Masons Ridge Goldens
Show Quality English Cream Golden Retrievers 
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Maxie Waggintails on left, with her sister Coco puffs, Maxie is the matriarch and the glue that holds the pack together, she is a loving mother to Renny and Alix and a faithful companion.
Coco puffs with one of her puppies. This picture pretty much sums up her carefree and happy disposition, she is our little loving puffy dog.
Renny, showing off on vacation. She is Maxie and Roy's puppy, an amazing loving friend, faithful companion and champion snuggler as well. 
             Masons Ridge English Golden Retriever Females
Alix is the baby. She is playful, loves to wrestle, talk in dog language, sit in the front seat, still thinks she is a lap dog and is too much fun. 
Masons Ridge English Golden Retrievers 
 28 ninth St. Clintonville, Wisconsin 54929
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The Golden Retriever is a large, strongly built breed with a dense, water-repellent wavy coat. Golden Retrievers are dogs with origins in pedigree breeding, and due to their widespread historical popularity, some regional variations have emerged in the breed; therefore, the three subtypes of Golden Retriever reflect the variations in dimensions and coat..
Golden Retrievers
English or British Type
British type Golden Retrievers are prevalent throughout Europe and Australia, and are distinguished from American Golden Retriever lines by the official breed standards. The muzzle of the British or English type is wider and shorter, and its forehead is blockier. It's legs are shorter, it's chest is deeper, and its tail is slightly shorter. Due to these features the British or English type Golden Retriever usually weighs more than American or Canadian Golden Retrievers. Males stand between 22 to 24 inches at the withers; females are slightly shorter, between 20 and 22 inches. The eyes of the British or English Golden Retriever are noted for their roundness and darkness which is in contrast to the triangular or slanted composition of the American Golden Retriever. A Golden Retriever of British breeding can have a coat color of any shade of gold or cream; red or mahogany are not permitted. Golden retrievers have muscular bodies with great endurance, owing to their origins as hunting and gun dogs. 
American Type
American Golden Retrievers are taller than the British or English type, but retain it's thick coat. The American Golden Retrievers are lankier and less stocky than British types. Males stand between 23 and 24 inches at the withers; females are 21.5 to 22.5 inches tall. Their coats are dense and water repellant, and occur in lustrous shades of gold with moderate feathering. American breeders of Golden Retrievers sometimes import their dogs from Britain to take advantage of the temperament and appearance of the British types.
Canadian Type
The Canadian Type Golden Retriever has a thinner and darker coat and stands taller than the other varieties.