I have been involved with the Newfoundland breed for over eight years. I'm proud to say that this was my first litter.  These puppies arise from two very Sweet, Gentle, Healthy (OFA), well trained and mannered Newfoundlands.  We had an outstanding litter of seven puppies (they're all in wonderful homes). Pedigree for this litter 04/19/02

 

Click to view this litters accomplishments

Click to view  The scrapbook

 

 

 

Tina Turner & Oslo,  five weeks post whelping.

 

 

The Sire

Oslo at 5 1/2 years old (sire)

 

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Mr. Mom Daddy Oslo has been sleeping with the puppies at night, since Father's Day.  Tina Turner is not the only caring parent of this litter! Oslo is very sweet and gentle with the puppies. He allows them to climb all over him.  He is our Nana and has always cared for our new additions at night.

   

       

 

 

  I'm steppin out!

  

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Daddy & Me

 

  

  

Some of the puppies at 3.5 weeks.

  

Lovely Girl

 

   

Gorgeous Big Boy (9~Volt) Click on the photo to see 9~Volt now!

 

         

 

That's my daddy.

 

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      Amorosa's Max  Bear Rothman's 

       Click photo on the left to visit Max's website.

We are proud to announce that a photo of "Amorosa's Max Bear Rothman"

submitted & taken by Max's owners The Rothmans,

was chosen as NCA's Newf. Tide photo contest winner for 2003. 

Click on photo to visit and read Ernie Rothmans story & see two other photo's that were chosen.

 

 

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Amorosa's Discovery Nessie (on the left)

 

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Amorosa's Prince Rudi  

   

 

 

      

 

 

Rudi at 5 weeks

 

 

Rudi running in the first back yard he knew and greeting his litter brother 9Volt

 

 

Rudi is a GOOD boy and Santa didn't forget ;)

 

 

The Newfoundland is not the breed for you if!

The Newfoundland

Taking care of your Newfoundland

Newfoundland Rescue Information

Information for pet owners

Dog Owner's Guide

 

 

The Newfoundland Puppy: Early Care, Early Training by Judi Adler

 

 

 

 

 

 

Guide in choosing the right breed, breeder and puppy Author Michele Welton

 

***All dogs must be properly socialized within your community, obedience school, family activities and functions; so that may be given the opportunity to become exceptional companions which they're capable of being and well mannered citizens. Do not expect to buy a dog and not have to put anytime or effort into the relationship, it doesn't go that way. It is a life time commitment! My dogs pose for photos and look well mannered because we are dedicated to raising them correctly. Remember the apple doesn't fall to far from the tree!

 

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