The First Step to Adopting
If you see a dog that you would like to adopt, the first step is to download, complete and return our Adoption Application (get the application from the Forms section). Once we receive and review your application, we will contact you if you would be a suitable match for one of our current dogs. Please be patient; we are a volunteer run group and it may take us a while to contact potential adopters. Please visit our FAQ page if you have questions about our adoption process.
Already Have an Application with Us on File?
If you have previously submitted an application and are currently on our waiting list, and you see a dog listed here that is of interest to you, please send us an email letting us know that you would like to be considered for that dog.
Consider Fostering to Help Newfs in Need
We can only help as many dogs as we have foster homes and foster homes are desperately needed! If you think you'd like to foster a Newf in need please complete the Foster Home Application (get the application from the Forms section) and return it to us.
Not sure if you can handle fostering? Read this article to learn one volunteer's viewpoint: How do Fosters Do It?
NOTE: This list is updated daily. Unless otherwise noted in their bio, all of the dogs listed are available for adoption.
This adorable newf mix pup is gentle, well mannered and a real gem! Read all about Wally here.
This gentle and friendly boy was picked up as a stray by animal control and is currently on medical hold, recovering in foster care. Rufus is a social butterfly who loves to soak up attention. He is unable to hear, so is looking for a special family where he will get the little bit of extra support he needs to be safe and secure. Read more about him here.
If you are looking for a Newfoundland Dog puppy please refer to our national list of NDCC breeders to see who has pups available.
Visit our Happy Endings Page to read about all of the Newfs who have found great new homes through Newf Friends!