Wally The Newfoundland Dog Is Twittering

Wally created a twitter account and will try to post daily updates, which you can read in the right sidebar there under “Wally’s Updates”. Twitter is some silly online service that allows one to post short phrases about anything, but usually concerning what you’re currently doing. And here’s a recent video of Wally playing in the kids’ pool:

Wally Likes Legs

Wally, our nine month old, 120 pound Newfoundland dog, likes to hump legs, chairs, cars… anything that will stand still for him. The breeder we got him from doesn’t want us to neuter him until he’s 18 months old due to research indicating that their growth can be disrupted due to hormone imbalance. Or something. Unfortunately, he’s at the adolescent age where he wants to mate with everything, and when

An Update About Wally

Our Newfoundland dog, Wally, is five months old and weighs 60 pounds, which is average for the breed. He’s not fat nor skinny. We feed him about six cups of dry food (Canidae) a day, which is mixed with a little water and canned food. He’s forever hungry. His jowls are developing now, such that he drools occasionally. His eyes are beginning to have that bagged look, too; more fluid

Answers About Newfoundland Dogs

We’ve had Wally the Newfoundland Dog for a week. Here are some common questions I get about him, including some observations: He’s so cute and laid back! What puppies aren’t cute? His fur will change as he gets older, although it will still remain soft and long, requiring brushing at least once a week. He’ll probably need a bath every 2-3 weeks, too. His paws are huge! He’s going to

Meet Wally The Newfoundland Dog

Wally (short for Walter) the Newfoundland Dog was born on March 12, 2008, in Fairbanks, Newfoundland (on New World Island) from Seagirt Kennels. He’s 10 weeks old and weighs 20 pounds, expected to exceed 150 pounds in about 18 months. Photos: