Our White Golden Retriever Males


Majik Timelord - Born 10/11/2014

Majik Timelord - English Cream Golden Retriever

Majik is a loving boy, with an amazing disposition.  Born in Finland he moved to a family in the Ukraine and began his career as a show dog.  He is a beautiful White Golden Retriever, he has a beautiful blocky head and a soft creamy white thickcoat.  He was championed in Moldova and then continued on to join our family here in the United States. We are so happy to welcome him into our home.

 A little Trivia
  • A male English Cream Golden Retriever normally weighs between 65 to 75 pounds and should be 23 to 24 inches in height
  • A female English Cream Golden Retriever should weighs between 55 to 65 pounds and should be 21.5 to 22.5 inches in height
  • Males usually have thicker coats
  • Males usually fall in love with their owners.

Our Retired Boys

Newman is now a therapy dog!

Stoney Ridges of New Man In Town - aka Newman - Born December 25, 2010

Newman has a wonderful loving personality (like all English Cream Golden Retrievers) and is extremely smart so when we received a call from a therapy dog trainer in North Carolina with a need for an English Golden Retriever we decided to help.  The trainer has a young girl with Cerebral Palsy that needs help picking things up, pushing her back when she falls forward in her wheelchair and other small jobs.  She (the Trainer) came out, and decided that Newman was a perfect fit! Come back often to see how Newman is progressing in his new station in life!  We are so proud to have owned such a wonderful dog and wish him and his new friend the best!


A Little More Trivia

English Cream Golden Retrievers rank 4th in Stanley Coren's book The Intelligence of Dogs, being one the brightest dogs ranked by obedience command train-ability    Golden Retrievers can learn up to 240 commands, words and phrases. Theyare 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.