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    • Newfoundland | SaveARescue.org
      • The Newfoundland was, and still is, an outstanding instinctive water rescue dog. Many owe their lives to members of the breed. In 1919 a gold medal was awarded to a Newfoundland that pulled to safety a lifeboat containing twenty shipwrecked people. It has been called the St. Bernard of the water.
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  2. Available Dogs | National Newfoundland Rescue Adoptable Dogs Our Online Applications are Powered by Clear Filter Angus Male Newfoundland ***Angus is still being evaluated and decompressing at this time. His foster is getting to know him and developing a wishlist to find hi... show more Adopt Ash Male Young Newfoundland (mixed) 75 Large

  3. Newfs are absolutely wonderful with children. Newfoundlands need to be with their people. This intelligent breed is protective and intuitive. Newfoundlands have been known to rescue people from danger, especially from drowning. Newfoundlands can live in an apartment or in a home with a small yard. Newfs need to be protected from hot temperatures.

  4. Welcome to National Newfoundland Rescue! We are a Foster Based 501c3 non-profit Newfoundland & Newfoundland Mix Rescue dedicated to saving the lives of Newfoundland dogs across America. Please use the link below to meet our wonderful dogs looking for their forever homes and find out how you can help us in our mission!

  5. Providing A National Rescue Network Find Local Rescue Contacts Support Us Donate Online Now Our Sustainers - Monthly Donations Giving Center Download Our Annual Report Download PDF You have the right to... Contact Us Mt. Horeb, WI 53572 Contact the NCA correspondence@ncadogs.org

  6. NCNE Rescue only covers the six New England states (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut). To find a rescue organization in your area, you may wish to visit these rescue sites for contact information: Newfoundland Rescue Contact Listing Contact Us rescue@newfclubne.org (855) NEWFIES (855) 639-3437 Available

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