Bernese Mountain Dog

Bernese Mountain Dog

The Bernese Mountain dog, also known as a Berner dog, is highly intelligent and possesses a lot of self-confidence. He’s also bold, alert, and easy to train. He’s affectionate and devoted to his people. He’s fun-loving, happy-go-lucky, and very sociable. He’s sensitive, along with being good-natured, calm, and patient with children.

  • A sweet and good-natured with a calm and patient demeanor
  • Makes an excellent watchdog who’s very protective and alert
  • Highly intelligent and ranks high as one of the smartest dogs

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How long do Bernese Mountain dogs live?

The Bernese Mountain dog lifespan can range anywhere from 6 to 8 years.

Do Bernese Mountain dogs shed?

Bernese Mountain dogs are heavy shedders. They shed year-round and even more during the spring and fall months.

Are Bernese Mountain dogs hypoallergenic?

No, a Bernese Mountain dog isn’t a hypoallergenic dog because it sheds heavily, and it’s not a good breed for people who have allergies.

How big do Bernese Mountain dogs get?

The Bernese Mountain dog size differs slightly between the genders. A male’s height ranges anywhere from 25 to 28 inches, while a female ranges somewhere between 23 to 26 inches.

How much do Bernese Mountain dogs weigh?

The Bernese Mountain dog weight for a male is anywhere from 84 to 110 pounds, while a female can weigh anywhere from 79 to 110 pounds.

When are Bernese Mountain dogs fully grown?

A Berner dog reaches his fully-grown adult body around 2 or 3 years old.

Are Bernese Mountain dogs smart?

Berner dogs are highly intelligent. They rank #27 on the list of the smartest dog breeds.

Is a Bernese Mountain dog a good family dog?

The Berner dog breed is great for families. They enjoy being in the company of loved ones. They’re very loyal and sweet-natured and get along with children and other pets, especially when they’re properly socialized as a puppy.

Do Bernese Mountain dogs drool?

A Bernese Mountain dog drools, but not that much unless it’s one with loose jowls, and that’s when they drool a lot.

Can Bernese Mountain dogs be left alone?

Bernese Mountain dogs suffer from separation anxiety, and can’t be alone for any longer than four hours.

Do Bernese Mountain dogs like snow?

Berner dogs love the snow. They’re an outdoor breed who can handle harsh wintry weather.

Are Bernese Mountain dogs aggressive?

A Berner dog is one of the least aggressive breeds around, especially when it comes to interacting with humans. However, a male Berner dog can exhibit aggression towards other male dogs.

Do Bernese Mountain dogs bark a lot?

Bernese Mountain dogs bark, but only when necessary. This includes when they want to alert you of something, they want your attention, or they’re fearful, bored, or lonely.

Do Bernese Mountain dogs need a lot of exercise?

Thirsty minutes of daily exercise are sufficient for a Berner dog.

Are Bernese Mountain dogs good with cats?

Berner dogs can do well with cats if they are socialized properly during puppyhood.

Are Bernese Mountain dogs easy to train?

Yes, a Bernese Mountain dog is easy to train. This is a sensitive breed, so during any obedience training, it’s best to do every exercise in a slow and good-natured fashion.

Are Bernese Mountain dogs protective?

A Berner dog has a background working to protect farms and pastures, so he makes a very good watchdog who’s very protective.

Can Bernese Mountain dogs swim?

Bernese Mountain dogs know how to swim, but not many from this breed enjoy being in the water.

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