A little about me and my passion for the Newfoundland.

I feel in love with the breed when I saw a brown male at the docks in my home town. Then I was seven years old, and I told myself that one day I would have a brown boy like him.

Little did I know that it would take over 20 years before I found the time right.

Theo was born in March 2007, and you can say he was a longed- for dog..

I feel in love with him at first minute and he is a big and important person in my daily life. He brings me so much joy and happines.

But of course, after getting one newf I wanted one more… In 2009 we got Olivia from Finland, an adorable black puppy girl.

Theo and Olivia both complete my family and I love them dearly.

Even though I now would love to get puppies I don’t want to be a big breeder.

I keep my newfs as family dogs, they live in our house, sleep on the couch, sometimes in the bed as well.. They come with me to work or they stay at home in their own yard.

You don’t need the biggest house or the biggest lawn to have a newf, you just need a big room for them in your heart.

And they love to take part in your daily life.

They can walk with you to the store and carry the groceries for you home. They can run with you in the woods and sit close to you when you get cold. They can swim with you and drag you to shore when you get tired.

They can give you lots of wet kisses every morning, and big drools on your clothes when you have a treath.

They will always be happy to see you even though you only have been gone for five minutes.

They will without words show you that you are the most important person in their life and if you just open your hearts for them, they will change your life in a great way. I know my life was complete when I got my newfies.