ABOUT US

We have been breeding St Bernard Puppies for the Over 5 years and strive to breed healthy, Top Quality puppies. We are looking for responsible people to take one of our St Bernard  puppies into their home so as to love them and spoil them with all their needs.

We pride ourselves on giving our St Bernard Puppies to owners as much support as they want or need in taking care of the puppy. We will not sell our Puppies without some background information and we ask that you do not buy them as a gift for someone else unless that person is familiar with the breed. Sometimes, surprises are unwelcome and we want our puppies to be a welcomed addition in your home or any home they go.

To be able to share the affection of such beautiful and smart creatures is a blessing. My family and I have a fondness for the St Bernard puppies, Training and socializing them as a team. Raising them in our home and as a team presents us with a rare opportunity at a companionship that mutually improves us( man and pet), developments such as patience and loyalty.

We are committed to providing you with the most beautiful companion. Home bred with our kids and other pets well socialized, we have gone to great lengths to make sure they have the best possible start with their new families, feeding them properly and care which is second to none. We assure you, you have found with us the most lovable companion for yourself and your family. We are very concerned about the type of homes our puppies will be going to as they are our major concern.

Did You Know?

It’s true that the Saint Bernard was a savior to stranded travelers in the Swiss Alps, but he never wore a brandy keg around his neck

History

Saint Bernards are powerful, giant-sized dogs with deep roots in myth and legend. Although traditionally thought to have originated at a monastery-hospice in the Swiss Alps in the 11th century, the dog’s first verifiable appearance at the monastery, or anywhere else, probably occurred about 600 years later.

Experts believe that these first monastery dogs were intended for use as watchdogs. Not long thereafter, however, their life-saving abilities became apparent. Over the next three centuries, Saints were credited with saving well over 2,000 human lives.

Today’s Saints are known not only for their historic exploits, but also for their love and devotion to their human companions, especially children. Two popular children’s movies of the 1990s, “Beethoven” and “Beethoven 2,” capitalized on this trait to tell stories of a lovable Saint Bernard’s adventures with his suburban American family.

Expectations

Exercise Requirements: <20 minutes/day
Energy Level: Laid back
Longevity Range: 8-10 yrs.
Tendency to Drool: High Tendency to Snore: Moderate
Tendency to Bark: Low
Tendency to Dig: Low Social/Attention Needs: High

Size

A male Saint Bernard’s height can range between 28 and 30 inches, and he can weigh between 140 and 180 pounds (63 to 81 kilograms). A female’s height may range between 26 and 28 inches, and she may weigh between 120 and 140 pounds (54 to 63 kilograms).