Newfoundland Dog breeders



Heaven on Earth Newfoundland Dogs

Box 10, Site 16, RR 2
Red Deer, Alberta
T4N 5E2
Tel.: 403-347-7684


Heaven on Earth Newfoundland Dogs is located in Central Alberta.

Family-raised and bred for quality health and temperament. Health guarantee and well socialized. CKC registered. They will bring years of companionship and enjoyment.

Please visit our website for available puppies and more information.

HighSeas Newfoundlands

HighSeas Newfoundlands

14208 Trites Road
Surrey, British Columbia
V3X 3E8
Tel.: 778-386-4318

We are a small CKC registered kennel located in Surrey, British Columbia on two acres that give our Newfs lots of room to exercise and play.

Our main priority in breeding Newfoundland dogs is health. Our first breeding female, Rio, came to us from Élevage Pattes Douces in Québec. In 2008, two of their dogs had the honour of being on the list of longest lived Newfoundland dogs from all over North America, as recognized by the Newfoundland Dog Club of America. We hope to produce puppies that will continue in the tradition of Rio's ancestors and be your best friends — healthy and happy for many years!

All our puppies are tested for temperament and structure before they are matched with their forever homes. They also have vet and cardiology exams to be sure they are in good health before they are placed.

For further details, please visit our website:


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