The Newfoundland is a breed of dog that are large and have a fairly thick coat. Newfoundland dog was originally used as working dogs fatherly fishermen in the Dominion of Newfoundland. But at this time known as the Newfoundland breed rescue dog or a baby sitter.
Newfoundland dogs are very good at swimming, webbed feet allow Newfoundland dog can swim freely.
Newfoundland dog's coat color can be black, white, gray and brown. Newfoundland has a 60-70 kg body weight for male Newfoundland dog, and the female 45-55 kg. But the Newfoundland dog can also grow more than that.
Newfoundland dogs have a calm nature and even soft, so it can close with the children. Newfoundland therefore often used as a playmate and guardian of children. With its large and strong energy dog to keep children well, such as keeping the child for not running on public roads, of course to be able to do that requires special training.
- Health Issues
Newfoundland dogs have some health problems. Newfoundlands are prone to hip dysplasia (a malformed ball and socket in the hip joint). They Also get Elbow dysplasia, and cystinuria (a hereditary defect That forms calculi stones in the bladder). Another genetic problem is subvalvular aortic stenosis. This is a common heart defect in Newfoundlands involving defective heart valves. SAS cans cause sudden death at an early age. Therefore, if your pet Newfoundland dog has health problems like that, it is better to immediately take your animal medicine.
Newfoundland Dog Black Color
Newfoundland Dog White and Black Color
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