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Fred and Lia Holland
The Golden Retriever is one of the most popular dogs in the world. They were bred to retrieve game for the hunter in the field. But, over the years, they have adapted to serve in many capacities, such as guide dogs, drug and explosive detecting dogs, trackers, and obedience competitors. The only stand out exception is being a guard dog. Their very friendly temperament excludes them from that task. In addition to all the tasks they are used for, they are simply smart, fun loving, energetic, ready to please, members of the family. They are great with kids as well as adults.
The English Cream has some distinct differences from the American Golden. The most obvious is their color. The American Golden ranges in color from a medium light golden brown to a fairly dark golden brown. In contrast, the English Cream ranges from light cream markings to almost white. The English Creams are slightly shorter, bigger boned, and a little heavier. The American Golden top line is slightly angled downward from shoulders to hips, and the English Cream's top line is more flat. The English Cream will have straighter hindquarters. Lastly, the English Cream appears to be a little more trainable at an earlier age. Both the American and the English are extremely smart and trainable.