English cream sounds luxurious and teddy bears are cute, so English cream teddy bear puppies has to sound appealing. Have you ever wondered what exactly an “English Cream Teddy Bear Goldendoodle Puppy” really is?

How does an English Cream Teddy Bear Goldendoodle differ from just a Goldendoodle Puppy? As you might imagine, the “English cream” part of the name signals a paler colored dog. The “teddy bear” part refers to the shape of the dog. When you see an English Cream Teddy Bear Goldendoodle, you will be reminded of a teddy bear!

What’s the difference?

Basically the difference is the type of Golden Retriever used to produce the puppy.

American Golden Retrievers bred to a Poodle will give you a Goldendoodle Puppy, but if you are going for more of the boxy face look, shorter nose, and all over more “Teddy Bear” look, then you will need to breed an English Cream Golden Retriever to a Poodle.

An English Cream Golden retriever will be much lighter cream in color and will have stockier build and boxier head than an American Golden Retriever. Both produce great Goldendoodle Puppies, but they will have a slightly different look!

English Cream myths

There is only one Golden Retriever breed, and variations in color may run the gamut from pale cream to deep golden without signaling any major difference in the dog’s heritage.  Some people believe that cream colored Golden Retrievers are more rare, more valuable, or healthier than darker colored Golden Retrievers.

In fact, both the traditional American Golden Retriever look and the English Cream look are found in the happy, healthy Golden Retriever that is such a popular family dog. It’s all about which look makes you say, “Awwww!” more readily.

We raise both breeds of Goldendoodles and would be glad to help you find the perfect puppy! Check our available puppies page to see whether we have any English Cream Teddy Bear Goldendoodle Puppies ready for their forever homes right now.

If not, feel free to give us a call. We will be happy to put your name on a waiting list for the next litter.

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