About Newf Friends

Newf Friends Newfoundland Dog Rescue is a volunteer run, foster home based rescue group for Newfoundland Dogs in need in Ontario, Canada.
We place Newfs into carefully screened homes in Ontario and surrounding provinces and states.
Established in 2008.

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Thursday, September 7, 2017

Newf mix pups

Puppy pile, also includes a Basset pup that was available for adoption through our parent organization HART
Quick Adoption Overview
DOB July 31, 2017
See details below for location
US adopters will NOT be considered due to border regulations
Homes where the pups will be left more than 4 hours in a day will not be considered
Preference given to homes without children under the age of 8 (see below)
Fenced yard required, no exceptions

2017-023 Stevie (black female) located in Guelph - lovable girl available for adoption
Small but mighty, this little cutie pie is sweet as can be and ready to find her perfect family.  She is friendly and social, loves to be with people and other animals, and is ready for lovin'!
11 weeks old
27 days old
Beige girl 34 days old
41 days old
59 days old

Before applying to adopt a dog or emailing us with questions, review our FAQ page.  Emails asking questions that are answered on that page will not be responded to.
Please Read
This litter of pups and their mom (Mocha the brown Newf listed here) were surrendered to us when the pups were 3 weeks old.  The sire of the litter is believed to be a Lab, but the surrendering owner could not say with total certainty; it is possible that the sire was a Newf.  We expect the pups to mature to be in the 100 lbs range.

These pups have been raised in an enriched indoor environment since they arrived in our care at 3 weeks of age, and have been very well socialized with dogs of all sizes, with cats, and with people.  Great care has been taken to expose these pups to a variety of different people and things to help ensure that they are confident and have a good foundation of experiences prior to adoption.  Preference will be given to families who have the time and experience to carry on with this work and properly train, socialize and care for their pup to ensure that it matures into a well mannered adult.   

Homes where there is another well socialized, well mannered adult dog will be our first choice as these pups will all benefit from growing up with another dog for companionship and as a role model. Homes without other pets will need to have a well thought out, solid plan in place for ongoing socialization.

Puppies require a large time commitment from owners;  families who have very busy schedules where the pup will be left alone all day are not a suitable match for a Newf pup.  No puppy wants to be in a cage for 8 hours!

Raising a puppy is hugely rewarding but takes much time and energy from all members of the family.  Newfs in particular are very slow maturing and can be quite rambunctious as puppies requiring a lot of training during the first 2 years of their life.  As such, families with young children under the age of 8 aren't suited; the only exception would be families who have EXTENSIVE giant breed experience and children over 6 yrs who are exceptionally dog savvy.  It's important that all family members are mature enough to play an active and consistent role in the training and raising of a puppy.   This criteria is in place based on having hundreds of Newfs surrendered to our rescue group over the years and consistently seeing the challenges that families raising a young dog with young children face, and the very high rate of surrender by families with young children.  

These pups will be available to homes within a 5 hour drive of their foster location -- US adopters will not be considered due to vaccine requirements at the border.  We do NOT administer the rabies vaccine to pups under 6 months of age, so these pups can not cross the border.  This is for the health of the puppy.

The pups will be placed with a strictly enforced non-breeding contract and spay/neuter agreement.  Their adoption fee of $800 includes a spay/neuter deposit which will be reimbursed if requested at time of surgery once the pup is old enough.

All of the pups below have now been adopted.

2017-019 Fern (black female) - located in Bancroft - sweet and sassy!
Fern is a confident, independent pup who is full of puppy enthusiasm and ready to join her forever home.  Yep, she petty much always has her tongue sticking out -- so cute!
Fern travels well in the car, is learning her basic commands, is bright and eager to please.
Green girl 27 days old
Green girl 34 days old
41 days old
8 weeks
2017-020 Brown Female, orange collar - located in Bancroft - total love bug - ADOPTED
Orange Girl 27 days old
Orange girl 34 days old
41 days old
 2017-021 Black Female, pink collar - located in Bancroft - big personality!

Pink Girl 27 days old

Pink 34 days old
41 days old

2017-022 Black Female, watermelon collar - located in Guelph - sweet as pie -ADOPTED
Watermelon Girl 27 days old
Watermelon 34 days old
41 days old

59 days old

2017-024 Black Female, black collar - located in Guelph - adorable pup. ADOPTED
Black Girl 27 days old

Black girl 34 days
41 days old
59 days old

2017-018 Brown Male, blue collar located in Guelph, ON - a bit of a shy fella'
update -ADOPTED
MALE 27 days old

Male 34 days old
41 days old
59 days old