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The Newfoundland breed is beautiful and amazing pet dogs. They are wonderful to talk to and can be used as a nanny dog for kids. These breeds are well known for their intelligence, gentility and their love for swimming. Their coat is very thick and can withstand the cold water. They were once known as working dogs especially for fishermen, and they are lifesavers, especially in the case of being drowned in the river because of their swimming ability. Discover more about our Newfoundland puppies for sale below!
The Newfoundland breed originated from Newfoundland in Canada, in the 19th century as working dogs. Then in the early thirties, it was exported to Britain, this time as a ship dog. Then it was, later on, used as pets.
It originated with black and brown colors, thick fur and heavily body built. In recent times, the Newfoundland breed is used as pets in many homes and loved by all.
The Newfoundland dog is a strong and big dog, but it could pass for a teddy bear than a lion. It is gentle and calm and can be wonderful to allow children. It has a sweet temper, and it is very loyal to its owners.
Although its barking can be thunderous, it still isn’t aggressive and is a sweetheart. This breed doesn’t harm strangers, but it can put them down in one place until a familiar face arrives.
Being a working dog and a pet, these breeds can survive both in warm and cold environment, but not extreme heat. These dogs can do well in a spacious home that is filled with love.
They are good with kids, so you have nothing to worry about, they are also good with other pets in the house. They are not good for the office environment but are better around the fields or water because they are always ready for rescue.
They are usually very playful and filled with energy, so they can be allowed to play and run around without fear of them being injured. Since they love to swim, they can be allowed to play in the water as part of their exercise. 30 minutes a day exercise is suitable to keep them healthy both mentally and physically.
Already they love water, so bathing them will not be a problem. But since they shed their fur twice in a year, it is advisable to brush their fur at least twice or thrice in a week to keep them healthy.
They drool all the time, so have wet wipes around all the time so you can easily wipe their mouth when they drool. Clean their ears properly and trim their nails when necessary.
Our Newfoundland puppies for sale come from either USDA licensed commercial breeders or hobby breeders with no more than 5 breeding mothers. USDA licensed commercial breeders account for less than 20% of all breeders in the country.
The unregulated breeders who are selling outside of the USDA regulations and without a license are what we consider to be “Puppy Mills.” We are committed to offering Newfoundland puppies who will grow up to become important members of your family. We only purchase puppies from the very best sources, and we stand behind every puppy we sell.