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Upcoming Newfoundland Litters

We occasionally have Newfoundland Litters available. We dedicate a lot of love, time, energy, and resources to our dogs and their litters. Finding the right homes for our puppies is crucial for us. Prospective buyers must be committed to training their puppy and ensuring its health and happiness.

I have a home office…so my Newfie Crew can be with me all day, every day. Newfies were bred to share in the work of the family and to spend most of their waking hours working with the family. They thrive on companionship, and they want to be wherever you are. They are happiest living with you in your house and going with you when you go out.

Newfie Breeding. When it comes time for my girls to be bred, I have equipped my program with the technology needed to determine optimal
breeding. Our Bionte V-200 progesterone machine and ultrasound machine make this possible.

Advanced technology meets devoted care. Our personal ultrasound machine plays a crucial role in monitoring our girls throughout pregnancy. We can track their health, assess fetal development in the early stages, and even monitor deliveries for a safe arrival of the puppies.

Early Neurological Stimulation for Newfoundland Puppies has been our philosophy for over forty-five years.  We believe in raising happy, healthy, well-adjusted puppies by showering them with attention from the very first day.

Newfoundland Litters


Currently accepting deposits for 2024 and 2025 litters.

Please contact me for a deposit agreement. 

$500 Non-refundable deposit

You are offered a full refund of your initial deposit if the upcoming Newfie litter does not include a puppy matching your preferred color or sex.

Puppies: $3800

Michael 484-880-7962

See contact page on this website.

What you need to know

The Newfoundland is an impressively large (or giant) dog breed that can weigh up to 150-170  pounds. Known for their strength and swimming abilities, Newfoundlands are capable of saving a drowning person, pulling fishing nets from the sea, or even hauling lumber. However, what truly distinguishes the Newfoundland breed is their sweet and gentle personality. Despite growing big and strong, Newfoundland puppies have a naturally loving nature and particularly enjoy being around children. They are known for their patience and loyalty, making them an ideal family pet. With proper care, love, and attention, a Newfoundland can become a cherished and devoted member of any household.
The Newfoundland is generally a healthy breed. However, like many breeds, Newfoundlands may have some health issues that could be inherent to the breed. Some dogs may face these health challenges in their lives, but the majority of Newfoundlands are healthy dogs. 

Origin: Canada

Year Recognized: 1886

Breed History & Job Description: Canadian fishermen have long relied on Newfoundlands as exceptional working dogs on ships, with a talent for dramatic water rescues. Newfoundlands are natural swimmers with webbed feet and are strong enough to rescue a grown man from drowning. Their reputation as rescuers is legendary, similar to the role of the Saint Bernard in the Alps. In addition to their lifesaving abilities, Newfoundlands also assisted by hauling fishing nets to shore and transporting the day’s catch to market.

Personality: Sweet, patient, and devoted.
Energy Level: Regular Exercise and plenty of time to sleep by your side.
Good with Children: Great with children
Good with Other Dogs: Great with other dogs
Shedding: Moderate…effective grooming is helpful
Grooming: We have great support system to help you with this.
Trainability: Agreeable and humorously stubborn
Average Height: 28 inches (male), 26 inches (female)
Weight: 130-170pounds (male), 100-130 pounds (female)
Life Expectancy: 9-14 years-We have longevity in our bloodlines.
Barking Level: Only to alert. Or when they want treats.

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