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Westward bound! Magnus and Brick headed West to hunt Sharptail and pheasant before jumping into the Airstream to go to San Francisco for beach time and visiting old friends. Then, on to Yosemite and the Grand Canyon and back to Minnesota. Lots of miles (5,610) in the Airstream and adventure for the easy-going young pup! 

December is prime hunting for wild Minnesota pheasant and the boys are doing just that.  Late season is our favorite for hunting frozen cattail marshes for roosters.

"Magnus," Dewmist Cape Discovery, is loving the Hillmann training method and is developing ever-expanding retriever skills through repetition and fun, not heavy-handedness.  Teach! Practice! Excel!  Go Magnus!



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Lochinvar Goldens USA in Minneapolis, Minnesota

We are pleased to share some of the best British-type Goldens in the US.  These Goldens are easy-going, loving family dogs that live in the house, have eye-catching good looks, and wonderful hunting desire. Naturally athletic and possessing a kind temperament, they are also have good health and excellent longevity.  

Magnus (Dewmist Cape Discovery), Brick and their friend Jorma (Kyon)


All of our Goldens hunt wild birds around 30 days each fall season. They love hunting!  They are highly AKC titled: when not hunting they compete in top level performance dog sports and field events and obtain conformation designations.  Their success and versatility is a result of sound breeding and proven training methods.  


Why are they so light colored?  This is the most common question we get. The British Kennel Club standard allows for the colors gold to cream.  Cream colored Goldens are accepted and common in the U.K. and other European countries.  Coat color is not an indicator of health, temperament, or working ability.  


The Goldens we own are imports from the UK, Sweden and other developed countries and are only from the best lines.  They have top pedigrees from some of the oldest and most established kennels in England, Scotland and Sweden.  Their pedigrees are full of proven champions for 5 or more generations.  Excellent breeding ensures health, temperament, longevity, working ability, and conformational correctness.

The Name Lochinvar
Sir Walter Scott's 1808 poem "Lochinvar" inspired our naming.  The following is a short excerpt from the original poem:

So faithful in love, and so dauntless in war,
There never was knight like young Lochinvar