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The coat can be either smooth or rough; the smooth coat being close and flat while the rough is dense, flat, and more profuse around the neck and legs. The colour is typically a red shade with white, or a mahogany brindle with white. Black shading is usually found on the face and ears. Eyes are usually brown, but sometimes can be icy blue, and should have naturally tight lids, with haws only slightly visible. The ancestors of the St. Bernard share a history with the Sennenhunds.
Bernard, also called Alpine Mountain Dogs or Alpine Cattle Dogs, are the large farm dogs of the farmers and dairymen of most notably the French Alps, livestock guardians, herding dogs , and draft dogs as well as hunting dogs , search and rescue dogs , and watchdogs.
These dogs are thought to be descendants of molosser type dogs brought into the Alps by the ancient Romans, and the St. Bernard is recognized internationally today as one of the Molossoid breeds. The earliest written records of the St. Bernard Pass in , with paintings and drawings of the dog dating even earlier.
Bernard to save people at the pass was Barry sometimes spelled Berry , who reportedly saved somewhere between 40 and lives. Bernard looked very different from the St.
Bernard of today because of cross-breeding. Severe winters from to led to increased numbers of avalanches, killing many of the dogs used for breeding while they were performing rescues.
Bernards were crossed with Newfoundlands brought from the Colony of Newfoundland in the s, and so lost much of their use as rescue dogs in the snowy climate of the alps because the long fur they inherited would freeze and weigh them down. The dogs never received any special training from the monks. Instead, younger dogs would learn how to perform search and rescue operations from older dogs.
Bernard Club was founded in Basel on 15 March Bernard was the very first breed entered into the Swiss Stud Book in , and the breed standard was finally approved in Since then, the breed has been a Swiss national dog. The dogs at the St Bernard hospice were working dogs that were smaller than today's show St Bernard's dogs. Originally about the size of a German Shepherd Dog ,  the St Bernard grew to the size of today's dog as kennel clubs and dog shows emphasized appearance over the dog's working ability, along with a closed stud book.
An open stud book would have allowed breeders to correct such errors by breeding in Working dogs of other dog breeds. Bernard" originates from the passes of Great and Little St Bernard. The two traveler's hospices and passes are located only few miles away in the Western Alps between Switzerland Italy and France , near the Mont-Blanc. The passes, the lodges, and the dogs are named for Bernard of Menthon , the 11th century monk who established the stations.
Bernard" was not in widespread use until the middle of the 19th century. The breed is strikingly similar to the English Mastiff , with which it shares a common ancestor known as the Alpine Mastiff. Bernard breed is radically different than the original dogs kept at the St.
Bernard hospice, most notably by being much larger in size and build. Since the late s, the St. Bernard's bloodline as well. It is suspected that many of these large breeds were used to redevelop each other to combat the threat of their extinction after World War II, which may explain why all of them played a part in the creation of the St. Bernard as seen today. The Russian army kennels crossbreed St Bernards with Caucasian Ovcharka to produce the Moscow Watchdogs that are still used as military service dogs in Russia today.
Bernard dogs are no longer used for Alpine rescues, the last recorded instance of which was in As late as , the Great St Bernard Hospice still retained 18 of the dogs for reasons of tradition and sentiment. In that year the Barry Foundation created breeding kennels for the breed at the town of Martigny down the Great Saint Bernard Pass, and purchased the remaining dogs from the Hospice.
During the summer months each year a number of the animals are temporarily relocated from Martigny to the Hospice for viewing by tourists. Saint Bernard dog enthusiasts and breeders gather for a dog show and parades. The animals bred by the Foundation are trained to participate in a variety of dog sports including carting and weight pulling. The dogs at the Barry Foundation are reportedly smaller than the average St Bernard. The very fast growth rate and the weight of a St.
Bernard can lead to very serious deterioration of the bones if the dog does not get proper food and exercise. Many dogs are genetically affected by hip dysplasia or elbow dysplasia. Osteosarcoma bone cancer has been shown to be hereditary in the breed. The breed standard indicates that this is a major fault. The breed is also susceptible to epilepsy and seizures, a heart disease called dilated cardiomyopathy , and eczema.
US and UK breed clubs put the average lifespan for a St. Bernard at 8—10 years. A study of genetically related polyneuropathy in the breed was conducted. Known as a classic example of a Gentle Giant, the Saint Bernard is calm, patient and sweet with adults, and especially children. Bernards, like all very large dogs, must be well socialized with people and other dogs in order to prevent fearfulness and any possible aggression or territoriality.
The biggest threat to small children is being knocked over by this breed's larger size. Overall they are a sweet, gentle, calm, loyal and affectionate breed, and if socialized are very friendly.
Because of its large adult size, it is essential that proper training and socialization begin while the St. Bernard is still a puppy, so as to avoid the difficulties that normally accompany training large dogs. Bernard may present problems for even a strong adult, so control needs to be asserted from the beginning of the dog's training.
While generally not instinctively protective, a St. Bernard may bark at strangers, and their size makes them good deterrents against possible intruders. The Saint Bernard was bred to be a working companion and to this day the St.
Bernard lives to please its master and is an amiable yet hard worker. Bernards have retained their natural ability for scent work and depending on the skill of the trainer and the talents of the dog, St. Bernards can participate in tracking events or even become involved in search and rescue work. Bernards were exported to England in the midth century, where they were bred with mastiffs to create an even larger dog.
Plinlimmon, a famous St. An New York Times report mentions a St. Bernard named Major F. Bernards are often portrayed, especially in old live action comedies such as Swiss Miss , the TV series Topper , and classic cartoons , wearing small barrels of brandy around their necks.
Avalanche victims supposedly drank the brandy to stay warm while awaiting rescue, although this is medically unsound. The monks of the St.
Bernard Hospice deny that any St. Bernard has ever carried casks or small barrels around their necks; they attribute the image to an painting by Edwin Landseer , perhaps Alpine Mastiffs Reanimating a Distressed Traveler which became a popular engraving in by Charles Landseer.
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