St. Bernard (dog)
The St. Bernard or St Bernard (UK: ˈ b ɜːr n ər d , US: b ər ˈ n ɑːr d ) is a breed of very large working dog from the western Alps in Italy and Switzerland. They were originally bred for rescue by the hospice of the Great St Bernard Pass on the Italian Swiss border.
Dog Owner's Guide Profile: The St. Bernard Canis Major
So you think you want a St. Bernard. Think twice. Or three times. The Saint requires as much devotion as he gives. His size dictates the need for basic manners training and moderate exercise for big bones and muscles.
The Saint Bernard Club Inc. St Bernard Club of New South ...
WELCOME We hope we may help you learn more about the St Bernard and assist you to assess your compatibility with the breed. If you are thinking about sharing your life with a Saint, you are in the process of making a very big decision
Saint Berdoodle – The Loyal St Bernard Poodle Mix
Welcome to our complete guide on the Saint Berdoodle. This adorable mix is a cross between a St. Bernard and Poodle. But is it the right choice for you?
Rehoming The Saint Bernard Club Inc.
Disclaimer: The Saint Bernard Club provides this page as a paid advertisement for people who have a genuine need to rehome their Saint Bernard.
Saint Bernard Dog Breed Information and Pictures
Saint Bernard dog breed information, pictures, care, temperament, health, puppies.
Saint Bernard Dog Breed Information akc.org
Right breed for you? Saint Bernard information including personality, history, grooming, pictures, videos, and the AKC breed standard.
St. Bernard Names – 130 Perfect Ideas My Dog's Name
Get ready for a HUGE list of St. Bernard names. In fact, we’ve got 130 ideas ranging from famous to funny, and everything in between. Among the world’s most famous and beloved breeds, the St. Bernard stands out for its large, strong build, obedient personality and sweet demeanor, especially as a family dog.
St. Bernard Information, Characteristics, Facts, Names
The Saint Bernard was founded in 980 AD by St. Bernard de Menthon and bred by monks, most likely by crossing the ancient Tibetan Mastiff with the Great Dane, Greater Swiss Mountain Dog and the Great Pyrenees.
Saint Bernard Dog Breed Information Vetstreet
The Saint Bernard doesn’t want to wear a brandy keg around his neck, but you might be able to train him to bring you a beer. With a heart that’s as kind as his body is big, this lovable giant makes a great family friend and protector. He is sweet, sometimes shy, and often stubborn