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2007 The Hitching Post Family Farm 

           

Born July 10th 2014
Raven and Fogerty - Blacks

The Boy


HOLD- Blue

The Girls


SOLD - Haley Grace - TN


HOLD - Yellow
 
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*2 year Health Guarantee
Deposit- $250

Price for puppies - Black, Landseer
Limited AKC: $1200
Price for puppies - Brown, Gray, Irish Spotted
Limited AKC: $1400

Full AKC:  -
only to reputable breeders and show families
please contact us

*deposits are non-refundable

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BROWNS

"Sunny"
(dam)
HIP- Good, Cystinuria-clear, Eyes-normal, Heart-no murmurs


"Dove"
(dam)
HIP- Good, Cystinuria-clear, Eyes-normal, Heart-no murmurs


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Landseer

"Fogerty"
(sire)
HIP-OFA Good, Cystinuria-clear, Eyes-normal, Heart-no murmurs,
 *Champion bloodlines


 

"Lacey"
(dam)
HIP-Good, Cystinuria-clear, Eyes-normal, Heart-no murmurs


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Irish Spotted
"Bean"
(sire) Kramer and Blossom Baby
HIP-Good, Cystinuria-clear, Eyes-normal, Heart-no murmurs


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BLACK
"Raven"
(dam)
HIP-Good, Cystinuria-clear, Eyes-normal, Heart-no murmurs


Raven with Fogerty

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The Newfoundland is a large, strong, heavy-coated, active dog. He is a multi-purpose dog, capable of heavy work. In Newfoundland, he was used as a working dog to pull nets for fisherman and to haul wood from the forest. He has true lifesaving instincts and is natural swimmer. The breed as we know it today was developed largely in 19th century England and America.

At first, the Newfoundland may appear to be placid, but he is a fairly active dog that enjoys and needs daily exercise. Newfoundlands should be okay in small yards, provided it is kept clean and he is given exercise. They should not be left in sun or parked cars unattended. Grooming is essential for the Newfoundland. Brushing often means less bathing. 

Being intelligent dogs, Newfoundlands are readily trained. The best time to being training is at two months. 

According to the AKC Standard, "The Newfoundland is a sweet-dispositioned dog that acts neither dull nor ill-tempered. He is a devoted companion. The Newfoundland is a large, heavily coated, well balanced dog that is deep-bodied, heavily boned, muscular, and strong." Sweetness of temperament is the hallmark of the Newfoundland this is the single most important characteristic
of the breed.

   Fogerty  Bean
 
Blossom Sunny
Elsie Lacey Dove

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Blossom


Tusk at 5 months


Breeze 2007


Chainy as a baby


Chainy's Baby Bacchus

WATER SPORTS


Tusk on Frog Patrol


Tusk and son Samson


Newfie "play area"


"Cat Time"
                

Kramer RIP waiting for his "Bear Hug"


Annie and her baby 3rd and 4th generation to the farm!

 

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