Super cute tea cup Yorkie puppies for adoption are still available for any lovey home. We have two puppies for adoption, one male and one female. Vet checked, AKC registered and disease free. They are 11 weeks old now. Will be coming with all health papers .I am using my friends account so please text/call if you are interested in them..(540) 300-8476 Yvette Tyrra
We have a female applehead chihuahua named Daisy who is looking for a mate. Mark guinn
Super cute tea cup Yorkie puppies for adoption are still available for any lovey home. We have two puppies for adoption, one male and one female. Vet checked, AKC registered and disease free. They are 11 weeks old now. Will be coming with all health papers .i am using my friends account so text/call if you are interested in them..(540) 300-8476 Yvette Tyrra
I'm looking for a little applehead. I just lost my best friend in the whole world. I never thought I could hurts so much in my life. My beloved Gloria is gone and now I have all this love to share with a little one. But I'm having a problem finding them in my area. I'm looking for a female smooth coat. I'm hopeing to find a black and tan baby. She was my world and I'm so lost without her. Can someone please help me find my new baby? I don't have a lot of money even though my baby was a show dog. But when I got her I retired her. So papers are not important to me I just want one that is a applehead and will not get any bigger than 6 pounds. Thank you so much for listening. Bernadette Smallwood
Full blooded apple head chihuahua hes a year old good with kids and house train asking 100.00 or best offer call amanda 7044181903 Amanda Osborne
We have a 5lb Chorky and would like to breed him so we can have two of them does anyone know who I can get a hold of? Lori
The Newfoundland dog is favored by fishermen, frequently kept as a companion and helper. It is a very large dog with great strength, a double thick coat, and is a master at swimming long distances. It also has a calm temperament is calm and is dependable. This is a working dog with the perfect combination of traits for water rescues and life saving, and it excels at it.
The Newfoundland is very protective of its family. It gets along well with strangers, both humans and animals, as long as they do not present a threat. But the Newfie prefers to keep a separation between its family and any intruders. It will place itself physically between its family and strangers rather than bark, growl or bite. When selecting a Newfoundland, look for joint dysplasia and heart problems.
Breed Type The Newfoundland dog is a working breed. This breed is known for its water rescue capabilities, and it has also been a frequent companion and helper for fishermen. The Newfoundland is best suited to cool climates.
Background The Newfoundland breed originated on the island of Newfoundland. Its ancestors include the St. John's Dog and large Mastiffs. The Newfoundland was used to pull fishing nets and equipment, and has also been involved in numerous large water rescue operations.
Popular hybrids include the Bernefie, a cross between the Newfoundland and the Bernese Mountain Dog.
Description The Newfoundland is a large dog with a long, wavy coat. Colors include black, black and blue, bronze, brown and gray. Those with a white coat with black markings are called Landseer, and in some countries are considered a separate breed. The head and muzzle are broad, the ears small and pendant, and the eyes dark brown. The nose is usually black, but is brown on bronze Newfies. Males are 27-29 inches tall and weigh 130-150 pounds. Females measure 25-27 inches tall and weigh 100-120 pounds.
Care and Feeding The Newfoundland's diet should contain fish, pork, poultry and lamb, and should provide ample fat. The Newfoundland needs to be brushed at least once a week, and more when shedding. Occasional dry shampoo is best to keep from stripping away the coat's oils. The Newfoundland's hind dewclaws should be removed.
Annual checkups are advised. Vaccinations should be administered on the following schedule:
Amanda - 2010-12-11 I love my newfie. They are also very sensitive to people. They want to make you happy. They above all enjoy your company most of all. If you are super busy and don't have time to spend with you Newfie this is not the right breed for you they are very dependent on their human companions.
Madonna Simmonds - 2008-10-10 I just love the Newfie dog and not just because I'm from the same island as the breed. They are beautiful animals, and I hope to have one or two of my own real soon. I did have a pet that was part Newfie that was mixed with the black variety Labrador Retriever. Trigger, was the runt of the litter and he turned out to be one of my best friends. He had the look of a Newfie but was smaller than both breeds, and the bonus was he didn't drool at all, and barely shed his coat. I haven't seen many mixes between the Labbie and the Newfie, but if someone wants an average size dog, that doesn't eat a lot, doesn't drool much, and has a coat that hardly sheds, this kind is the best of both breeds. They are protective of the family and will do the same as the full breed Newfie, standing between the aggressor and his family. All in all, either the Lab or Newfie, or a mix between the two, you can't go wrong with either.
Mina - 2012-10-24 I know. She breeds and shows her dogs-I'm sure if there was a dog that had some kind of phsyical or medical flaw she would not even consider buying it (and she would not question her love for the breed.)