleasant surprise for us.

I've attached a recent photo of her in the back yard. Thanks so much again for our best friend.

Julie E.

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Thursday, August 2, 2012

What Christine B. has to say:

We picked up Charlie on Sunday, July 29th, when he was about 16 weeks old. It was so hard to pick one of the four brothers as they were all so sweet, calm, and beautiful.  We did manage to pick one, though I think any one of the four would have been equally as wonderful as our Charlie.

He clearly is looking to please us.  He has taken to the leash very well and has been sleeping through the night in his crate without complaint since day one.  He learned his name within 24 hours and knows to potty outside! We have had a few Goldens in the past and have never had such a good experience so early on! He even gets along nicely with our cat.

Cynazar really loves their dogs and were very friendly throughout the whole process. They know so much about their dogs and they send you home with reading materials that have some very valuable information in it... info that we never knew despite having had several dogs over the years. We are so glad to have Charlie as part of our family!

UPDATE: Hi Jenne! Here is a cute picture of Charlie to go with our testimonial on the website.  He is such a love!  Thank you for giving me the dog of my dreams!

Christine B.


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