Pretty color! My puppy is blond but has more variation in his coat color, darker on top. Best of luck with him.
There is a breeder here in Jamestown PA who breeds cream colored goldens. In some parts of Europe, that is the norm.
Or the rare White English Retriever......
Just about died laughing when I read that as the breed on a recent Dog Whisper episode
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CH Westerlea's Kasomor Trio SH WCX CDX ~ Trio
MOTCH GCH Kasomor's Wack 'Em N Stack 'Em SH WCX ~ Tikka
Kasomor's Pop 'Em N Drop 'Em SH WCX ~ Kimber Baby
KEEPING THE DUCK IN THE DUCK TOLLER
Golden retrievers. Period. Nothing rare about them. None of mine are quite that light, but it is very common in European and English show lines. Some of them even like to work.
Shelly Blom & the Sterre Goldens
"Breeze" HR Trowsnest Sterre Autumn Breeze MH CCA/Can SH WCX
"Butch" Can. Ch Sterre Badlands Outlaw JH WCI CDX/Am JH
"Bonnie" Sterre Texas Bluebonnet JH WCI/Am JH
"Winter" Can/UKC Ch Amberwood Winter Wonderland SH WCX CD CCA VC/Can SH CD WCX VCI (at the bridge)
I've seen them before and also laughed at ads calling them "rare white" or "English Cream"; reminds me of the "polar" and bejema Labs. Never seen one doing field work though; you may indeed have a rare beast!
Julie R., Hope Springs Farm
Chesapeake Bay Retrievers since 1981
platinum is another term used... basically all these names are a way for puppymills and byb's to get much higher prices for what is just a GOLDEN RETRIEVER... red, orange, gold or cream its the same dog!