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Above you will find the latest Portuguese Water Dog puppies which we have for sale. At times we may only have a few Portuguese Water Dog available so we do hope you check back soon to find and locate your new furry best friend! Should there not be any Portuguese Water Dog puppy listings shown, please complete the form accordingly to register your interest in buying an Portuguese Water Dog.

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Dear Sandor,This little girl is incredible!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sweet, cuddly, beautiful, playful... these attributes are all wonderful but even more impressive is how smart and courageous and what a fast learner she is!! She is 100% perfect and an absolute joy!I had contemplated several names for a new girl puppy and had narrowed it down to Bronte, Chloe, Emma or Roxy. I...

Hi Eddie, It is a long time ago, but our Fun (Funny) is doing very well. She is well trained en behaves well. We all love her and she us. She 9 month and healthy. Again thanks to the breeder how did a very good job. Best regards from sunny Qatar. Gort family Doha

Hi Tibor The puppy made it safely. He's had a good first day although he's tired from the travel. I've added a few photos. Please share with the breeder to let them know he is safe and loved. Daniel

Dear Eddie, Please find attached a Photo of Theo taken today. Please tell the breeder that we are very happy with Theo. Kind Regards, Fabien, Doha, Qatar

Carole Johnson

Monterey, United States

Joyce & Richard Gort

Doha, Qatar

Daniel Nelson

Oman, Oman

Fabien Toscano

Doha, Qatar

About Portuguese Water Dog Breed

Portuguese Water Dogs were once working dogs that worked on the coast of Portugal. They herded fish into the nets; retrieved lost tackle or broken nets, and acted as couriers from ship to ship, or ship to shore. They worked not only in the warm Atlantic waters of Portugal but also the cold fishing waters off the coast of Iceland. In Portugal, the breed is called Cao d’Água (pronounced Kown-d’Ahgwa). Cao means dog, while de Água means of water.

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