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A cream coloured dog has fur that is darker than chalk dogs, and has some hints of golden colour in the coat. Ones with a deeper and richer tone would be called golden coloured. Cream and gold dogs are not always monotone.  Oftentimes, there are darker and lighter areas to their coat.
A caramel coloured dog has a white, cream, apricot, red or yellow coat and a brown nose.
All dogs with an “ee” pair will be Cream (cream means any of the following colors: white, cream, apricot, red, yellow (as in Labs), golden (as in Goldens)
BBee is a cream dog
Bbee is a cream dog carrying recessive brown
bbee is a cream dog with brown pigment (caramel)
Shades of those basic colours are modified by other genes

Other Doodles
• F1b  (Backcross)
• F2B  (2ND Generation Backcross)

 First Generation Goldendoodles
Winnie at 11 weeks
Winnie full grown
Abby at 10 weeks
Abby at 2 years
Biscuit at 9 weeks
Biscuit at 10 months old
Brinkley at 8 weeks
Brinkley at 10 weeks
Kina at 15 weeks
Kina at 2 years
Milo at 5 weeks
Milo at 5 months
Ollie at 8 weeks
Ollie full grown

Frieda at 4 months
Frieda at 13 months
Yoda pup
Yoda adult
Chase at 8 weeks
Chase at one year
Gracie pup at 10 weeks
Gracie at 11 months
Lucy pup
Lucy at 11 months

 F1b  (backcross) Goldendoodles
Harley is a Caramel colour - cream with a rose/liver nose
Harley is from Four Paws Doodles
Sawyer is a White Chocolate! - he has two chocolate parents and has a rose/liver nose (from Four Paws Doodles)
[ Sawyer is a bbee cream dog with two bbEe chocolate parents ]
Blue at 5 wks - Goldendoodle to Golden Retriever backcross
Blue at 13 weeks
 F2B  (2nd generation backcross) Goldendoodles

 First Generation Labradoodles

 F1b  (backcross) Labradoodles

 Multigeneration Labradoodles
DaVinci - a cream wool pup
DaVinci as an adult

The information contained on this site is in no way intended to replace that of proper veterinary advice, diagnosis or treatment.
It is meant to provide resource, so that we can better understand canine health related issues.