We have 7 Newfoundland puppies born 12/3/23. Ready to go home 2/11/24. Both parents are a part of our family and on premises. We have male and female available. Mom had a beautiful litter of brown, black, and gray. The puppies in this litter are from AKC Registered parents and can also be registered with the AKC. Make sure to do research on this breed, and how it might fit your lifestyle before finding a responsible breeder. All puppies are vaccinated, dewormed, and receive a certificate of health with cardiac exam by our vet prior to leaving at 10 weeks old. Our puppy purchase includes their limited AKC registration. Full registration is available to approved homes only. They will go home with a puppy care package including a blanket that smells like mom. A non-refundable deposit is required to hold your puppy of choice. Once our puppies leave with their forever families, we remain committed and available for support throughout the life of our Newfies!
When buying or selling items online, it is important to prioritize your safety. One way to do this is by choosing a safe location to meet the seller.
Public places such as coffee shops, libraries, or police stations are great options for meeting up.
Cashier’s check scams have become increasingly common in recent years, and it is essential to be aware of them to avoid falling prey to fraudsters.
One of the most common types of cashier’s check scams involves receiving a fake check and being asked to cash it and then wire a portion of the money back to the sender.
To protect yourself from such scams, it is advisable to verify the authenticity of any cashier’s checks you receive and only accept payment methods that you trust.
It is important to never share your Google codes with anyone else. These codes serve as a security measure designed to verify your identity and grant access to your account.
Sharing them with someone else could compromise the security of your account and put your personal information at risk.
It’s always best to keep these codes confidential and not share them with anyone, even if they claim to be from Google or another trusted source.