These gentle giants enjoy nothing more than a soft pillow and a good cuddle!
Bred for strength, Bernese Mountain Dogs pull two-wheeled carts and four-wheeled wagons.
Historically, Berners worked alongside alpine herders and dairymen called Senn, guarding flocks and pulling milk carts to market.
Learn more about common activities for the modern-day Berner. Many club members participate in carting, conformation and agility with their companion Bernese Mountain Dogs.
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Judges look for many traits in conformation competitions. The Bernese Mountain Dog breed standard describes the optimal coloring, build and disposition.
Bernese Mountain Dogs enjoy getting out and seeing the world. Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Oregon (BMDCO) members take their companion dogs along on hikes and snowshoeing, or simply for walks around town and on the beach. Click any photo to enlarge.
Agility isn't just for Aussies! Alert and willing, Bernese Mountain Dogs do well in agility.