Newfypoo: The Newfoundland & Poodle Mix

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Many of us humans want a dog for many reasons.

Some of us want something furry to cuddle up with at night, and some want a guard dog that will protect them from intruders, others just want a best friend.

The Newfypoo is a dog that can be all of this and more.

The Newfypoo is a big dog that is crossbred with the Newfoundland and the Poodle.

With two parent breeds that have many talents and amazing traits, the Newfypoo is an excellent crossbreed that is popular and loved by many people.

They also have alternative names that are creative, like Newdle and Poofoundland.

If you want to know how much to feed a Newfypoo, what it takes to train them, how to maintain their coat, and more, read on to the end of this article to know everything you need to know about this dog breed before deciding to buy one of these big guys.

Newfypoo Puppies – Before You Buy…

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The Newfypoo Puppies are so cute.

Before deciding to buy a new dog, it is essential to make sure that you are ready to commit fully to having one.

Make sure that you have the time and energy to care for any dog, especially the Newfypoo with its size and energy levels.

Once you are sure that you want a lifelong furry friend, you are ready to go out and buy one of these pups.

What Price are Newfypoo Puppies?

The usual price of a Newfypoo puppy is between $500 to $1600.

The amount depends on things like the gender, where females usually cost more than the males of a litter, the breeder that you are buying from, and the popularity of the dog breed in your area.

You also have to prepare for additional costs such as transportation if someone else is bringing the dog to you, or how much it will cost for you to get there if the breeder lives far away.

You have to consider, also, adoption fees if you decide to adopt one of these pups.

How to Find Reputable Newfypoo Breeders?

When choosing where and who to buy your dog from, it is essential to make sure that it is someone trustworthy.

Buying from someone that knows hardly anything about the dog breed itself could lead to you buying a puppy that might not even be a Newfypoo or might have health issues that you don’t know about.

Be sure to check out the home of the breeder to see the condition of the puppy’s parents.

If the puppy’s parents have any health conditions or are aggressive, your puppy may behave the same way that they do.

If any of the dogs are very aggressive in the litter, it may show that the breeders have not been treating them well.

It will also come in handy if you research the breeder you are choosing beforehand to see how other customers have felt about their services.

Check for things like immunization records and information on whether or not they have been neutered or spayed, as these aspects can significantly influence the price.

3 Little-Known Facts about Newfypoo Puppies

  1. This dog has a great history, with two very popular dogs as their parent breeds. The Poodle was a circus and performance dog due to their ability to be trained and their intelligence. They were also bred to hunt, making their athletic skills exceptional.
  2. The Newfoundland is very similar in popularity having helped rescue men from shipwrecks and assisting fishermen in pulling nets of fish and standing guard when needed.
  3. The Newfypoo, having a combination of the amazing traits of their ancestors, can act as a guard dog, a companion, helper, and more. They are also excellent dogs for those of you that love swimming, with two-parent breeds that were bred to work in water.

Physical Traits of the Newfypoo

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The Newfypoo loves a company of other dogs.

Coming from two large dog breeds, the Newfypoo can be a huge dog, with some dogs of this breeds growing large enough to be classified in the giant-sized dog category.

Being a crossbreed, the Newfypoo can come out in a variety of different ways.

Some dogs of this breed can develop the head shape of the Newfoundland, with a broad and square muzzle. Others might have more pointy and long muzzles like the Poodle.

Lastly, some dogs of the breed can have a mixture of both, so as you can see this dog can have many different looks.

Their ears can be either droop and hand downward or positioned on the uppermost part of their head and fold forward.

Their coats are medium in length and density, curly, and can be a variety of colors. These colors include black, white, silver, pied, brown, red, gray, blue, and cream.

This dog’s coat is very easy to maintain and take care of since they do not need frequent baths.

But, if you are able, it is recommended to brush them every day or weekly to ensure that their coat stays beautiful.

It is prone to tangling due to its texture, so it is good to be aware of that.

How Big is a Full-Grown Newfypoo?

The Newfypoo is a large dog with heights that range from 21 to 25 inches, with females of this breed being slightly smaller than the males.

A healthy weight for this dog breed is 85 to 110 pounds with anything below or above being unsafe. They reach their full size by 18 months, which is about a year and a half.

What is the Life Expectancy of the Newfypoo?

The Newfypoo lives from 8 to 12 years, which is somewhat shorter than the average amount for other large dog breeds.

Their lifespan can be even shorter without proper care and attention, so make sure that if you decide to commit to having this giant dog in your life to always feed it properly and provide the right amount of exercise.

Intelligence, Temperament, and Personality Traits of the Newfypoo

Newfypoos are kind-hearted, playful creatures that can get along with anyone and anything with proper socialization.

If they aren’t, they can show dominant behavior and may have a hard time listening to you and may even try to be the alpha in your household.

They love children, but you have to monitor any playtime between the two. With how large the Newfypoo is, children may try to ride on its back which can lead to the child hurting the dog.

With sensitive bones and joints, a child may cause damage to this gentle giant due to their weight. The child also has the risk of falling off the dog, resulting in injury as well.

Other than this, the Newfypoo is very protective of children and anyone else that it loves and will work to keep you and your family out of danger.

They are brilliant dogs, with a strong loyalty that will last them their whole lifetime. They are also easy to train an enjoy thinking exercises as much as physical ones.

The Newfypoo’s Diet

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The Newfypoos love children, and playing in the snow.

With a dog this large, it is natural for it to require a significant amount of food to maintain its health and body weight.

They usually need 3 to 4 cups of food and 5 cups for those that have a Newfypoo a bit larger than the usual size.

It is always a good choice for you to visit your local vet when you first bring your puppy home to see what suggestions they have on taking care of your Newfypoo to ensure that it has a happy and healthy life.

How Much Exercise Does the Newfypoo Need?

Like most dog breeds out there, the Newfypoo needs a moderate amount of exercise a day to make sure that it stays in shape.

They need about at least an hour of exercise a day to maintain their health. These activities can include merely playing outside in your yard or going to the dog park.

If you enjoy jogging and going on long walks, this can work as well.

Since this dog is very fond of water, they will enjoy swimming more than any other physical activity.

With a dog this size, their bones and joints are very sensitive so jumping and playing rough could lead to damage and injury, so swimming is an excellent activity as it gives a great amount of work to the body without any risk of injury.

Newfypoo Health and Conditions

A Newfypoo is a huge dog, and as many dog lovers know, most large dog breeds have quite a few health risks.

With weak joints and bones and other problems, the Newfypoo is prone to many diseases, which is why their lifespan is shorter than other dog breeds.

Serious Issues:

  • Cataracts
  • Canine Hip Dysplasia
  • Sebaceous Adenitis
  • Subaortic Stenosis
  • Gastric Dilation-Volvulus

Minor Issues:

  • Cherry Eye
  • Retinal Dysplasia
  • Glaucoma
  • Dilated Cardiomyopathy

My Final Thoughts on the NewfypooNewfypoo guide

This is a great dog to have in any home and can be friends with anyone in your family, including other pets.

If you like what you have read, be sure to go out and find one of these pups to love and be loved by.

I hope this guide has helped you learn more about this remarkable dog and helped you make a decision.

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