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10 Common Behavior Issues Seen With The Newfoundland Dog - My Brown Newfies

10 Common Behavior Issues Seen With The Newfoundland Dog

Just like any other dog, the Newfoundland dog can have behavior issues. Some of these issues are barking, jumping, counter-surfing, prey drive and resource guarding.

Carting With Your Dog 101 - My Brown Newfies #Brown #Carting #Dog #Newfies

Carting With Your Dog 101 - My Brown Newfies - HALLE

Carting With Your Dog 101 – My Brown Newfies Carting, also referred to as drafting is an activity that involves a dog pulling a cart or wagon. The sport of drafting or carting can be done by most any dog but dogs that are commonly part of the working breed class are most often known […]

Bath Day for Your Newfoundland Dog | PetHelpful

How to Bathe and Shampoo Your Newfoundland Dog

A large, heavy-coated dog like a Newfoundland can be a challenge to bathe. Learn some tips from the experts on getting the job done right!

Your Well Mannered Newfoundland

Your Well-Mannered Newfoundland

There are dozens of books and classes dealing with manners training. However, nothing can take the place of what happens in the home during the training and after the classes are over. - Cheryl Dondino reprinted with permission from the 2Q 1997 Newf Tide

Learning Listening Skills With Your Pup

We all would like perfectly behaved puppies, but puppies don’t come factory-prewired. It is important to continue the process of training, and we need to do this training in different environments.

Booms is rocking his hold command! Goodnight friends. You are loved. by mollythenewfie

Instagram post by MOLLY // LADY // BOOMER// DUKE • Mar 10, 2016 at 4:48am UTC

Booms is rocking his hold command! Goodnight friends. You are loved. by mollythenewfie

Useful commands for dog owners

USEFUL COMMANDS FOR DOG OWNERS | MOLLY THE NEWFIE & CO

Comment below your favorite commands! Happy Training! follow us! https://www.instagram.com/mollythenewfie https://www.facebook.com/mollythenewfie

Molly's Friday Five: Week 2

Molly The Newfie & Co.

Welcome to Molly The Newfie & Co! We are very passionate about the Newfoundland breed. Welcome to the world of two Newfies, Molly and Boomer, and Lady the pom!

Steps to Walking a Dog on a Leash

There are a number of different types of leashes & collars. No matter which tool you choose, learning how to use the leash and collar correctly and teaching your puppy to walk on leash is important

Training Games for Your Puppy

Food, fun, lots of praise and some silly games are all components of a successful training program for your pup.

How to Socialize a Growing Puppy

Socialization is the primary purpose of puppy class and is the most important thing you as a puppy owner can focus on.

Learning Listening Skills With Your Pup

We all would like perfectly behaved puppies, but puppies don’t come factory-prewired. It is important to continue the process of training, and we need to do this training in different environments.

Puppy Class and Activities

Now that you have your new Newf puppy, how do you go about training your dog?

Why Supervising Dogs and Kids Doesn’t Work

Why Supervising Dogs and Kids Doesn’t Work

It’s sound advice given frequently: Supervise your dogs and kids while they are together. Breeders warn parents, “Don’t leave the dog alone with children, no matter how friendly the breed.” Veterinarians advise, “Never leave a dog and a child in the same room together.” Dog trainers explain, “All dogs can bite so supervise your dog […]

▶ Awesome training in action- one of our favorite Freestyle Teams!

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When Disaster Strikes- Are You Prepared - OK so it's training for you and not your dog- but preparedness is important!

When Disaster Strikes- Are You Prepared - OK so it's training for you and not your dog- but preparedness is important!