Bernese Mountain Dog
Berner Sennenhund

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Other Names
Berner Sennenhund, Bernese Cattle Dog

Switzerland, Ancient times.

First Use

Life Expectancy
This breed can live as long as 7-12 years of age

Weight & Height
79 to 107 pounds & 23 to 27 inches tall

Known Health Problems
Hip & Elbow Displasia, Bloat, This breed is also prone to cancer. Autoimmune disease, eye disorders, skin and coat problems, subaortic stenosis, von willebrand's disease, thyroid disorders.

Physical Description
Large, powerful, squarely built dog with large head and straight muzzle. The eyes are dark brown, the nose is black and medium sized, triangular drop ears are set high. The chest is deep and the tail is long and bushy..

This breed is friendly, active, fearless & completely devoted to its family. It is easy to train and is excellent in the show ring. This breed usually does well with children and other animals if socialized with both from a puppy.


Living Conditions
The Bernese is not suitable for apartment life. They prefer cooler climates and are content to sleep outdoors.

Needs daily brushing and occasional bathing

Needs at least 1-2 hours of exercise daily

Coat Texture
Long, shiny and straight or slightly wavy.

Coat Colors



4-10 pups per litter. Puppies need to be socialized with human & other animals early on

Continental Kennel Club
American Kennel Club
United Kennel Club
New Zealand Kennel Club
American Pet Registry
Fédération Cynologique Internationale
Canadian Kennel Club
National Kennel Club


If you have a GOOD quality photo of a Bernese Mountain doglike the ones posted.. you are welcome to send them into us for consideration for our page..
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Bernese Mountain Dog Breeders

Please make sure you do your research on every breeder before purchasing puppies. Pets Place does not take any responsibility for any breeders listed that may not be reputable or up to your standards. This is your responsibilty as the buyer to do your research to make sure all appropriate health tests are done by the person you are purchasing your dog from.

Coburg Hill's Bernese Mountain Dogs
Location: Eugene, Oregon
Contact: Michelle and Angela Merfeld


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