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General Appearance: The Newfador, also known as the New Labralound or Labrafoundland, is a robust and well-proportioned dog exhibiting a harmonious blend of characteristics inherited from its parent breeds, the Newfoundland and Labrador Retriever. This breed possesses a sturdy build, muscular frame, and a confident yet gentle demeanor.

 

Size: The Newfador is a large-sized dog, with males typically ranging from 24 to 29 inches in height at the shoulder and females slightly smaller, between 22 to 27 inches. Weight can vary depending on individual genetics and gender, with males weighing between 100 to 150 pounds and females slightly lighter, ranging from 80 to 120 pounds.

 

Head: The head of the Newfador is proportionate to the body, broad and well-defined, with a distinct stop. The muzzle is strong and square, neither too long nor too short, and adorned with a prominent black nose. Eyes are expressive, medium-sized, and set well apart, imparting a gentle yet alert expression. Ears are pendant, hanging close to the head and framing the face.

 

Body: The body of the Newfador is powerful and muscular, with a broad chest, deep ribcage, and strong, level back. The shoulders are well laid-back, providing ample support for the dog's substantial frame. The tail is thick and carried in line with the back or with a slight upward curve when alert or in motion.

 

Coat: The Newfador's coat is dense, double-layered, and water-resistant, inherited from its Newfoundland ancestry. The outer coat is coarse and straight, while the undercoat is soft and insulating. The coat may come in a variety of colors, including black, brown, or Landseer (black and white), with possible markings or patches.

 

Temperament: Renowned for its gentle and affectionate nature, the Newfador is a devoted companion and family pet. This breed is known for its intelligence, loyalty, and eagerness to please, making it highly trainable and adaptable to various living environments. Newfadors thrive on human companionship and are excellent with children, making them ideal family dogs.

 

Gait: The Newfador moves with a smooth, effortless gait, exhibiting good reach and drive. Movement should be balanced and coordinated, with a steady and purposeful stride that reflects the breed's strength and athleticism.

 

Health: As with any hybrid breed, the Newfador may inherit certain health issues from its parent breeds, such as hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and heart conditions. Responsible breeding practices, regular veterinary care, and a nutritious diet can help mitigate potential health concerns and ensure the overall well-being of the breed.

 

The Newfador, a cross between the Newfoundland and Labrador Retriever, is a majestic and gentle giant known for its loyal disposition, affectionate nature, and unwavering devotion to its family. With its impressive size, intelligent demeanor, and loving temperament, the Newfador makes an excellent companion for individuals and families seeking a devoted canine companion to share their lives with.

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Question & Answer

Can You Register a Newfador?

Yes, you can register your puppy or dog with the Designer Kennel Club. The DKC is the best registry for the designer dog breed. 

Can I get Papers for a Newfador?

Yes, you can receive registration papers for your puppy or dog. Register your puppy or dog as a Foundation dog.

Can I register my Newfador puppy litter?

Litter registration is offered by the Designer Kennel Club. To register your puppy litter, you must register both parents as Foundation dog, then register your puppy litter. 

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