Great Bernese Puppies

 OUR GREAT PYRENEES MOM’S

 Juno

 “JUNO”

Born November 2011

 Sheba Bear

 “SHEBA BEAR”

Born April 2012

(full sister to Juno)

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 SHEBA BEAR DUE BY BRUTUS MAY 29, 2014

(NOW ACCEPTING DEPOSITS)

 Sheba Bear  bRUTUS 500

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 PAST PUPPIES

The Great Bernese is created by crossing the purebred Great Pyrenees with the purebred Bernese Mountain Dog. Although purebred Great Pyrenees drool, the mixed puppies do not.

 Peyton puppy 500  “PEYTON” Juno and Marmaduke boy July 2013
 Great Berner babies  JUNO AND FESTUS’ LITTER BORN DECEMBER 2012

 

THE BEST OF BOTH BREEDS

THE GREAT PYRENEES

A range of rugged mountains lies along the border between France and Spain. It was here, in the Pyrenees Mountains, that the Great Pyrenees dog was developed to protect sheep. It is thought that the Great Pyrenees originated in Central Asia or Siberia and followed the Aryan migration into Europe. The breed takes his name from the mountain range in southwestern Europe, where they are used to guard flocks on the steep slopes. In addition to its association with the peasant shepherd, the Great Pyrenees was also cherished by the nobility and appointed French court dog in the 17th century.

Wild wolves and bears roamed the mountainsides in search of food, but they couldn’t get past the Great Pyrenees dog. This big, brave dog was devoted to his flock and courageous against attackers. He was protected by his thick coat and usually wore a collar with sharp metal spikes.

 


 

THE BERNESE MOUNTAIN DOG

The Bernese Mountain dog originated in the Swiss mountains. Many 18th century paintings show dogs that look like a Bernese type dog. The breed was named for the Canton of Bern in Switzerland. They were working dogs particularly good at draft work, pulling carts to market. They also were used to drive dairy cattle, to watch over the farm and as companions to the farmers. By the end of the 19th century many other working dogs were being imported to Switzerland, which brought the numbers of the Bernese down as workers began to use other types of dogs. An effort was made by a group of people including Professor Albert Heim and Franz Schertenleib to preserve the breed. They went around finding what remaining dogs they could in order to stabilize the Bernese. Today the breed makes a wonderful companion and they still to this day enjoy whatever draft work you can give them. The breed’s talents are tracking, herding, watch, guarding, search and rescue, carting and competitive obedience.

 

 


 

All puppies come with a 48 hour, ONE YEAR and TWO YEAR Written Health Guarantee, Spay and Neuter agreement and will be properly vaccinated and on a de-worming schedule.

 


 

 

 

Although this is a mixed breed dog, both parents are registered with the AKC. The puppies produced as a Hybrid cannot be registered with the American or Canadian Kennel Clubs.
Micro chipping by request ($15.00 fee)

PUPPIES ARE $1,000.00 ($300.00 deposit* required)

*deposits are non refundable

JM KENNELS
JOHNSTOWN, COLORADO

 

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