Newfoundland ('Newfs', 'Newfies ") have webbed feet and waterproof coat.  Males weigh 60-70 kg (130-150 pounds) and females 45-55 kg (100-120 kg), the scaling weights of "giant". Some Newfoundland dogs have been known to weigh over 90 kg (200 pounds). The largest Newfoundland on record weighed 120 kg (260 pounds) and measures more than 6 feet from nose to tail, is among the great mastiffs. can grow to 22-28 cm tall at the withers.
The American Kennel Club (AKC) standard colors of the Newfoundland dogs are black, brown, gray and Landseer (white dog with black spots) Other colors are rare and not recommended due to the creation of double recessive genes, The Kennel Club (KC) permits only black, brown, and Landseer, the Canadian Kennel Club (CKC) permits are only black and Landseer. Contrary to popular belief of The Landseer is named after the artist Sir Edwin Henry Landseer, which has many of his paintings. AKC, CKC, and KC all treat Landseer as part of the race. Federation Cynologique Internationale (FCI) consider the Landseer ECT as a race apart, and the AKC and CKC. And "top dog, white with black spots and did not rise with a Newfoundland.
The extremely large bones of Newfoundland to give ground, while their large muscles which gives the power you need to take the rough sea waves and strong tides. These dogs have the lung capacity to swim long distances, and a double bit thick and oily and waterproof to protect them from cold water. The lips and cheeks fallen to the saliva of a dog.
In water, webbed feet to push the big dog up. The swim course is a palette of ordinary dog. Unlike other dogs, Newfoundland members move in a downward and outward, which can be seen as a frog changed. This gives more power to every shot.