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The breed originated in Newfoundland and was most likely a combination of the indigenous island dogs and the large black bear dogs brought to Canada by Vikings 1000 years ago.  A true working dog, the Newfoundland was used to haul in fisherman nets, was used as a draught dog, and due to their swimming and life-saving ability, at one time, there was always a Newf aboard every ship. The Newfie stands 28" at the shoulder and weighs 150 lbs.  He makes an excellent family dog.

Newfoundland Breeders:

We currently do not have Newfoundland breeders listed with CADF.

For more information on the Newfoundland breed, please refer to:

Newfoundland Dog Club Of Canada

When you purchase a puppy from a CADF breeder, you are purchasing from a dedicated, conscientious breeder whose priority is to produce healthy specimens of their own breed.

All CADF member breeders have agreed to abide by our Code of Ethics. Our breeders screen their breeding stock for known hereditary problems, specific to their particular breed. This allows you to purchase your puppy with confidence, knowing that your breeder has taken all of the necessary steps to provide you with the healthiest puppy possible.