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Newfoundland Puppies for Adoption
They’re courageous, they’re smart, and they’re a giant. Newfoundland puppies for adoption are sweet and sociable canines who are quick to make new friends. As members of the giant dog breed family, Newfoundland dogs are often exceptional family dogs as they’ll prove calm and gentle around little family members while creating lots of fun playtime with the older children.
It’s no joke that a Newfoundland loves companionship. Although massive in appearance, inside they are a gentle friend ready to share lots of love. As a result, Newfoundlands are ideal therapy dogs as a swish of their tale or nod of their head is sure to bring smiles to a room. On the field, Newfoundland giants are genuine athletes and have excelled in competitions including tracking, draft, obedience trials, water competitions and sledding. The Newfoundland is a born water expert and has no problem undergoing intense water rescues.
Expect to spend time daily providing healthy outlets of exercise for your growing dog as exercise demands are moderate for the Newfoundland. While Newfoundlands are a working breed, they’ll also be happy to curl up on your couch for a long afternoon siesta. Keep exercise fun by visiting local dog parks, exploring the outdoors together, and taking lots of leisurely strolls through your neighborhood.
A well-mannered Newfoundland isn’t born overnight. Begin training immediately after bringing home your Newfoundland buddy. Once your puppy reaches his/her twelve week birthday, you could consider enrolling your puppy into a trusted puppy kindergarten. In addition, intersperse training with lots of positive praise, favorite puppy treats, and exciting doggy toys.
Due to their massive size, the Newfoundland will take up lots of space while proving quick to make new friends. In addition, their coats present colors of either a stunning black, brown, or blue belton. Not to mention, they’ll shed lots and are fond of drooling.
Why you shouldn’t adopt a Newfoundland puppy:
They take up lots of space, they shed, and they’re not afraid to drool.
Why you should adopt a Newfoundland puppy:
They’re polite with strangers, they’re gentle with children, and they respond well to kind, consistent training.
Now go ahead and scroll through our selection of beautiful Newfoundland puppies for adoption below and enjoy selecting your very own Newfoundland today.