We are a family from Nampa, Idaho that has a few great Newfoundland Dogs named Nana, Bruce, and Thelma. We are not a kennel or anything like it. Just a family who loves their dogs and would like to share the joy they bring us, with you. Prices for our puppies range from $800 to $2500 depending on registration options, color, and other factors. Please Contact us for specifics. For more information on the Newfoundland breed and Our Dogs, visit the Our Dogs page. Or read the latest news below:
KEEPER had her Puppies February 22, 2012. They are 3 1/2 weeks old in these pics. She had 6 boys and 6 girls. The boys pics are first. The second 6 pics are the girls. We have two girls available. Please call or email if you have questions.
Keeper came into heat unexpectedly right at Christmas and was bred before we knew it. We went into the Vet for an ultrasound to see if she is expecting. She is due about the first of March. Bruce is the sire of this litter. This litter will be ready for their new families about the first week of May 2012.
Call Sonya to reserve your puppy today.
The year 2011 has been the most eventful Newf year I have had. On Memorial day weekend Bruce was running across the neighbors yard a hit a hole. He started yelping. We ran to him and thought he had broken his leg. My son, Tanner picked him up and hauled him over to our house (170lbs worth). We went to the Vet it was not broken but after many Vet visits and examines, they concluded he had torn all the tendons in his left front ankle.They could operate but were not confident that the operation would be successful. I opted not to do that. He now walks with a limp. He can kind of hurry along but not too great.
In September 2011, My Nana was diagnosed with bone cancer. She was being confined in the kennel because she was in heat. She started limping and I thought how could she have hurt herself in the Kennel. I took her to the doctor and she called to tell me that Nana had bone cancer. Pretty far advanced into her lungs. She passed away in October. We dearly miss her.
After much deliberation we decided to have Thelma spayed. She had what they call “silent heats”. She did not put off enough scent to attract Bruce. With both her litters we had to have her artificially inseminated. It is a long difficult process and so we spayed her without knowing that Nana had cancer.
She is our new female we got from Toronto Canada. She comes from good healthy bloodlines. She was raised on a acreage where she had plenty of room to run and have fun in the beautiful outdoors of Canada. Wolves come right up to their barn. She had a nice large frame, sweet “want to please” personality. She is 135lbs and about 26 inches at the shoulder. She has had prelims done on her hips and they looked normal. We have been very pleased with her.We think she will have beautiful puppies. She’ll be the mother of our litters going forward. You can find pictures of her on her new page here.
All of Nana’s puppies are sold, but we wanted to let you see what they look like.
All of Thelma’s litter is sold, but we wanted to let you see what they look like.
Nana had a litter only 2 days after Thelma! So her’s were born on the 25th of May. They’re all healthy and doing great. Here’s pictures:
Thelma’s litter was born May 23rd. They are 3 weeks today. All are thriving and doing great. Call to reserve your puppy.