Welcome to the home of my precious Keweras Golden Retrievers. I hope you will enjoy your visit, and come back regularly to see updates on how all the dogs are doing, and check on the availability of puppies etc. I value your comments and will reply to each and every one I receive.


I am doing a sponsored head shave in early May to raise funds for Zoe's Journey Canine Cancer Charity. The funds will all go to the AHT (Animal Health Trust) who are doing the research. If you would like to sponsor me for this very important cause please email me at goldenlove14@btinternet.com. Thankyou so much in advance.

   "Until one has loved a Keweras Golden, part of their soul remains unawakened." 

           My precious and beautiful girl Ria 03.12.1998 - 27.09.2010

Hello, my name is Penny Stephens, and I am the very proud owner of 14 beautiful Golden Retrievers. These dogs are the most wonderful of all creatures, offering kindness, love, loyalty and companionship unconditionally, as only they can. Their sensitivity to their owners' feelings is positively amazing, as my dogs have proved on many occasions. I quite simply couldn't live my life without them - and most people once bitten by the 'Goldie' bug feel the same way. Because of their wonderful dispositions, Goldens are ideally suited to families with children, and the disabled, and make wonderful therapy dogs in Nursing and Residential Homes. Every breed of dog, however, requires the correct training from the time they arrive in your home at approximately 8 weeks old, and all this advice and support is available to you from the time you first make contact with me, and is ongoing throughout your dog's life. I am very excited about having this opportunity to show off my most wonderful of friends to the world. I currently have three females who are involved in my breeding programme, one youngster who is awaiting health screening - and whom I hope to include in my breeding programme in the not too distant future. I also have two stud dogs who are both soppy loving boy as are all my 'girls'. I have a lovely group of seniors here with me too who are a pure delight, and have just kept two puppies from the same litter - one will hopefully be a new stud dog one day. To date I have delivered well over 300 Golden Retriever puppies - mostly my own, but several for Goldie owners who have been rather nervous of the impending event, and have asked me to step into the role of midwife for them! This I have done with great enthusiasm, as I hope always to do whatever is necessary to help the breed in any way I can. I have delivered many other breeds too in order to ensure, as far as possible, that the pups are delivered safely, and that mum is also safe and well throughout. I'm very proud to say my dogs are blood donors for Albert Cottage Veterinary Practice here in Saltash, and have already helped in saving the lives of many other much loved dogs.

'KEWERAS' is Cornish for fulfillment/perfection

Keweras Dogs are Happy Dogs!!

*If you have lost your very special Golden, and need to talk to someone who understands how painful your loss is, please feel free to contact me for a chat, I will do all I can to help you through this very difficult time.*
Equally - if you are nursing young pups and need some support or advice - day or night - please call, and I will do all I can to help you.

 I always breed for health and temperament as a priority. The welfare of my dogs and this wonderful breed is of the utmost importance to me, and is always my priority.


Pleased to support Battersea Dogs Home with regular donations

 I am very proud to be Kennel Club Assured with certification.  I am fully licensed annually by Cornwall County Council.

The dog makes no distinction between the great and the humble, between the rich and the powerful, and those who have nothing to offer him but their company.

He walks with Kings and to our delight with our Queen, he protects the lonely and leads the blind, he shares our pleasures, our labours, our sports, our follies, our triumphs and disasters, our homes and our families. Through the dog we enrich our lives, and in return he asks only that we give him what he gives us - friendship.
Wilson Stephens 1976