Newfoundland is the name of a province in Canada but the breeds of dogs with the same name is not coming from there. Some argue that they were brought into the area by Norway. There is also yng said that Newfoundland is a mixed result Pyrenenan Mountain Dog (brought in by migrants) with the local dogs. Newfoundland is an excellent swimmer, aided by the webbed feet, and has a good record of saving lives at sea. so they are useful for aquaculture activities such as pulling the nets, fall into the water, or help people who drowned. Newfoundland also used by fishermen to pull trains of fish caught to be brought to market.
Newfoundland males have a height of about 69 to 74cm (27-29 inches), weight about 59-68 kg dogs (130-150 pounds). Newfoundland female height 63 to 69cm (25-27 inches), weight 45-54kg (100-120 pounds).
Newfoundlands are known for thick, heavy waterproof coat and webbed feet, which both aid and survival swimming in the sea water temperature is cold. The coat is also very oily and double making it suitable for harsh environments. Newfoundland has great bones, it helps the development of muscle mass that is required by this species to cope with rough seas and strong currents. This coupled with lung enormous with a large capacity, making it easier Newfoundland to swim long distances. Webbed feet adapted for this.
The color of this dog varies between different countries. usually seen in black and tan, solid black, brown or gray and unusual color called ‘Landseer’ the white coat with black markings.
Newfoundland made the family pet is really good. Newfoundland is a strong dog, very polite, gentle and kind. Their loyalty is legendary and they are very good with children, until they get the nickname “nanny dog“.
despite the large size, is very rare to Newfoundland to show aggression in any form. As with any breed of dog, early socialization with children and other pets will only serve to enhance the fun nature of this dog.
Newfoundland able to survive up to 15 years, but Newfoundland does not have the longest life, the average was only 10 years of age.
This breed Vulnerable to hereditary heart disease called sub-aortic stenosis (SAS) and hip dysplasia. Be careful that Newfoundland did not get fat.
SAS – subvalvular aortic stenosis is a congenital heart murmur. It is usually detected by a veterinarian during a routine examination because there are not always symptoms of a presentation to the owner. Depending on the severity of the condition, once diagnosed, can lead to death because it is a condition that is very difficult for veterinarians to treat.
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routine care at home at least once a week. To prevent becoming overweight dog and puts unnecessary pressure on the bone. regular exercise is necessary, at least invited to the streets everyday and the possibility that the dog will be given the opportunity to enjoy swimming.
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