Last year we purchased a puppy from Rock Hill Dog Ranch. Her name is Hannah and she was advertised as a Newfie Hybrid (50% Newfoundland, 25% Great Pyrenees and 25% Golden Retriever).
The total cost of this puppy was $905.00 ( $500 for the pup, $350 for shipping, and $55 for Microchip). The reason we purchased this pup was because of the bred she was supposed to be.
I initially had some question because of the inconstancy in the information that Victoria Lewis was telling me and what I saw on www.NextDayPets.com but Victoria assured me that Hannah was a Newfie/Great Pyrenees/ Golden Retriever mix. It was interesting that Victoria never offered the name, or pictures of the father only the mother.
When we received the paperwork on Hannah her Birth Certificate says that she is a Newfoundland, Great Pyrenees, & Border Collie cross with the name of the father as Bearzer.
We have had a Breed Ancestry done on Hannah through our Vet. This showed that according to her DNA, Hannahs mom (Candy) was 50% Great Pyrenees / 50% Golden Retriever as stated by Victoria but her father (Bearzer) was not a pure bred Newfoundland but rather was 50% Great Pyrenees / 50% Toy Poodle.
So now I have emails from Rock Hill Dog Ranch stating that Hannah was a Newfie Hybrid (50% Newfoundland, 25% Great Pyrenees and 25% Golden Retriever), a birth certificate from Rock Hill Dog Ranch saying she was a Newfoundland, Great Pyrnees, & Border Collie cross and a DNA analysis that proves that she is a Great Pyrenees, Golden Retriever, Toy Poodle mix.
I tend to believe the science of DNA over the others. Emailed Rock Hill Dog Ranch multiple times with no response. Hannah is less then a year and we hope that no health issues come up that they did not tell us about.