Brown Newfoundland: price and character

Brown Newfoundland: price and character

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Brown Newfoundland, a dog that we are often used to seeing black, but there is also brown and, believe me, it has nothing to envy to its black version. Even brown, in fact, this is a famous and appreciated breed for its boundless passion for water and for diving into it. It is a feature closely linked to the hair, but not to the color: whether it is a Newfoundland brown or black, the coat is waterproof. The rest of the body is also made for swimming, starting from the webbed legs, to the thing that acts as a rudder.

On the other hand, this dog was born and grew up before becoming a well-known and funny animal, in areas where the climatic and environmental conditions are rather harsh, and had to accompany man hunting and fishing, today we can also find him alongside emergency room operators, in recent years he has kept company with many historical figures such as Napoleone, George II, Wagner and Lord Byron.

Brown Newfoundland dog

The Brown Newfoundland it is one of the three colors foreseen by the breed which can also be with a black coat, the most common, or white with black spots, often defined as “landseer type” even if Landseer is a breed in itself and should not be confused with each other. Given the size, it is not worth making them angry even if they are very good.

The Brown Newfoundland it is known and well accepted both in Europe and in America but in the latter continent it has to elbow with two other colors, bronze and gray. The hair, whatever color it has or will take on, is always very soft, up to seven months, then becomes more shiny as the years go by moulting takes place every 6 months, on the occasion of summer and winter.

Brown Newfoundland: character

Big and fat but tremendously good, ours Brown Newfoundland, as well as those of other colors, it has a friendly character. He does not like to react to provocations and is never aggressive unless it is a question of defending his master, to whom he immediately and immeasurably becomes attached.

Often, it is enough for him to show himself in all his physical power, to frighten and ward off the bad guys.
In the family the Terranova is very tractable and trainable, he is certainly not very comfortable to keep in the apartment, but he is not an active type and therefore does not need to run all day, but he needs to be pampered and to feel part of the family. When it is near waterways or the sea, pay attention to why his noble instinct is to save, so even if there is no real need, sometimes he goes on a mission, on the run, convinced.

Brown Newfoundland: breeding

Of farms of Newfoundland there are several of them, being a well-known breed and very welcome in our “houses” with gardens. If you want to know better where to find a specimen to adopt, you can consult the ENCI website looking for this breed and the officially recognized farms: those you can trust.

Once home, the Newfoundland puppy brown especially in its first year of life needs special attention in feeding, because it is a breed that grows very quickly and must be supported so that the physical structure is immediately solid. Muscles and bones. At the same time, our puppy should not be made obese, otherwise he could suffer from dysplasia in the hips and elbow.

Long-haired brown Newfoundland

The splendid coat of Newfoundland, it's also challenging to maintain: we can't think of it keeping so wildly, without the slightest care. We bosses must therefore make a commitment to brush it removing any blades of grass and pieces of wood. It's not over, it should also be passed with a blower to avoid dermatitis.

Brown Newfoundland: price

The price of a puppy's Brown Newfoundland is at least around 1000 euros, a little for the mass, a little because today this breed proves to be excellent not only for hunting but also for Pet therapy, water rescue, obedience or simply to do the family dog.

Its origins are often linked to bear dogs brought to America by Viking ships but there are also those who believe that its ancestors belong to an Asian breed linked to the Tibetan mastiff. What is certain is that at the time it was used in hunting, for towing, for fishing and also for guarding villages, it could have common origins with the Labrador.

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