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Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies

Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies

It’s difficult to not fall in love with the sweet disposition of a Berner. They are friendly, vigilant, and very loyal to their family. They are intelligent, attentive, and calm. Bernese Mountain Dogs require frequent human companionship.

Available Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies

We dont seem to have any available puppies for this breed!

Bernese Mountain Dog Litters

Keri & Winston’s Litter 2024

1 Male Puppies

3 Female Puppies

Breed: Bernese Mt Dog

Birthday: 04/28/2024

Available: 06/24/2024

Adopted Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies

Harper

Adopted

Hunter

Adopted

Huxley

Adopted

Hayes

Adopted

Harris

Adopted

Hudson

Adopted

Hendrix

Adopted

Tinka

Adopted

About Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies

Size

The Male Bernese Mountain Dog has an average height of 25-28 inches and weighs 90-120 lbs. The Females are a bit smaller than the males, with a height of 23-26 inches and weighing in around 70-100 lbs. The Bernese Mountain Dog is large, and agile, with a flat, broad skull, dark eyes and nose, triangular ears, scissors bite, and defined stop (the point at which the muzzle meets the forehead). They have a low hanging, thick tail, deep chest, and round feet. Males are larger than females, but both are very strong. The Bernese Mountain Dog is slightly longer than it is tall.

Coat

The Bernese Mountain Dog is distinguished by its beautiful tri-colored coat. It has a solid black body, legs, head and ears, rust or tan colored cheeks and calves, and white chest, muzzle (with a stripe running up to the forehead), toes, and tail tip. The only variation in pattern is the amount of white; a ‘Swiss Cross’ shape of white on the chest. The Bernese Mountain Dog has a dense undercoat and straight or curly medium-length outer coat. It is highly weather resistant and slightly rough, but not harsh. Bernese Mountain Dogs shed their outer coat year round.

Character

It’s difficult to not fall in love with the sweet disposition of a Berner. They are friendly, vigilant, and very loyal to their family. They are intelligent, attentive, and calm. Bernese Mountain Dogs require frequent human companionship.

Temperament

Bernese Mountain Dogs are great with children and will protect their loved ones. They get along well with cats and other household pets, provided proper socialization has taken place. The Bernese Mountain Dog will announce unfamiliar visitors with a hearty barking and watch them carefully. Bernese Mountain Dogs are dominant towards one another.

Care

As a long-haired dog, the Bernese Mountain Dog requires regular grooming with a brush and comb, particularly in areas that are prone to tangles (behind the ears, neck, legs, and hindquarters). Daily combing is required when the undercoat is shedding. Ears should be cleaned and excessive hair around the pads of the feet trimmed occasionally. Bernese Mountain Dogs have an average lifespan of only 7-8 years; they are considered ‘old’ at an age of 6 years. They are susceptible to cancer and musculoskeletal issues such as arthritis (particularly in the shoulders and elbows) and hip dysplasia.

Training

The Bernese Mountain Dog must be handled with a loving, consistent approach and on an even keel. The Bernese Mountain Dog is an eager learner and is very responsive to its trainer’s voice. Early training is important for a Bernese Mountain Dog as they can be very difficult to control once they are full grown and have reached their average weight.

Activity

The Bernese Mountain Dog must be taken outside regularly because it is very fond of exercise and the outdoors. They require at least 60 minutes of activity per day. Bernese Mountain Dogs enjoy cold weather and love to run and play off the leash whenever possible. Avoid strenuously exercising the Bernese Mountain Dog when young as it needs all of its energy to put on weight and build strong bones and joints.

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