Coco is a spunky purebred female Newf who will turn 11 on Cinco De Mayo in 2019 and
she can't wait to party! She is a one-eyed wonder who is full of love.

Since coming to HANR, Coco has lost weight, improved her mobility, had surgery to
remove an eye that had severe glaucoma, and had an awesome grooming! She is currently
up-to-date on her shots, heartworm preventative and flea and tick preventative.
She will continue to have ongoing medical expenses as she is on daily doses of Rimadyl in
addition to regular preventatives. Whoever gives her a fur-ever home will also need to
keep in mind that she will need to stay on joint supplements and a higher quality diet to
maintain her mobility.
As an older lady, she can be a little stubborn, so patience is a must. If she decides she
doesn't want to move, it will not be easy to move her. And if she wants love, she will be
persistent in asking for it. She also does best with a regular schedule of meals and potty
times.
Coco is currently living in a house where she does not need to use any stairs. While she
has lost a few pounds, she still has a few extra pounds to lose. Make no mistake, she is a
very special dog who will require a very special home.
Our adoption fee is $200.00 for seniors. A fenced yard with a minimum height of 4-feet is
required for adoption.
If you plan on submitting an application and you are out of our region, once your
application is approved we require that you come to our area to meet the dog and foster
family. If that goes well you will be able to take your Newfie home with you.
If you have any question or are interested in adopting Coco please contact Brent at
beardogs1@msn.com

HANR, Inc. finds loving, forever homes for the wonderful Newfoundlands that come into our program. First these Newfoundlands are placed into foster homes with club members, evaluated and provided veterinary care. These wonderful Newfs often stay with their foster caretakers for varying lengths of time and this all depends on the level of veterinary care needed and/or training. 

Once these Newfoundlands are ready to go to their Forever Homes, HANR, Inc. takes on the task of finding wonderful homes to match the needs of each individual Newfoundland. This is a process involving several steps, beginning with the completion of an application to adopt. Once the application is received, a HANR representative will contact the prospective adopter(s) and will explain the process.

HANR does not always have Newfoundlands in the rescue program, however when one comes in, more times than not, the veterinary expenses are significant. If you are not interested in adopting a Newfoundland in Need, there are other ways you can help. Please consider donating and volunteering. HANR, Inc. is a non-profit and we rely on donations and fundraising efforts to have the ability to help each Newfoundland coming into our rescue program. We want to give them the best opportunity to have a wonderful life, and it is through the generosity of people that makes this possible. If you would like to donate or volunteer, please contact visit the Rescue - HANR, Inc. page on this website for more information.

My name is Atticus and I am a 5 year old purebred, neutered Newfoundland. I am house
broken and up to date on vaccinations and heartworm preventative. I am in a foster home
in Omaha NE.
I’ve been bounced around a bit in my life (although my foster Mom doesn’t understand
why), and I am looking for my forever home.
I love to give kisses (bring it in for the real thing), belly rubs and treats, love me some
treats, especially Bully Sticks. I also enjoy playing with my foster siblings, although
sometimes I get a little rowdy, but will calm down when told to.
I have troubles with my back knees, we recently found out that I have arthritis and will
need to be on fish oil, supplements and medication for the rest of my days, but I’m ok with
that, I’m not that bothered by my knees, as long as I’m reasonable and don’t get crazy with
my foster brothers roughhousing.
I pull HARD on leash, am a self-confirmed food thief and will get “mouthy” and tell you
off from time to time, but that’s just my personality, I don’t mean anything personal!
I’m a big boy, although it’s hard to tell right now as I just received a “lion cut” because I
had some pretty gnarly mats in my hair. I’m not a fan of getting brushed, but that could
have been due to all of the mats in my fur (pic pre haircut).
To sum it up I’m a pretty cool guy, I like everyone people and dogs included. To be candid
with you, I am not a fan of cats at all and shouldn’t live in a home with one. I am also a bit
of a bull in a china shop and care should be taken around small children with me as I will
knock them over with my enthusiasm in meeting new people.
Our adoption fee is $300.00. A fenced yard with a minimum height of 4-feet is required
for adoption.
If you plan on submitting an application and you are out of our region, once your
application is approved we require that you come to our area to meet the dog and foster
family. If that goes well you will be able to take your Newfie home with you.
If you have any question or are interested in adopting Atticus please contact Brent at
beardogs1@msn.com

In Search of My Forever Home

COCO

Available for Adoption

Atticus

Jewel is a 7 year old purebred, spayed female Newfoundland. She weights 125 lbs, is house broken, crate
trained and up to date on vaccinations and heartworm preventative. She is in a foster home near Omaha,
NE.
Jewel is a smart Newfie with a great personality. She can also be a bit quirky, in that she will get into
things she shouldn’t and counter surfs. She has a paper fetish and will chew up toilet paper rolls, kleenex
and paper towel rolls if she gets a chance. She is very loving and sweet but can be a little stubborn at
times. She loves going for car rides! We use an easy walk harness for walks because she pulls on a leash.
Jewel is great with kids, adults and other dogs. She’s not the best with cats. She will chase them if they
run.
When she came into rescue she has some ear issues, we changed her over to a fish based diet and that has
helped. She still needs to have her ears cleaned every few days but they are getting better.
She does okay on a short run of stair but will not do well on a long run of stairs or steep stairs.
Jewel will need a home where she is not left alone very often for long periods of time. She will need an
experienced dog proofed home preferably one with another dogs or dogs.
Our adoption fee is $300.00. A fenced yard with a minimum height of 4-feet is required for adoption.
We are only accepting applications in our region at this time. We cover Nebraska, Kansas, Western
Missouri and Western Iowa.
To request an application or contact us with any questions please email Brent at beardogs1@msn.com

Jewel