Newfoundland Dog breeders
The Newfoundland breed is a large, well muscled dog with a gentle expression. The breed's easy going disposition makes him a wonderfuld family companion. The Newf is a versatile working breed that loves the outdoors and swimming. Newfs are well known for their stong life-saving abilities in water and are often seen working in water rescue. Because of their calm and friendly demeanour, they are also good candidates to work as Therapy and Assistance dogs.
The traditional Newfoundland colour is black and he may have white markings on his chest, toes and tip of the tail. The Landseer Newfoundland is white with black markings.
For more information about the Newfoundland Dog breed, see the Breed Info section.
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Brighton, Ontario K0K 1H0
Marcarpents Kennels is one of Canada's oldest Newfoundland Kennels. We have had Newfoundlands for 41 years, and I am a life time member of the Canadian Kennel Club.
We have produced 68 Champions and our dogs excel at water work, carting, obedience and therapy, but most importantly as loving companions to many people.
Our website - www.marcarpents.com - contains more information on past and present dogs we have owned, and pictures are updated regularly.
Red Deer, Alberta
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.
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