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Newfoundland dogs are actually retrievers.  With the exception of the Nova Scotia duck-tolling retriever, all the other retrievers and this breed are modifications on the working dog that was once common in Newfoundland. The large Newfoundlands are often quite capable of retrieving from water in much the same way that their retriever cousins do.

All these photos are by Sophia Pirgents of Athens, Greece.

This retrieving Newfoundland is beige, a diluted liver. It is the same color as the ash Chesapeake and the silver Labrador.

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