Are you looking for a Newfypoo puppy in the United Kingdom?
Finding the right breeder can be a challenge. But I was surprised to find only one dedicated Newfypoo breeders in the UK.
This certainly makes things a little easier since there aren’t too many breeders to choose from. In this article, I am going explore the breeder that I found:
So let’s dive in and start our journey to finding the perfect Newfypoo puppy for your family!
The first breeder I came across was Natsnewfies, which specializes in Newfypoo puppies. They are located in Warrington, England.
Their founder, Natalie, is passionate about this adorable breed, evident in her breeding practices, commitment to pet care, and beautiful puppies.
They truly combine the best of both the Newfoundland and the Standard Poodle breeds.
Their Newfypoos are not only clever but also have a no-shed, dry mouth trait, making them great pets.
Their breeding journey began when they decided to breed their Newfoundland, Belle, with a Poodle named Teddy.
Teddy, the “Bob Marley of the Poodle world,” is a gentle and laid-back dog with a unique appearance. Their puppies are healthy and happy and have set the standard for what a perfect Newfypoo should be like.
Natsnewfies carefully choose parent breeds to have the finest Newfoundland and Standard Poodle characteristics.
As a result, their Newfypoo puppies inherit intelligence, low shedding, and gentle temperaments from both parent breeds. It makes the puppies perfect for family homes, especially for those with allergies to pet fur.
What I appreciate about Natsnewfies is their commitment to the health and well-being of their puppies.
They ensure all puppies are microchipped, wormed, and have up-to-date vaccinations before entering their new homes.
They also prioritize their potential owners’ suitability, ensuring their puppies go to loving and responsible families.
How much is a puppy from Natsnewfies?
There is no listed price for a puppy from Natsnewfies. You will need to reach out to Natalie and ask for the most up-to-date pricing.
They have gained an excellent reputation in the breeding community and enjoy a high demand for their puppies.
Below are a few reviews from previous Natsnewfies customers:
“[Our dog] is really calm and loving most of the time and many people have commented on what a laid-back puppy she is . . . She is growing rapidly – I remember you handing her to me and she fitted neatly into my arms.
She now hangs over the edges of both arms when I try and pick her up – I suspect our days of carrying her are very numbered . . . All in all so far she is beyond what we could have hoped for.”Helen
“Wilson is simply amazing; just the most amazing, happy, laid-back, gentle dog I can ever imagine . . . I just can’t imagine life without him, he is simply incredible.
Everyone who meets him seems to fall in love with him (even non-dog people!) . . . I’m applying for him to be a volunteer dog, which will involve him and I visiting hospitals, hospices, etc., for people to pet him. [His] temperament seems so suited to it and he loves the attention.”Paul
How to contact Natsnewfies
Below are the different methods you can way reach Natsnewfies.
Breeders to Avoid
The following breeder is a puppy mill that was recently found with severely neglected and abused dogs.
Destiny-Doodles was run by Leanne Smith, also known as Leanne Upton. In the summer of 2023, it was discovered that she was keeping dogs in horrible living conditions.
The dogs were rescued by the Standard Poodle Club and the Poodle Network UK. You can read more about the situation in this post.
AVOID Destiny-Doodles and any breeding programs that are affiliated with Leanne Smith/Upton. Bad dog breeders harm the dog community by prioritizing profit over the well-being of the animals, leading to poor breeding practices that result in health and behavioral issues.
They often neglect necessary medical care and socialization, leaving dogs more susceptible to disease and psychological trauma.
This not only jeopardizes the welfare of individual animals but also contributes to public mistrust and skepticism towards breeders, casting a shadow over ethical breeding operations.
It’s a bummer that there aren’t more Newfypoo breeders in the United Kingdom! However, sometimes less is more.
When you have tons of breeders, it can make the decision a lot more challenging. I am sure that as time passes and Newfypoos get more popular, more breeders will pop up.
If you come across other Newfypoo breeders or have experience Natsnewfies, let me know in the comments!