I have been privileged to adopt 3 Newfoundlands from the local rescue of the Newfoundland Club. They are dedicated wonders to the breed and do amazing work.
the three Newfs I have adopted have been special needs dogs and the rescue has gone above and beyond for these majestic dogs.
Beyond what they have done for the dogs the education and support that I have received has been wonderful.
I adopted 2 dogs from North Central Newfoundland Club Rescue . My first dog Keira was 18 months old and her previous owners turned her into rescue because the had a new baby. When I adopted Keira she was spayed, up to date on all shot and was healthy. My second dog Benjamin was originally a foster that I later adopted. When Benjamin was turned over to rescue he was a mess with allergies, skins issues and 2 ruptured CCL that had not been repaired. Benjamin could not stand on his rear legs and walked by using his front legs and dragging his rear legs behind him. Benjamin who was appr 2-3 years had severe muscle atrophy in his rear and spine and most likely had not been using his rear legs for at least 1 1/2 yrs prior to his surrender. Newfoundland Club of America Charitable Trust along with North Central Newfoundland Club paid for Benjamin's Cruciate Ligament Surgeries and now Benjamin running to the door to go for long walks. These organizations truly saved Benjamin's life.