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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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Wednesday, February 29, 2012



I've been adopted! Yay me!

Helloooooo Newfie people! I'm Chloe! I'm told I'm a sweet and gorgeous little Landseer bundle of love. I guess I am, I'm not sure but I know that I love when every single person that meets me coos and ooohs and aaaahhhs and gives me snuggles. It's awesome!

I love toys!
Born on December 13, 2012, I am just a baby, weighing a mere 30 lbs but I will grow into a big, lovely adult and will probably weigh around 120 lbs. I'm looking for an active family that will have time to help me in grow into a hallmark friendly Newf (I'm actually already well on my way!). I'm hoping that my new family will enroll me in at least one level of obedience and introduce me to loads of new dogs, people, places and things so that I grow into a well mannered and well socialized big girl.

Here I am working on my mouth wrestling and tackling skills with one of the older dogs at my foster home. He's so patient with me! I sure hope my new family has a nice dog for me to learn from and play with. I LOVE playing!

Here I am with a 5 year old Landseer girl - I'll be just like her when I'm older!

I'm a little sleepy here....

At my foster home, there are loads of other dogs, ranging in size from tiny to giant, so there is always someone for me to romp and have fun with. I love to play and wrestle and am learning to go outside when I need to go potty. There are also cats around and so far I'm curious about them but am respectful when they tell me to beat it.

Here I am meeting everyone. I wasn't scared at all - everyone was super nice to me and wanted to play. Yayayaa!

I came to the Newf rescue folks on February 29th, 2012 when my family realized that puppies are busy and a whole lotta work (ever see how much a 30 lb pup can pee when learning to be housetrained. Tee hee heee!) They loved me so much and did a terrific job crate training me but after lots of discussion they realized I'd have a better life with another family. They contacted the Newfie folks because they know they'll find me a super duper awesome family. Yahoo!

Here I am with a spunky Beagle cross at my foster home. I'm 10 weeks, she's 10 months and we weigh the same! (she needs a home too actually if you're looking for a smaller fun girl, check out her bio)

I'm a lot sleepy here!

I am being fostered in the Guelph ON area and my awesome new family will have to pick me up in person. An adoption donation of $500 applies and I will be adopted with a strictly enforced non-breeding spay contract.