Newfoundland Dog Breed
 

Newfoundland Dogs

There is much uncertainty about the origin of the Newfoundland. Some say his ancestors are the white Great Pyrenees, dogs brought to the coast of Newfoundland by the Basque fishermen; others that he descended from a " French hound " (probably the Boarhound); but all agree that he originated in Newfoundland and that his ancestors were undoubtedly brought there by fishermen from the European Continent. Many old prints of Newfoundlands show apparent evidence of a Husky ancestor.

A large dog with a heavy coat to protect him. He is strong and has a great disposition. This dog is a good swimmer and has natural life-saving instincts. A devoted companion to both man and child.

The average height weight for dogs is 28 inches, and 150 pounds; bitches 26 inches and 120 pounds.

Training Information

Newfoundland Club of America, Inc. (M)

Corres. Secretary, Sandee Lovett, 5870 5mile Rd. NE, Ada, MI 49301

Breeder Contact, Rebecca Cieniewicz, 341 Carter's Gin Rd., Toney, AL 35773, (256)852-7015

 


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