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- coats available for this breed;
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Bernese Mountain Dog: the mountain search and rescue dog
Bernese Mountain Dogs are a breed of dog originally from Swiss Alps. In the past, this dog breed was used to drive dairy cattle. These days, they make excellent guide dogs for blind people and are also used for search and rescue of skiers or hikers caught in an avalanche.
Bernese Mountain Dogs stand apart physically with their powerful, lightly rounded head, floppy triangular ears that are gently rounded at the tip, black nose, relatively short legs, strong and straight muzzle, black coat, black lips and dark brown eyes. They are between 23 - 27.5 inches tall and weigh between 88 - 120 pounds.
Bernese Mountain Dogs are loyal and affectionate dogs. They get really attached to their master and have a pressing need for human company. They stay within sight of their master. Even though they aren''t used as guard dogs, their instinct of guarding the farm in the past kicks in if they sense a suspicious presence or noise. This tendency reinforces their suspicious attitude to strangers. However, as they are adorable in nature, this dog will get over their suspicion once they have had the chance to get to know the so-called predator. It''s not in their nature to flee, however they only attack people if their life is in danger. With their calm demeanor, Bernese Mountain Dogs are not overly sporty dogs even though they enjoy long walks.