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Some very wide progress gaps can exist between breeds, especially depending on the number of breeders who have dogs and breedings of this breed.
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Newfoundland ##STADE## - coat 51
Characteristics of this breed:
A large dog with a thick double coat, known for its beauty. They are very strong and loyal as well as being courageous and affectionate dogs.

Characteristics in Dogzer:

A dog with excellent skills in retrieving and training


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Newfoundland ##STADE## - coat 1340000376

 Grade: (15 votes)
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 2 dogs have this coat.
Newfoundland ##STADE## - coat 1462

 Stage: Adult
 Grade: (37 votes)
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 13 dogs have this coat.
Newfoundland ##STADE## - coat 1468

 Stage: Adult
 Grade: (20 votes)
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 5 dogs have this coat.
Newfoundland: the Saint-Bernard of the sea

The Newfoundland - also called the Newfoundland retriever - is a dog breed originally from Canada, more specifically the Dominion of Newfoundland. They are used as search and rescue dogs and as such they have been nicknamed the Saint-Bernard of the sea.

Newfoundlands come from a cross-breed between large hunting dogs and dogs indigenous to the Dominion of Newfoundland. In trying to improve the breed, the Newfoundland was cross-bred with other breeds. Their physical characteristics were finally settled in the early 19th century. There were used at the time to pull up dead tree trunks. However, Newfoundlands were often used on the fishing boats where the fishers asked them to not only pull on board the fishing nets but also to save people who fell into the sea.

Newfoundlands are sea search and rescue dogs by nature. In addition to their webbed feet, they are equipped with a thick water-resistant coat with a soft and dense under-coat which protects them from icy waters. The Newfoundland is the only dog breed that can swim for hours and stay dry and warm. What''s more, they make excellent companions. They are very obedient and affectionate to their master. Even though they aren''t destructive dogs, Newfoundlands need strict training as this giant dog can become uncontrollable.
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Un Terre Neuve
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Un Terre Neuve dans la mer
Un Terre Neuve marche dans l'eau d'un lac