A complete guide to Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies and
Dogs including photos and articles about grooming,
training, care tips, exercise needs, male and female
Bernese Mountain Dog names, illness and health problems with a
definition and description of Bernese Mountain Puppies and Dogs.
Shedding hairs: The Bernese Mountain Dogs
and puppies shed hair constantly
Grooming needs: The Bernese Mountain Dog requires a lot of grooming
Training a Bernese Mountain Dog (Trainability):
Good response to consistent training
Other Names of Bernese Mountain Dog: Berner Sennenhund, Swiss
Bernese Mountain Dog Lifespan - This dog lives for approximately 6 -
Number of puppies per litter: Around 8 Bernese Mountain puppies per litter
Temperament / Behaviour: Talented, smart, clever
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provided in our Bernese Mountain Dog puppy and dog fact file and guide will prove a
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Summary of Bernese Mountain Puppies and Dogs
Bernese Mountain Dog puppies and dogs are
generally very well behaved and loving by nature. They have
even-balanced temperaments and a calm approach. Puppies are clever
and can be trained fairly easily. They will respond best to
positive, gentle guidance as they have a sensitive side to their
personality and they do not respond well to harshness or aggression.
Dogs and puppies from this breed are not solitary animals, they love
company and they are very affectionate. This is an important fact to
consider before committing to buying a puppy from this breed as they
will require their owner's time and attention. Dogs and puppies have
thick, long hair that will require grooming several times each week.
Grooming is important as it will help to maintain the health and
appearance of the coat.
Choosing Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies
and Dogs as Pets
Bernese Mountain Dog puppies grow into large sized adult
dogs and the above summary will help you to determine
whether they are suitable as a family pet. If you are
considering whether to buy a Bernese Mountain Dog puppy, adoption is also an
option for this particular type of dog, or even selecting
one from a rescue centre, or reputable dog breeder. The
Bernese Mountain dog sadly seems to be susceptible to cancer and other hereditary
diseases which can result in rather a short lifespan.
Researchers are looking into the health of the Bernese
Mountain Dog breed and
trying to establish more information about it.
Are Bernese Mountain Puppies and Dogs ideal family pets?
Dogs and puppies are intelligent, and this attribute
combined with their calm characteristics and easy-going
loving temperaments, makes Bernese Mountain Dogs ideal, excellent family
Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies
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