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Newfoundlands: the most honest dog breed review you'll ever find about Newfoundland temperament, personality, and behavior. Newfoundland Temperament, Personality, Behavior, Traits, and Characteristics, by Michele Welton.
Early socialization is critical in developing a stable temperament, for some male Newfoundlands are aggressive with other male dogs, and a very few may be dominant-aggressive toward people. The Newfoundland is not a pushover -- he has an independent streak and must learn his manners -- but he responds well to patient obedience training. To keep this breed healthy, I strongly recommend following all of the advice on my Newfoundland Health Page. To learn more about training Newfoundlands to be calm and well-behaved, consider my dog training book, Teach Your Dog 100 English Words.
It's a unique Vocabulary and Respect Training Program that will make your Newfoundland the smartest, most well-behaved companion you've ever had. Teaches your dog to listen to you, to pay attention to you, and to do whatever you ask him to do. My dog buying guide, Dog Quest: Find The Dog Of Your Dreams, will teach you everything you need to know about finding a healthy Newfoundland. If you'd like to consult with me personally about whether the Newfoundland might be a good dog breed for your family, I offer a Dog Breed Consulting Service.

Once you have your Newfoundland home, you need to KEEP him healthy -- or if he's having any current health problems, you need to get him back on the road to good health. My dog health care book, 11 Things You Must Do Right To Keep Your Dog Healthy and Happy is the book you need.
Raise your dog the right way and you will be helping him live a longer, healthier life while avoiding health problems and unnecessary veterinary expenses. When you're acquiring a Newfoundland PUPPY, you're acquiring potential -- what he one day will be.
But when you acquire an adult dog, you're acquiring what he already IS and you can decide whether he is the right dog for you based on that reality.
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The beautifulNewfoundland dog in the photograph above is Diva, owned by For Love of a Dog customer, Phyllis in the UK. Young Newfoundlands need enough exercise to keep them lean and healthy, but not so much that their soft growing bones, joints, and ligaments become over-stressed and damaged.
More than most other breeds, Newfoundlands need a great deal of companionship and do not like being left alone for more than a few hours. Most people are not prepared for how much Newfoundlands slobber and drool, especially after eating or drinking.

Health problems have become so widespread in dogs today that this book is required reading for ANYONE who is thinking of getting a purebred, crossbred, or mixed breed dog.
There are plenty of adult Newfoundlands who have already proven themselves NOT to have negative characteristics that are "typical" for their breed. Adult Newfoundlands need more exercise to keep them in shape, but not in hot or humid weather for fear of overheating.
Otherwise, left alone, young Newfoundlands become bored and destructive -- and their powerful jaws can literally destroy your living room. With their large body and strong energy, Newfies can keep children well, such as keeping them from running on public roads (of course to be able to do that requires special training).Health IssuesNewfoundland dogs have some health problems. Newfoundlands are prone to hip and elbow dysplasia (abnormal fit of the ball and socket in the hip and elbow joint), and cystinuria (bladder stones).

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