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Newfoundland Breed Standard

The Newfoundland Anatomy



Bloat is a very serious and life threatening condition; run, don’t walk to your nearest Veterinary Clinic or Hospital.  Please take the time to educate yourself regarding GDV before the situation arises to help assist you in recognizing the signs and symptoms of possible Bloat. If your pet is experiencing one or more of the following symptoms, seek veterinary medical assistance immediately; trying to vomit and little is produced, if your pet seems uncomfortable, restless and unable to settle, if his/her stomach is bloated and/or hard, please seek veterinary assistance immediately.

We have provided some educational links below. They should never take the place of prompt medical care.

Bloat - The Mother of All Emergencies

Bloat First Aid and Emergency Care

Bloat – Quick Reference Guide

Bloat – Acupressure Point

Bloat – Post Surgery Care




Animal Poison Control

 Canine Cushings Disease

 CCL and other injuries with repair

Dog Food Analysis

 Elbow Dysplasia

Hip Dysplasia: This is a great link with x-rays.



Interactive Chocolate Toxicity Chart

 Laryngeal Paralysis

 Megaesophagus with interactive animation


Suggested Reading List


The 10 Most Common Toxins in Dogs

Vaccinations - Allergic Reactions

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