Rocky Valley Farm
American Landseer Newfoundlands
Many of our pups are service animals for disabled adults and children as well as emotional support animals
NATURAL BREEDING ONLY
Our farm is a naturally and sustainably managed farm where along with farm animals we breed AKC and CKC registered Newfoundland Landseers and provide an optional Puppy Training Academy for customers desiring the ultimate puppy package.
Our dogs run free as a bonded pack on over 12 acres with stream and pond. We only do natural breeding and never force breed. Our dogs are loved completely and given the best life possible. Pups are born in our home and are with humans from day one. Our dogs are fed top quality beef, beef bone with marrow, chicken, fish, egg, sweet potato, greens of many varieties and other natural, nutritious raw foods.
We specialize in Landseer Newfoundland bloodlines such as the devoted companion of Princess Mary in the portrait done by Sir Edwin Landseer. We have purposefully selected as widely dispersed genetic blood lines as possible including european lines to improve the breed. We have brown and white as well as black and white. I am breeding with a focus on old world genetic standards specifically hip and joint soundness as well as a tighter lip and eye to improve the overall health of my offspring and to address limited genetic variation in the current breeding practices found today. Lineage on breeding pairs are certified OFA Hips, Heart and Patellas etc for 3 generations back. Pups have a complete physical exam and are given vet health certification document along with a health guarantee, current vaccination and worming. We also offer several training packages including Basics, Therapy Dog and Fully House Trained to suite your family needs and to provide you with the most well-behaved puppy ever.
AT ROCKY VALLEY FARM Pests and disease are managed with good animal husbandry and sustainable land management including pasture rotation and natural remedies. We do not subscribe to the common practice of toxic chemicals, over vaccinating or antibiotics. We grow as much of our food as well as our livestock’s feed as we can. I graduated with a BS degree and several master level courses in Engineering and Environmental Science. I was born and raised in the Princeton, NJ area and spent most of my childhood exploring my grandparents farm on the Millstone River. Nearly every season Grandpa would plow up an artifact from the Lenapi Indians that camped there regularly. I cherish those items. Sadly that property is now an upscale subdivision thus I went in search of land of my own further south. I have a love for all of nature and try my best to live in unison with the land, flora and fauna on my little piece of heaven in beautiful Greeneville, Tennessee.