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Eighteenth-century archaeological remains point to the existence of two distinct types of dogs in Newfoundland: one larger and long-haired, called Greater Newfoundland; and another smaller and shorter coat called Lesser Newfoundland, also known as St. John\'s Water Dog (St. John\'s is the provincial capital of Newfoundland and Labrador). Greater Newfoundland assisted fishermen in trawling nets, while Lesser Newfoundland collected (caught and brought in) fish, as well as helping in the positioning of fishing lines. Both dogs had a huge resistance, especially their dogs.

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