Can you help?

The club is always looking for individuals who can help with;

Home checks
Transportation of dogs
Fostering until an appropriate home can be found
Inviting prospective new owners to their homes to meet Newfoundlands in a domestic setting and provide sound advice about the breed

Adopting A Rescue

Newfoundlands become available for adoption from many sources throughout Florida. Once relinquished, each rescue is extensively vetted and evaluated for health, behavior and temperament. This information is used to help find the perfect home for the dog.

Choosing to open your home and heart to a rescue dog can be one of the hardest and most rewarding things a person or family can do. While some dogs settle in quickly with their new lives and families, others take time, patience, and work to help them feel safe and loved. Before submitting an adoption application, it’s important to step back and ask yourself what you’re looking for in a dog vs. what kind of dog would best fit into your lifestyle. You may find that those are two very different answers.

Our application process is very detailed and we will be performing the following checks before you can be approved to welcome a Newfoundland into your home:

  • Vet Reference
• Home Ownership Verification/Landlord Approval
• Personal References
• Home visit (may be done virtually or in person)
• Evaluation of your home and lifestyle to determine if a Newfie is the right breed for you, and if it is, what age, personality, etc. would best fit with you and your family.

Our adoption fee schedule is as follows:

  • Puppies 2 years or younger  $600
  • Adults ages 2-7 years  $450
  • Seniors 7 year or older  $250

If after reading this you’re still interested in applying, please click the link below to submit an online adoption application and see our dogs that are currently available.


Loose Change Appeal

Ours is a small, all volunteer organization that relies on the generous donations of our members and supporters to be able to afford the expenses associated with our rescue efforts. Please consider making a donation and remember even small amounts really do add up.