The American Kennel Club describes the Golden Retriever breed as one of the most popular breeds in the U.S. This breed is inherently eager to please. Its working ability makes it perfect as a family companion, guide dog, hunting companion, or assistance, search, and rescue dog. Golden's are very intelligent and do well with children and most other animals. The golden-colored coat is the hallmark of this versatile breed and can range from light to dark gold.
Golden Retrievers are easy to train and do not do well with harsh treatment. They learn quickly, desire frequent attention, love to play ball and other games; and they love to swim.
They are a very social breed and crave love and attention from their human family. This is a great family dog and in choosing an English Creme Golden Retriever you are acquiring a truly priceless animal / family member.
English Cream Golden Retrievers
The European Golden Retrievers are bigger-boned, shorter, with a more square head and/or muzzle and are generally slightly heavier. Males are usually between 56 to 61 cm (22 to 24 inches) at the shoulders and females slightly shorter at between 51 to 56 cm (20 to 22 inches). The British Kennel Club standard calls for less rear angulation and a slightly different topline than the American Kennel Club standard. The lighter dogs tend to predominate in show lines and many breeders prefer the paler colors. Along with the heavier bone and lighter color frequently comes a more relaxed temperament that many people prefer.