At this time we do not anticipate puppies prior to April 2021.
A few things to note:
*Yes there is a shortage of well bred Newfoundlands puppies- this is due in part to the Veterinary industry experiencing operational restrictions due to Covid (among many other factors.)
* Black Male puppies are the most requested puppy- if you are looking for a black male puppy- be aware most other puppy buyers are also.
* We DO NOT TAKE DEPOSITS- we can not guarantee you a puppy prior to them passing Board Certified Cardiology Checks at 10 weeks of age.
* We DO NOT DO waiting lists--emails and consistent communication is our "waiting list"
*We DO NOT anticipate any litters of color prior to 2023.
In our opinion here are a few quick tips of things to avoid when shopping for your puppy...
**A breeder offering multiple colors are once- especially from the same litter
**NON REFUNDABLE DEPOSITS-- of any amount
**Breeders who will ship without meeting you- or without MANY MANY extensive Phone conversations
** Regular production of Brown and White, Grey and White, and Beige/Cream Newfoundlands, these colors are NOT recognized by the Newfoundland Club of America- CAN NOT BE SHOWN- thus there is no real reason to produce them knowingly.
**Breeding dogs under the age of 24 months ESPECIALLY BITCHES--official OFA Certifications can not be achieved until 24 months of age
**Online Payment options posted on a website
**Having multiple breeds- in excess of 3 other breeds approach with caution
** Owning more than 6 bitches AND not showing or competing- approach with caution
** Pricing- please remember you often get what you pay for- the lower the cost the less likely it is to look like a Newfoundland
We are always here to help and advise individuals along their puppy search!!