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Educational articles about the Newfoundland dog breed.


Newfoundland Dog Characteristics

Newfoundland Dog Breed

Newfoundland Dog Classification:

Newfoundlands are working dogs.

Other Names: Newf, Newfie, The Gentle Giant

Newfoundland in Foreign Languages:

Dutch: Newfoundland hond
German: Neufundländer Hund
Italian: cane di razza Newfoundland
Portuguese: cão da raça Newfoundland
Spanish: perro Terranova
Swedish: newfoundlandshund
Turkish: ternöv köpegi

Origins: Newfoundland dogs were initially bred to assist fisherman in hauling in their nets. They are natural water dogs, and are now frequently used as water search and rescue dogs.

Description: Newfoundland dogs are large boned dogs that are well muscled. They have a broad, square head, short snubbed snout with a black nose, and floppy ears. Newfoundland have webbing between their toes, that assist with their ability to swim.

Size: Newfoundlands weigh from 110 to 176 lbs, they stand 27 to 30 inches tall at the shoulder.

 

weight

height
Male 143–176 lbs 30 inches tall
Female 110–154 lbs 27 inches tall

Coat: Newfoundland dogs have a thick shaggy double-coat that is water resistant. Newfoundland dogs can have a coat that is black, brown, black with white patches (Landseer) and rarely solid gray. Newfoundland dogs are often said to look like bears due to their dense fur coat.

Disposition: Newfoundland dogs are sweet and gentle natured. They are good with children.

Type Dog: Newfoundlands are working dogs.

Litter Size: Newfoundland dogs give birth to litters of 4 to 12 puppies.

Behavior: Newfoundland dogs are strong swimmers. They are sweet and brave. They require moderate but not vigorous exercise.

Traits: Responsive, docile, sweet tempered, courageous,

Country of Origin: Canada / England

Life Span: Newfoundland dogs typically live 8 to 10 years.

Club Recognitions: FCI, AKC, ANKC, CKC, KC (UK), NZKC, UKC


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