Bernese Mountain Dog - Pg.1 ❤️

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Bernese Mountain Dog. History: The Bernese Mountain Dog has roots in the Roman mastiffs. It was used in the Bernese Prealps and on the farms in the canton of Bern to guard the farm, pull the milk carts and herd the cattle. It was called "Dürrbächler" after the name of the Bernese town where this dog was popular. Some examples of this breed were exhibited at dog shows in the early twentieth century. In 1907 some breeders from the Berthoud region (Burgdorf) founded the "Swiss Dürrbächler Club" and established a first breed standard. This dog, renamed the "Bernese Mountain Dog" due to its resemblance to other Swiss mountain dog breeds, quickly spread throughout Switzerland and southern Germany. Today, the Bernese Mountain Dog is known and appreciated all over the world for its tricolor coat with distinctive markings, for its spirit of adaptation and for its qualities as a family dog. General Appearance: Long-haired, tricoloured, powerful, agile, harmonious, well-proportioned utility dog with robust limbs and above average size. Height at withers / body length ratio (measured from the point of the shoulder to the point of the buttock) = approximately 9:10 - More tucked up than stretched. Ideally, height at the withers equals height at the chest as 2:1 Well balanced, alert and fearless in all situations of daily life; it is good-natured and faithful to its family, self-confident and placid towards strangers; of mild temperament and docile.

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