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St.Bernad Breed Information

This breed St. Bernad was bred and also developed by monks, in round 980 AD. This breed was bred from, crossing, great Dane, Tibetan Mastiff, Great Pyrenees, and also Great Swiss Mountain Dog. They were used to guide travellers through the dangerous mountains. Later they were used as rescue dogs in snow covered mountains. This breed was registered by the American Kennel Club in the year 1885. They are used as search dogs, guard dogs, rescue dogs and also as cart pullers. They are massive in size, and are also very strong and powerful. They have a large and also broad head with a short muzzle. Their teeth set in scissor bite. They have very large nostrils, which makes them excellent trackers. They have high set ears, which are medium in size. Their feet are strong and with arched toes. The coat covering the body of this breed is rough in texture, but smooth to touch. They have broad tail, which is long. They are available I various combinations of colours like brindle, tan mahogany, and also black. Their ears and face is fully and partially covered in black colour St. Bernards are very friendly in nature. They are gentle and calm. They love the company of children and are always playful with them. They are very loyal, and also devoted to their master. This breed should be properly socialized in order to avoid their unwanted aggression and also shyness around strangers. They are always very alert and also watchful, which makes tem great watch dogs. The average height and also weight of a healthy St. Bernad is 61 cm to 72 cm, and the average weight of this breed is 51 kg to 92 kg. If they are provided with proper amount of exercise, they can adapt well in an apartment. They should be taken out for long walks every day. Exercise is very important for this breed to be physically and also mentally active. They are very easy to groom. They should be brushed and also combed daily to avoid matting. This bred is prone to health conditions such as heart diseases, skin infections, and also extropion. The average life expectancy of this breed is 8 years to 10 years.

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