What We Do With OUr Newfiedoodles
Newfiedoodles (aka Newfypoos) are wonderful dogs and are so much fun to raise as puppies. We have done our homework to find a top quality dry-mouth (non-slobbering) beautiful landseer Newfoundland girl--Bella. Bella, the Newfie, loves to cuddle and to lay around the house. She's a sweet spirited gentle dog who loves children. We bred her with our outstanding dark chocolate poodle, Charlie. Charlie never wants to lead your side. Charlie's super smart and very athletic. Charlie and Bella make the perfect pair to produce outstanding chocolate Newfiedoodles (Newfypoos).
We desire to provide low-to-non-shedding gentle giant Newfiedoodles (Newfypoos) of excellent health, temperament, and looks to loving forever homes. Often forever homes are in the Southeast (our city of Greenville, SC; Charleston, Columbia, Rock Hill; Asheville, Charlotte, Fayetteville, and Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina; Tennessee, Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, and Virginia). We also have families fly in from the Midwest (Chicago, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Detroit), the West (California, Utah, Washington, and the Phoenix area), and especially the Northeast. Newfiedoodles are well loved in Maryland, Connecticut, Delaware, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, New York, New Jersey, and Maine. We've been amazed at the influx of applications from Canada. We never ship, but our vet can give special papers for Canadians to fly back across the border with their Newfypoo pup in hand. It is usually a fairly painless procedure. Newfoundlands and Newfiedoodles seem to practically be the official dog of Canada, and we've been excited to have numerous applicants who actually live in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
- Newfiedoodles are also known as Newfypoos, Newfydoodles, Newfiepoos, Newdles, Newfoundlandpoo, Newfoundlanddoodle, or Poofoundland. Read more about the name debate here.
- Newfiedoodles are 50% Newfoundland and 50% Poodle.
- Many Labradoodle or Goldendoodle owners looking for a larger dog get a Newfiedoodle.
- Typical Newfiedoodle colors are black, chocolate, black and white, or chocolate and white.
- Newfoundlands are comparable to Labradoodles with the following differences:
- Newfiedoodles are usually larger
- Newfiedoodles are usually calmer
- Newfiedoodles usually have blockier head shapes
- Both are outstanding with children and tend to love the water
- Families who have owned Newfoundlands in the past tend to love the following traits of Newfypoos:
- Typically hypoallergenic because of low to non-shedding; less cleanup of dog hair
- More intelligent and easier to train than a purebred Newfoundland
- Usually fewer health issues because of hybrid vigor
- Longer average lifespan (12-14 years, instead of 8-10 years)
- Eat considerably less food than a purebred Newfie
- Hybrid vigor is the result of crossing two diverse gene pools (Poodles + Newfoundlands). Typically the resulting puppy (Newfiedoodle/Newfypoo) has fewer health issues than either parent breed
One of the forever homes who adopted a beautiful Newfypoo (Newdle) pup from us, named her Trinity. They have given us rave reviews about how well she was doing. Here's this Newfypoo (Newdle) pup is at only 12 weeks old. Many dogs are not even ready for any obedience training yet by 12 weeks old, but this Newfiedoodle girl already knows multiple commands. Watch the video below to the end (and be amazed). The poodle side of the equation definitely adds a lot of intelligence and trainability to our Newfiedoodles.