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Meet the English Cream (Crème) Golden Retrievers
There are two major breed standards in the Golden Retriever world today: The American Kennel Club (AKC) and the British Kennel Club (KC). Most of the world, outside of North America, goes by the KC (British Kennel Club) standards. So the term "English" Golden retriever is given to a Golden Retriever that has been bred according to the British Kennel Clubs standards. English Cream (Crème) Golden Retrievers are English Golden Retrievers with an almost white (cream) coat.
English Cream (Crème) Golden Retrievers (just like Golden Retrievers) rank 4th in book , being one the brightest dogs ranked by obedience command train-ability Golden Retrievers can learn up to 240 commands, words and phrases.
English Cream (Crème) Golden Retrievers (just like Golden Retrievers) are social towards people, calm, and willing to learn. Because of this, they are used as Guide dogs, mobility assistance dogs, and search and rescue dogs. They are friendly and tend to learn tricks easily.
The median age of an English Golden Retriever is 12 years and 3 months; the median age of an American Golden Retriever is 10 years and 8 months. The Golden Retriever club of America did a study that stated 61.8 % of American Golden Retriever deaths were caused by cancer; The British Kennel Club's study showed that 38.8% of English Golden Retrievers died of cancer.
English Cream (Crème) Golden Retrievers are still fairly rare in the United States.
English Creme Golden Retrievers are also called British Golden Retrievers, Platinum Blonde Golden Retriever, European Golden Retrievers. The same breed, many name.