We Are Back!
Rocky Mountain Newfoundland Rescue is back!
We are a volunteer organization that helps find foster and forever homes for Newfoundlands in Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and New Mexico.
RMNR is proud to also help out Idaho and Montana with rescuing our beloved Newfs.
If you found your way to this site, you probably love Newfies as much as we do. For more information about these magnificent dogs, how you can adopt one into your home, and other ways you can help, please be sure to follow us on Facebook.
As a 100% volunteer organization, all funds that come in go to support our Newfoundlands.
Adoption fees are for a specific dog. The fee may vary depending on the needs of the specific Newf, their location, if they are in a facility right now or in a foster family.
Donations are accepted and go to help various dogs. For example, sometimes a dog needs specialized medical care or we need to transport a dog from a kill shelter to a foster family until a forever family can be found.
How Can I Help?
Newfoundlands make great additions to many homes. If you have room in your family and heart to Adopt a Newf and provide a forever home, please visit our Facebook group, RMNR Friends and Family Rescue.
You can see various Newfoundlands who are in need of forever homes. Fill out the application (which can be found in the Files section of the Facebook group), or you can download the application below.
Are you interested in being a Foster Family? Many of our Newfies need temporary homes until their forever families are ready to receive them.
Again, be sure to check out our Facebook group. Or for more information you can email us at "NewfRescue(AT)yahoo.com", just replace the "(AT)" with "@"
Please note, we are updating this website. If a link does not work, please come back soon, we hope to have all links working no later than Nov. 11, 2022. If you are visiting this site after that date and a link still does not work, please let us know by dropping us an email! Thanks!
Some Online Friends
Sculpture Digest is a site run by former Newfie owners. They hope to feature Newf sculptures (and other breeds) in the future. If you love art, you might want to check them out at their website or Facebook page.
I Love Dogs More is a site, while not dedicated to Newfs, helps spread the word about how wonderful all dogs are including our gentle giants. Follow them on Facebook.