Thank you all so much for a wonderful resource!
Hep! :groovy:I just want to 1) bump this and 2) reminisce! The last post here is me despairing about whether I would ever bring a little bundle of fluff home. That hasn't happened yet, but I've found a wonderful breeder (by attending shows, which I would to recommend anyone interested in Newfs) have formed a great relationship with her, and now after almost a year of anticipation, am waiting for news that the dam has gone into heat and then been bred! There are lots of pitfalls that could happen, but there's a light at the end of this tunnel, and I didn't have to sacrifice good breeding to get what I want so much.
Just some happy news for anyone who's feeling discouraged during the breeder search. It's hard, but it works out. Fear of not finding a breeder soon enough is NOT a good reason to take shortcuts (BYBs, etc).
This may be the wrong place to post that question. You might get more responses if you did it in "general".My family loves our male news. what is the best way to get him exercised? He likes to sleep and do nothing. My kids pet him, love him, throw the ball for him but he does nothing.
LOLed, and dying of the giggles after laughing coffee all over my laptop! PS. We're in the market for a rescue and will happily give that gorgeous creature a happy home where he may drool to his heart's content.The best way would be to take that goofy contraption off of his face Steve. It's making him unhappy. Or let him go to a new home, where he will be loved for what he is - drool and all!!!