WUZIBEARS - Ian & Rachel Hutchinson

Based in Ely in Cambridgeshire

We have been 'owned' by Newfoundlands for the last 40 years and all our dogs are part of our family sharing our lives with us. We have been very pleased with our success in the show ring over the last 20 years, with all our dogs achieving high honours at Championship show level, including making up one White & Black to a UK Champion and one of our homebred males who lives in the USA has gone on to achieve GCH status of which we are very proud.

We breed very occasionally with the primary reason being to keep a puppy for ourselves. Prospective owners are welcome to visit us at any time and we always keep in contact with anyone who has one of our puppies. We aim to breed sound, healthy dogs to do everything we can to ensure the future health and longevity of the breed. All our dogs are fully health tested which incudes hip and elbow scoring, echo doppler heart test and cystinuria.

Puppies leave us with a KC Registration which is fully endorsed, a contract, insurance, microchip, first vaccinations, a puppy pack and lifelong help and advice.


"Hudson" - Wuzibears Miami

Hudson is from our very first litter and has turned out to be a special boy in more ways than one. Apart from being a "mummy's boy" he has had success in the show ring and is an angel to live with - a very loving and happy boy.

  • HIPS: BVA 4 (2/2)
  • ELBOWS: BVA 0 (0/0)
  • HEART: Grade 0 . Echo Doppler Normal (1.7m/sec flow rate)
  • CYSTINURIA: DNA tested Clear
  • GENETICS: DNA tested and carries the brown gene

You can view Hudson's profile page on our website at wuzibears.co.uk/hudson/4563015769 and his pedigree along with a list of his Championship and Breed Club show successes can be found on the UK Newfoundlands Info website.

We will only consider allowing the use of Hudson at stud to bitches who meet the criteria of this Breeders For Life scheme.


Telephone: 01353 665280

Mobile: 07718 740756

Email: wuzibears@aspects.net

Website: wuzibears.co.uk



Some Wuzibears babies from previous litters

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