I’m a dog person. I grew up with dogs and had one as an adult, and now that I have an established family, I want one: I miss having a dog around.
I’m set on getting a Newfoundland Dog. I never had a Newfoundland Dog but I’ve always wanted one: they’re big, gentle, intelligent creatures that will knock you over when they show their affection.
Here are the steps I’m doing to look into getting a Newfoundland dog:
- Find out how much Newfoundland dog breeders charge.
- Find and research local Newfoundland dog breeders.
- See if there are any local Newfoundland dog rescue centers, including checking the SPCA.
- Visit Newfoundland dog breeders in the relative area (New Brunsiwick, Nova Scotia, PEI, and Quebec. Yes, I’m willing to travel to other provinces).
- Find out the waiting time for a pup from the breeder.
- Get a Newfoundland puppy.
- Train the puppy.
I already know a lot about the breed; I’ve been researching this for years.
I’ll be posting my progress, updating this post with links to the new posts. The first step being looking into how much they cost.
- Wally Likes Legs
- An Update About Wally
- Answers About Newfoundland Dogs
- Meet Wally The Newfoundland Dog
- I Need A Name For Our New Puppy
- A Newfoundland Puppy
- Greeting a Newfoundland Dog