Here's a glimpse of the Newfoundland puppies:
"The massive Newfoundland is a strikingly large, powerful working dog of heavy bone and dignified bearing. The sweet-tempered Newfie is a famously good companion and has earned a reputation as a patient and watchful 'nanny dog' for kids.
A male Newfoundland can weigh up to 150 pounds and stand 28 inches at the shoulder; females typically go 100 to 120 pounds. The Newf head is majestic, the expression soft and soulful. The outer coat is flat and coarse. Colors are gray, brown, black, and a black-and-white coat named for artist Sir Edwin Landseer, who popularized the look in his paintings. The Newfie breed standard says that a sweet temperament is the 'most important single characteristic of the breed.'
The Newf's sterling character is expressed in their affinity for kids. Trusting and trainable, Newfs respond well to gentle guidance. These noble giants are among the world's biggest dogs, and acquiring a pet that could outweigh you comes with obvious challenges."
Cadillac Ranch Newfies
LOCATED IN NORTHERN IDAHO
In 2021, our family adopted two purebred Newfoundlands in the hopes of training them to be service companions.
It was with great surprise, our newfs were pregnant and delivered 9 healthy puppies on Easter Sunday.
The parents, Buford and Bernice, have been examined by veterinarians and given a clean bill of health. This is their first (and last) litter of puppies.
These 12-week old puppies have had their first two rounds of vaccinations as well as age-appropriate dewormers.
All of our puppies have currently found their forever families.