Stop whining about the fact nobody wants them, if you were good breeders you would have people on a waiting list. It's helpful to post about what titles the parents have and their parents, any certifications about their health, ehst kind of warranty as a breeder doyou provide, are they guaranteed genetically sound, no joint issues, temptament issues? How about obedience titles? Are they working parents or basically your family breeds them for money and the parents have never been DNA certified as pure, and they have never been shown so the pups are all grade animals.
I would never pay that kind of money for just a healthy pet. My Newfie was from champion lines, all certifications and titles were available for viewing, testing, vet health info etc were all there for us to see plus the family's kennel where they kept their dogs. We were allowed to play with mom and dad and watch them hitched up to work, watched a video of dad's searcha nd rescue work.
If you have all this available for people to see then post it, but people are right this is too much money for grade animals. Newfies are not rare like swissies or berners are, nor are they few in the country, they are not considered rare and many people don't understand their needs and they get surrendered once they become adults because they are no longer cute and puppyish, in fact they can become quite obnoxious and destructive when not trained up correctly and they don't have something to do. They are a working dog not a couch potato. Currently there's 5 looks like p.b. In the shelter and 8 mostly newfies. Between Newfie, st Bernard's and Rottweilers our shelters are getting over crowded.
I'm on my 6th Newfie, our family bought one many yrsrs ago and I love their personality and their or to work and please. My current boy is about 1/4 Labrador cross and a very silly boy, hard worker, pulls wagons with his buddy a Bernard. Both love hanging out in the pond and are excellent swimmers, but they are not for everyone and don't enjoy hanging around in a smell hard with little to no exerceise.