Dog Breed – Saint Bernard

The Saint Bernard is an extremely large, strong dog. Even though they are so large, they are one of the friendliest and gentle breeds. This dog just wants to please their owner. They make great family pets.

The Saint Bernard is a very old breed. It has been around since around the year 1000. It is thought that monks crossed an ancient mastiff with the Great Pyrenees and the Great Dane. In the seventeenth century, this dog was used mainly as a rescue dog in the snow. More than 2,000 people have been saved by the Saint Bernard!

When the dog is used for rescue purposes, they train it to search out missing people and then lick the person and lie next to them in order to provide them with warmth. The dogs travel together, so after they find the person, one of the dogs then goes back to get help. The Saint Bernard has such a strong sense of smell that they have been known to find people buried deep under the snow.

I’m sure it’s obvious to see that the Saint Bernard is very intelligent. They can be trained easily. However, if you own a Saint Bernard, it is very important that you train them at a young age while the dog is still small. They can be hard to manage if they get to be full grown and are not properly trained.

Another interesting fact about the Saint Bernard is that they seem to have a sixth sense. They know when there is danger and also can tell when there are avalanches or storms coming. Nobody knows how they know, but they do. They are great about warning their owners to potential dangers.

Saint Bernards make great family pets. They are very tolerant of children, gentle, friendly, patient, obedient, and loyal. This dog just loves to be with its family and therefore, doesn’t like to be kept outdoors.

If you own this breed, it is important that they get enough exercise. They need a long walk every day and it’s best if you have a yard for them. However, be careful when they are outside because they do not do well in hot weather. This breed is used to being in the snow and does not tolerate heat very well.

The Saint Bernard is a very healthy dog overall, but there are some health problems that you should be aware of if you’re thinking of getting one. They are prone to heart problems, hip dysplasia, skin problems, and twisted stomach.

If you take good care of your dog, he can live to be about ten years old. Just make sure that you train and socialize this breed at a young age. If you do, you will have a fantastic pet and companion.