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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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Thursday, November 19, 2015



Nov 29/15: I was adopted!

New arrivals Noodles is making herself at home in foster care.  She is a total love-bug who enjoys spending time with people, getting lots of belly rubs, hugs and attention.

Noodles thrives on attention and loves to be groomed, handled and to stick close to people.  She is gentle and friendly and would be very happy to have a family where someone is around a lot of the time and where she will have many opportunities to hang out with people.  She adores children and would be a great match for a family with well mannered kids.

She is uninterested in other dogs, not really keen on playing with them.  She pays little attention to dogs she meets at the park or while out and about.    If a dog gets in her face wanting to play she will give an appropriate signal to let them know she is not interested in their shenanigans, then will move along.  She would love a family where she could be the  only dog and get all of the love to herself! Or she could join a family with a mellow dog who is equally uninterested in horsing around.


She pays little attention to small animals (cats, squirrels, etc) so could potentially join a family with a dog savvy cat.

Born on September 28, 2008 she just turned 7 years old and appears to be in good health.  A retired dam she has now been spayed and will be brought UTD on vaccines before adoption.

Noodles is being fostered in Toronto.  Her approved adopters will be required to pick her up in person.  An adoption donation of $500 applies.