Golden retrievers were first bred in Scotland by a nobleman named Lord Tweedmouth during the 1900s and were recognized as a breed by the kennel club in Britain in 1911. Breeders later began importing these dogs to the United States, and the American Kennel Club recognized the golden retriever as a breed in 1932. The American Kennel Club's breed standard has gradually evolved, and today, it differs slightly from the European breed standard.
Breeders often imported these dogs because the dog's stronger front ends could improve the quality of their breeding stock. The light cream color was just a secondary benefit.
Just like American goldens, English golden retriever puppies are highly playful, and their gentleness makes them great choices for family dogs. These dogs love to be active and typically adore water. They often love anyone with whom they come into contact, which doesn't make them ideal as guard dogs. Goldens are highly social dogs and thrive on spending lots of time around people.
Golden retrievers are an all-around great breed, and if you are looking for a family dog, a golden might be the perfect fit. English cream golden retrievers sport beautiful lighter coats and offer the same benefits that you'll find in an American golden retriever.
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