Newfoundland Pupcake Trinket Box

Newfoundland Pupcake Trinket Box

Your Price: $17.99
Part Number:PC30
The Newfoundland originated in the Dominion of Newfoundland, now part of Canada. They were bred as working dogs, hauling carts, pulling in fisherman’s nets and any other heavy work around the farm. They have a heavy double coat and also double webbed paws. Their coat can be black, brown, gray or black and white, which is known in the USA as Landseer. Unlike other breeds, however, the coat color comes second to type, structure and soundness. The Newfoundland’s average height is 26 to 28 inches at the withers with a weight of 100 to 150 pounds. These dogs truly are gentle giants; they are loving, loyal and their life-saving instincts make them the perfect water rescue dog and companion dog for child or adult. Over the years there have been many famous Newfoundlands; Brumus who was Robert F. Kennedy’s Newfie, Carlo belonged to Emily Dickinson, Hector was owned by President Rutherford B. Hayes and then there’s Rigel who was the beloved pet of first officer William Murdoch aboard the Titanic. Murdoch went down with the ship but Rigel swam for three hours next to a lifeboat until it was rescued. The AKC recognized this breed in the Working Group in 1886.

Try to picture a life sized cupcake, approximately 2” high, and 3” wide, with either vanilla or chocolate frosting (we choose frosting flavor)…..and even jimmies! That is exactly what our pupcake trinket boxes are! You pick up the top and the cupcake bottom is the trinket box! They are hand painted and top quality. Every little jimmy is painted a different bright color! If that’s not enough, we then mount one of our Tiny Ones figurines to the cover! This is a totally unique item, made even more special with the addition of your favorite breed on the top! All items are individually blister packaged, ready to give as a gift, or hang in your store. Great item for that special someone for birthdays or any holiday.
 
Click here to learn more about the Newfoundland: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Newfoundland_(dog)

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