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The Saint Bernard was used centuries ago in the Swiss Alps by monks as search and rescue dogs. Their ability to guard and herd livestock coupled with their strength which they use to haul in the farms has led to the recognition of this breed as a working dog by the AKC. Although they can adapt to living in an apartment, they are better suited for a large home with enough space to roam about. They do well in a lot of climates but are still sensitive to very high temperatures.
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Popularly referred to as the “nanny dog” because of the way it easily gets along with kids and other pets. They are loving, loyal, and playful notwithstanding their huge and imposing size. These dogs could succumb to common ailments such as eye disease, hip dysplasia, and elbow dysplasia. They could also experience bloating due to their large chest. It is important to learn about this phenomenon, the signs, and symptoms so that you will be able to act accordingly. Regular visits to the vet and a good diet should be enough to keep the dog healthy.
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They are highly trainable due to their heightened eagerness to please and intelligence. It is essential, due to their huge size, to teach them boundaries and not to jump on people. It will be beneficial if you are a first time owner to take some classes on how to train your dog to make it easier. Giving the dog’s fur a good brush weekly should be enough to keep it looking good. The amount of brushing will need to be increased when they experience a period of high shedding of course. Give them a bath when necessary.
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Simple hygienic practices such as trimming their nails, cleaning their ears, and brushing there are essential to keep the dog healthy and clean. Unlike their size, the saint Bernard does not require a lot of exercises and will do just fine with a daily walk. They enjoy being with their owners so they will also enjoy doing more vigorous exercises like hiking and swimming. A fully grown saint Bernard stands at about 26 to 30 inches tall and weighs about 120 to 180 pounds mostly depending on the sex. They live averagely for 8 to 10 years.