Newfoundland Puppies and Dogs

A complete guide to Newfoundland Puppies and Dogs including photos and articles about grooming, training, care tips, exercise needs, male and female Newfoundland dog names, illness and health problems with a definition and description of Newfoundland Puppies and Dogs.

Fast Facts & Guide to Newfoundland Puppies and Dogs

Have a glance at our Fact File and Guide to Newfoundland Puppies and Dogs. Discover some fast facts to gain a really fast overview of the Newfoundland.

Newfoundland Guide and Fact File

Height: Male 27-29 inches / Female 25-27 inches

Weight: Male 130-150 pounds, 59-68 kg / Female 100-120 pounds, 45-54 kg

Size of Dog: The Newfoundland is a giant sized breed of dog

Breed Type and Dog Group: The Newfoundland belongs to the Working Group of Dogs

Country of Origin of the Breed: The Newfoundland is believed to have originated from Canada

Exercise Needs: The Newfoundland requires moderate exercise and loves to swim!

Coat Type: The Newfoundland has a heavy, thick, coarse, double coat

Shedding hairs: The Newfoundland sheds twice yearly, in the spring and fall, heavier in spring

Grooming needs: The Newfoundland need high amounts of grooming particularly when shedding

Training a Newfoundland (Trainability): The Newfoundland is trainable


Other Names of Newfoundland: Newf, Newfs, Newfie

Newfoundland Lifespan - This dog lives for approximately 9 - 14 years

Number of puppies per litter: The Newfoundland usually has around 4-12 puppies per litter

Temperament / Behaviour: Powerful, Protective, Sweet, Placid, Loving and Sociable

We hope that the fast facts and information provided in our Newfoundland puppy and dog fact file and guide will prove a useful overview of this particular breed. Please click one of the links at the top of the page for detailed articles relating to training, pet care, grooming, personality, exercise needs, male and female Newfoundland dog names, illness and health problems.


Summary of Newfoundland Puppies and Dogs

Newfoundland puppies and dogs have sweet Personalities and Temperaments. Although this is a huge dog which requires firm, consistent obedience training and heavy socializing from a young age, it is actually fairly laid-back, docile and placid. This is generally a very dependable and sensible breed that has a very trustworthy temperament. Puppies and dogs from this breed tend to bond well with everyone and enjoys company as it's a very sociable and kind natured breed. This particular breed is very dedicated and devoted to their family, showing them plenty of affection and love. The strength and power of this dog should not to be underestimated and prospective owners should consider the size of Newfoundland adults dogs. This breed will require a lot of space and firm but gentle obedience training that is consistent, preferably from an experienced handler.

Choosing Newfoundland Puppies and Dogs as Pets

Newfoundland puppies grow into giant sized adult dogs and the above summary will help you to determine whether they are suitable as a family pet. If you are considering whether to buy a Newfoundland puppy, adoption is also an option for this particular type of dog, or even selecting one from a rescue centre, or reputable dog breeder who will provide documentation to support the health history of any puppy that you might be interested in buying. It is important to find out as much information as possible about any former health issues and conditions. The Newfoundland breed has a thick, heavy coat that requires a lot of grooming. It sheds heavily twice per year and during these times, the puppy or dog should be groomed on a daily basis. The pet care required for the Newfoundland breed can take up a fair amount of time on a daily basis but with the right training and care, this breed of puppy and dog will make an fantastic and reliable family pet.

Newfoundland Puppies and Dogs

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