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April 15, 2022

A Newfypoo is an intelligent dog breed that many dog enthusiasts desire to own. A Newfypoo is a product of combining Newfoundland with the Poodle breed.

The Newfypoo has several names: Newfydoodle, Newfidoo, Newdle, and Poodoundland.

The crossbreeds are usually unpredictable regarding whom they will favor in genetics, but all their puppies have a calm temperament. The Newfypoos vary in appearance; some are large and heavy while others are slim and light.

Characteristics of a Newfypoo

  • A Newfypoo is an elegant, friendly, extroverted, and protective dog breed.
  • Their coats can vary, but often their coats are curly, thick and water-resistant. 
  • Newfypoos can be cream, black, brown or gray. 
  • The Newfypoo is great, both indoor and outdoor. Therefore, it can live in a home with kids given proper care.
  • A full-grown Newfypoo weighs anywhere from 70-150 pounds.  Males are usually larger than females.
  • It can grow to a height of  28-32 inches. 
  • A female Newfypoo attains sexual maturity at the age of 10 months. The female has a gestation period of 63 days after mating.
  • Its average litter size is 4 to 6.
  • A Newfypoo is a heavy feeder that loves high-quality dry dog food.

Fun Facts about the Newfypoo

  • Some Newfypoos have a narrow muzzle that looks like a Poodle, while others have a big square-shaped muzzle similar to Newfoundland’s.
  • A Newfypoo is full of energy, and it loves to run and play around with its owners.
  • It is gentle; it rarely barks.
  • The Newfypoo can swim just like its parent breeds, Poodle and Newfoundland, but it needs regular exercise to perform excellently.
  • It makes an excellent guard dog because it is loyal and protective of its human family.


  1. Sepi Abed

    I didn’t realize there were so many dog breeds. Love to know them all ????

  2. Sheryl Brown

    How much are they
    Love them


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