There are several theories on the origins of the Newfoundland, but the one that seems more logical is that he/she is a descendant of the Tibetan Mastiff. In their adaptation to the difficult conditions of Newfoundland, in the east of Canada, it developed webbed feet and oily mantel that it allows him to be in the water during lingering periods of time. This race helped the fishermen and he/she acquired a lot of popularity like lifeboat. With a strong instinct to rescue any thing, or to anyone in the water to put it safe that ended up being so valued by the companies of the waters of Newfoundland like the San Bernardo for the climbers from the Swiss Alps. A variety of Newfoundland of well-known motley mantel as the Landseer file given to know through the sir squares Edward Landseer (1802-1873). it was Also very admired by the English poet Lord Byron.
Character and taken care
The beautiful and big Newfoundland doesn't usually have bad character unless he/she is caused. It is incredibly kind with the other races, one has seen some sat down peacefully amid a group of mad chihuahuas. He/she needs a lot of space, regular exercise in hard earth and a care of the daily mantel using a hard brush.