Stockton’s Golden Retrievers -                 English Crème’s


Our European bred English Crème Golden Retrievers are the royalty of Europe. To see an English Crème Golden Retriever is to see a truly Beautiful dog. These are the crown jewels of  the Golden Retrievers.  Known for their eye catching crème coats, and friendly personality. English Creme is a white colored Golden Retriever bred in Europe.

English Crème Golden Retrievers are filled with confidence and that comes through by the way they carry themselves.  They appear strong and athletic, and their body is symmetrical. Their peaceful attitude and affectionate personalities are apparent in their posture and in the way they interact with their humans.

Stockton’s English Crèmes have multiple championship bloodlines, which reflect the high quality and beauty in our dogs.


A Look Back, The Golden Retriever was developed in late 19th century Scotland and England. . The Golden was bred by British aristocrats to be a dual-purpose dog, able to retrieve waterfowl and upland game birds and also to be a companion. The Golden Retriever’s friendly disposition, attractive appearance, and high level of trainability have made this breed one of the most popular in the United States. Today, Goldens are found at field trials and dog shows, in family homes and nursing homes, leading the blind and serving as ears or hands for handicapped persons.


The identifiable characteristic of the English Crème is its rich, lustrous cream color coat. Another essential characteristic is proper temperament. An English Crème Golden Retriever is friendly, calm, compliant and compatible with people and other dogs. They are particularly good with children. The English Crème Golden Retriever’s friendly temperament is reflected in his kindly expression. They are a powerfully built dog, with a good nose for tracking, a soft mouth, and an eagerness to learn.

English vs. American

The Golden Retriever is divided into two groups, primarily based on their appearance. The first group is the English, and they are shorter, bigger-boned, and tend to have longer coats that are lighter in color. The American group tends to be lanky with longer limbs.


The Golden Retriever has a dense, water-repellent double coat. The outer coat is soft, feathery, and can be straight or wavy. The undercoat allows the Golden to repel water and stay warm in extreme cold, they have moderate feathering on the back of the forelegs and the underbody; and heavier feathering on the front of the chest, the back of the thighs, and the underside of the tail.


Outgoing and social, the English Crème Golden Retriever makes a loyal family pet. Their sweet dispositions make them patient and gentle with children and they are generally tolerant of other pets.

These fun loving dogs enjoy nothing more than to play fetch or retrieve a stick during play, and their love for water makes for not only interesting play, but also plays a part in their strong hunting skills. Their high level of intelligence enables them to excel in obedience training. They are often trained and used as service dogs to the blind and disabled. Their friendly and affectionate personalities also make them ideal visitors for retirement homes and allow them to be effective therapy dogs.


The Golden Retriever's double coat is important to brush on a daily basis.
Their nails should be trimmed on a regular basis.


These dogs are eager to please, and enjoy having jobs to keep them busy and gain approval. Creating fun games or interesting things for your dog to do will keep them entertained and prevent them from becoming bored.


English crème Golden Retrievers are known for being an easy breed to train. They are excited to learn, eager to please, and their high intelligence allows them to learn behaviors and tricks quickly. Golden Retrievers have been trained to work with Police to locate drugs, excel in agility training and enjoy learning how to perform tricks.

Golden Retrievers are popular candidates for training to become aid dogs. Their quick minds make them ideal for guiding the blind, and the training for this job begins when they are puppies. They are also trained to do other wonderful things for people such as uplifting the sick, and entertaining the aging.

Golden Retriever Standards

Life span: 10-13 years.

Litter Size: 8

Group: Sporting

Recognized By: CKC, FCI, AKC, UKC, ANKC

Color:  The coat color of a Golden can range from a light cream color, into the yellows, or even into darker golden or copper shades.

Hair Length:  Long

Size:  Large

Male Height:  23-24 inches

Male Weight:  70-85 pounds

Female Height:  21.5-22.5 inches

Female Weight:  55-65 pounds


Stockton’s Golden Retrievers - English Crèmes

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