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on Thu Apr 30, 2020 4:37 pm
Name and type of Bernese Mountain Dog Diverse name The tricolor dog also known as the Bernese Mountain Dog or the Sennenhund Berner (in Germany and Switzerland) is one of the major dog breeds around the globe. The Sennenhund name pattern is assembled between "Senne" (meaning "alpine alpine" in German) and the word "Hund" (hunting dog). Berner or Bernese in English is in the range used to refer to the farm dog (to guard and tow). Bernese Mountain Dog runs in the snow Bernese Mountain Dog brave, charismatic Type of the famous breed Considering the breed, Bernese Mountain Dog belongs to one of the four famous Sennenhund Sennenhund dogs: - Great Swiss Mountain Dog or Grosser Schweizer Sennenhund: Living in In the Swiss mountains, they have a progeny near the Bernese Mountain Dog. - Appenzell Cattle Dog, also known as Appenzeller Sennenhund: is a cattle dog in the capital of Appenzell, Appenzell Innerrhoden, St. Gallen is located in northeastern Switzerland. - Entlebuch Cattle Dog, also known as Entlebucher Sennenhund: is the smallest of the four cattle breeds, they have a diverse origin and are raised in Entlebuch Valley between Lucerne and Bern states in Switzerland. Bernese Mountain Dog's lovely face Bernery Mountain Dog's cute face - finally, Bernese Mountain Dog comes from the Bern mountains (Alps) now the Swiss capital. They are descendants of the domesticated wolf until now. The trio "Bernese Mountain Dog" was originally named Godly .
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They were first domesticated and bred in Dürrbach Ward, a small town dedicated to nurturing and domesticating large dogs. When did Bernese Mountain Dog appear? Even in the 1900s, in large dog display exhibits in Switzerland, people began to introduce Berne breed dogs first. Only seven years later (in 1907), the first breed club was on the market with the main members being breeders in the Burgdorf area. The Bernese Mountain Dog has been around for more than a century. The Bernese Mountain Dog has been around for more than a century, and they have set the standard for Bernese to be a special breed. create. Just so by 1910, the club had 107 members registered to breed this particular breed. Detailed characteristics of height and weight of Bernese Mountain Dog Sennenhunds mentioned are generally heavy and tall, so that Bernese Mountain Dog is no exception. Dogs of this breed are large in size, height and weight dependent on the male and female. An adult male Bernese Mountain Dog is about 61–71 cm tall and weighs 39–50 kg. The female has a smaller size: between 58–69 cm, weighing from 36–48 kg. however, some individuals in particular can reach 70 kg.

1 Bernese Mountain Dog lying on the snow an adult Bernese Mountain Dog The Bernese Mountain Dog is a bit small, its drooping ears and elongated snout are V-shaped. The coat has 3 extremely characteristic colors: Upper body and back are glossy black. The breast and upper nose are white. Four legs and two sides of the mouth, around the eyes and around the eyes, the legs are golden brown. The coat is a bit coarse, and the relatively thick undercoat possesses a pure texture, which are all characteristics that help it to withstand the cold weather of snowy mountains. Life expectancy of Bernese Mountain Dog is about 8-10 years, the Bernese Mountain Dog can be attached to the owner about a decade of life. That's not a long time, but long enough to create a strong relationship.
This breed has a slightly delayed maturation period, fully maturing at about 2.5 years of age. The Bernese Mountain Dog as a child The Bernese Mountain Dog as a child was so adorable, it took them 2.5 years to grow up Bernese Mountain Dog - A devoted dog who everyone loved. Self-control, carefulness, gathering, fearless, loyal and loyal, these ideal traits are still a coincidence in Bernese Mountain Dog. Help them to please and create intimate relationships bearing the owner. Not only that, these dogs are also extremely calm with strangers, docile and very docile. Ability to integrate into environmental ownership It is no exaggeration to mention that methodology is one advantage of this breed. The dog "cheap both people and strabismus" but belonging to the "big" is sometimes somewhat shy. It does not mean that it makes people love and care for them better. Due to domestication for hundreds of years, many Bernese people are close to people and other dog breeds. They conveniently live peacefully, friendly with a variety of other domestic pets such as cats, horses, pigs, chickens ... Bernese Mountain Dog extremely mischievous Bernese Mountain Dog inexperienced mischief Tricolor Dogs
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