Bernese Mountain Dog
- This is best known of the Swiss mountain dogs, or sennenhunds, and it can be readily distinguished from the other varieties by its coat. This is long and slightly wavy in appearance, without being curly. In terms of colouration and markings it is identical to the other forms. A white blaze on the head extending between the eyes, and a white chest marking as a cross, are essential characteristics. White paws and white tip to the tail. These affectionate and responsive dogs make good family pets if they have adequate exercise.
- This breed has established a strong following in continental Europe, but is not so widely kept elsewhere in the world. Guard against over-feeding, especially protein, to help prevent bloat. Bernese are intelligent.
- Attentive, friendly. They are affectionate, patient dogs and especially good with children.
- Grooming Req.
- Town & Country
- over 9 years
- Feeding Costs
- Under £7 / Week
Oscar Recommends that customers should always consult with a nutritional advisor