Mini English Cream Goldendoodle

Mini English Cream Goldendoodle

There are many Goldendoodle types but what makes a Cream Goldendoodle different? Intelligent, loving, and happy, the English Cream Goldendoodle makes for a beautiful companion. A cross between the English Cream Golden Retriever and a Poodle, the Cream Goldendoodle inherits the best of both personalities, giving him intelligence and playfulness. Mild-mannered and goofy, these dogs are as eager to please as they are brilliant.

English Cream Goldendoodle: Here's What You Need To Know
English Cream Goldendoodle: Here’s What You Need To Know

English Cream Goldendoodles are known for looking every bit at the teddy bear they are with their round face and sturdy body. Cream-colored shaggy fur is a defining characteristic of the breed, with its stocky build, floppy ears, and kind eyes. Ranging in size from as small as 15 pounds to as large as 75 pounds, anyone can find a companion in an English Cream Goldendoodle.

Teddy Bear English Cream Goldendoodles
Teddy Bear English Cream Goldendoodles

The Cream English Goldendoodle Appearance

The Cream English Goldendoodle coat varies greatly depending on the generation of the puppy. Generations called F1, 50% English Golden Retriever and 50% Poodle will still lightly shed their coats throughout the year. The F1B generation, a mix of an F1 Goldendoodle and a Poodle, means the puppy has more Poodle in their genetic than Golden Retriever, making for a more hypoallergenic dog. All of these generational lines influence the overall appearance of a Cream English Goldendoodle.

Cream Goldendoodle (English Cream) Information
Cream Goldendoodle (English Cream) Information


The fur on a Cream English Goldendoodle is light cream-colored and ranges in degrees of waviness. The more Poodle in the genetics, such as in an F1B generation puppy, the wavier the fur and the less shedding. Of course, there is no such thing as a completely non-shedding dog, nor is the fur the only culprit in activating allergies, but these puppies are considered hypoallergenic. A Cream English Goldendoodle’s coat varies in type, even though most of them are considered relatively non-shedding and hypoallergenic. There are three distinct types of coats: fleece-wavy, curly, and straight-wavy. Though the coat slightly changes from puppy to adulthood, it will stay within its genetic makeup.

What is an English Cream Goldendoodle?
What is an English Cream Goldendoodle?


A stocky build characterizes the Cream English Goldendoodle. Unlike its American and Australian counterparts, the blockier head of the Cream English Goldendoodle sports gave it the nickname “Teddy Bear.” The combination of wavy to curly fur, along with the stocky build, makes it look like a plush toy waiting to be played with.

English Cream Goldendoodle - Your Complete Breed Guide
English Cream Goldendoodle – Your Complete Breed Guide


Much as the type of coat the English Goldendoodle will have, their size will also depend on the parents. A good rule of thumb in determining the size of the puppies is to add the parent’s weight together and then divide that by two. Since that is just a general guideline and not a hard rule, it’s not surprising when Cream English Goldendoodles come in a range of sizes. The smallest English Goldendoodle is 20 pounds in adulthood, and the biggest can reach as much as 80 pounds when fully grown.

The Cream English Goldendoodle as a Phenomenal Companion

Known for their mild disposition, the Cream English Goldendoodle makes a splendid companion for the home. With a great willingness to learn, the English Goldendoodle can learn any command so long as the owner starts training immediately. These types of Goldendoodles also can keep themselves busy so long as they are provided with some enrichment objects such as frozen treats.

Cream English Goldendoodles are also beautiful dogs to have at home with the kids because of their wonderful manners. The only thing to stay on the lookout for is boredom. When a Cream English Goldendoodle gets bored, no matter the number of manners it learned throughout its lifetime, it’ll start to bark or even chew its paws, creating a different set of problems.

These Goldendoodles do not present with many health problems aside from those prominent in their parents. This means that not only are their potential treatments already available with how popular Golden Retriever and Poodles are but that it won’t be a potential problem holding anyone back from getting such a loving companion. There is no need to worry about rushing to the vet with this type of dog.

Is the Cream English Goldendoodle the Right Dog for the Family?

Whether a family of one or a family of many is looking for a new companion, the English Goldendoodle is just the ticket. Friendly, playful, and great with kids, the English Goldendoodle has many of the best attributes from Golden Retriever and Poodle parents. Eager to please, this dog has a penchant for learning, so long as training starts right from the very beginning. Resembling an enormous teddy bear, their coat and color is a fan favorite.

Their hypoallergenic fur makes them popular amongst individuals or families with allergies, even though fur isn’t the only culprit. Though much as any dog, the Cream English Goldendoodle also requires exercise. They can take care of themselves. As long as they can get around thirty minutes of exercise a day, they will grow up to be well-adjusted Goldendoodles. The thirty minutes of activity also make them more manageable for a family on the go, where there may not be endless play opportunities.

Final Thoughts

The decision to find the perfect Cream English Goldendoodle means beginning with the right amount of research about breeders and litters in the area. To find the Goldendoodle that will best fit the family, determine how hypoallergenic the dog would need to find out what generation is best to adopt. Should allergies present the largest problem in finding the right dog, it’s best to get to know a past litter as the next will likely be the same.

A good breeder will have information on past and present litters, as well as the parents. In addition, they will be able to answer any questions concerning the types of Goldendoodles likely to be born, such as their fur type or disposition. Asking as many questions as possible will ensure the best fit possible with such a loving and loyal family member.

Edward Hollon is an avid dog lover and writer, knowing all there is to know about our furry friends. Edward has been writing for petdii for three years now, wanting to use her knowledge for good and share everything she can with new dog owners. Edward has two dogs herself - a German shepherd called Banjo and a chocolate labrador called Buttons. Edward knows more than anyone how adjusting to new life with a puppy can turn your life upside down, and she wants to ease some of the burdens through her articles.