The Newfoundland Club of America's National Rescue Network and the Newfoundland Club of New England, Inc. both offer Newfoundland dogs of all ages for adoption, including puppies. The organizations use referral services to place Newfoundland dogs in appropriate adoptive homes.
The National Rescue Network is a non-profit organization that places Newfoundland dogs in pre-screened adoptive homes. Adoptors may only use the dogs as companions, and they may not breed the dogs or use them as attack dogs.
The Newfoundland Club of New England has a multi-step adoption process that involves a home visit and checking potential adoptor's references. Veterinarians evaluate the dogs, test for tick-borne illnesses, update vaccinations, and spay or neuter the animals before adoption.