Sweet and Furry: This Is What Life Is Like with Newfoundland Dogs

Posted by Mateja Lane
Northwest Mommy

Life may get crowded with two Newfies, a horse, a five-year-old, and a husband, but that's not how Stasha Becker looks at it. 

Stasha Becker runs the blog Northwest Mommy about her inspiring life with her son Julian, two Newfoundland dogs, her husband, and a horse named Vizon.

Becker writes a great blog about how full and rewarding her life is and she records this life through her Instagram, northwestmommy.

This is what life looks like with two huge, sweet Newfoundlands, and an equally sweet five-year-old.

They (almost) always get along. 

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There are always hugs available. 

All we need is love.

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There is always time for a little r&r. 

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And there is always time for more naps. 

Better together ??

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With Newfies, there is always room to expand your horizons. 

A year ago ...

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They'll go to the edge of the earth with you. 

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They get along with the whole family. 

Throwing it back a bit #????

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And are always up for some exercise. 

From the archives ??

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They can be artsy. 

I asked if I can take a photo while we were walking to tennis but looks like everyone had ??? on their mind ?

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And they are always ready for a good swim. 

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There is always enough room for Newfies.

Can you believe it? There's no chess emoji!!!

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And always enough love to go around.

If you have fallen in love with Newfies due to Becker's incredible photography, consider rescuing a Newfoundland.

As counterintuitive as it may be, larger dogs can be much less work than smaller dogs. They are usually calmer and require less maintenance than some small dogs.

With Newfoundland dogs you may have a bit more dog hair around the house but you'll never be short on the best cuddles.

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Sweet and Furry: This Is What Life Is Like with Newfoundland Dogs