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Filmu autor 400 którego sukces nikt wyprowadza ciosy bez tego which Newfs and their handlers jump out of helicopters hovering 15 feet above the water's surface. The French Coast Guard has determined that a well-conditioned Newf can tow inflatable life raft with 20 people aboard two to shore with out being unduly stressed. The water rescue instincts of the Newf are particularly evident when children or other family members are the water. The Newf takes his life guarding responsibilities very seriously, quite often circling around and herding his family to shore. They have uncanny ability to sense when someone the water needs help, whether a family member or stranger, immediately swim out to assist. Some dogs circle around the victim until they feel the person grab onto them, then head to shore; others take the person's arm their mouth and proceed to tow them to safety that way. The Newfoundland is primarily a dog of the sea. Long ago they were the constant companions of fishermen, and boats would often not leave the shore without a Newfoundland on board. History is full of old tales recording heroic rescues made by these courageous animals. Today, the breed standard stresses that the dog should be at home the water and on land. The Newf is exceptionally well built for water work. He has a water resistant double coat, a muscled tail which is used as a rudder, webbed feet, ears that cling close to the head, and a strong swimming style resembling a breast stroke. Water Tests Great Britain first sponsored formal water tests for Newfoundlands the late 1800's. The Newfoundland Club of American began its water tests 1973, with the first test this country being held by the Great Lakes Newfoundland Club Michigan. The Water Test offers the Newfoundland opportunity to perform a series of exercises designed to show their natural life-saving instincts. The test is composed of Senior and Exellent Divisions. Each contains six exercises with suggested time limits. A dog successfully completing the exercises is awarded the NCA title of Water Dog Successful completion of the Senior exercises earns a Water Rescue Dog title. And the most advanced is the Water Rescue Dog Excellant title. Please click on this link for further information on the exercises done for each division The Newfoundland Club of encourages its members to and maintain the working dog abilities that are such important part of the history of the breed. To this end, the NCA sponsors Water Tests across the country. The Newfoundland Club of Water Tests are a series of exercises designed to develop and demonstrate the water work abilities of purebred Newfoundland dogs. The Newfoundland has historically functioned as a working companion to its owner, and members of the breed have participated heroic rescues. Performance of these exercises is intended as a demonstration of skill developed through both natural ability and training. The emphasis the Water Test is on teamwork between dog and handler realistic work and rescue situations. The Newfoundland Club of awards the following titles for water competition: WD=Water Dog WRD=Water Rescue Dog WRDX=Water Rescue Dog Excellent WD Division Exercises Basic Control Single Retrieve Drop Retrieve Take A Line Tow A Boat Swim With Handler WRD Senior Division Exercises Directed Retrieve Retrieve Off A Boat Take A Life Ring Underwater Retrieve Take A Line Tow A Boat Rescue Handler off Boat WRDX Excellent Division Exercises Search for Abandoned Boat Multiple Person Rescue Rescue of Unconscious Victim Rescue of Victim Capsized Boat Delivery of Line from Stranded Boat Rescue of Multiple Victims Colonial Newfoundland Club Working Dog Chair: Sharkey Newfoundland Club of Working Dog Publications The following publications are available hard copy from the Working