Bernefie:Bernese Mountain Dog and Newfoundland Mix
Facts & Origin
Bernese Mountain Dog and Newfoundland Mix - a hybrid breed.
This mixed breed is the best of both worlds. The Bernese Mountain Dog is known for being loyal, protective and loving, while the Newfoundland is known for being gentle, patient and kind to children.
The Bernefie is a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Newfoundland. These dogs can reach quite a large size and are known for their strong and muscular stature. They usually have a long, shiny coat that can come in a variety of colors, such as black, brown, or brindle. Bernese Mountain Dogs and Newfoundlands are both intelligent and gentle dogs, so the mixed breed will likely have these characteristics as well. They are usually very affectionate and like to be around their families. Bernese Mountain Dog-Newfoundland mixes are active dogs and need regular exercise and exercise. They make good family dogs and are known to get along well with children and other pets. It is important to note that each dog is an individual and these characteristics may not always apply to a Bernese Mountain Dog-Newfoundland mix. It is important to do your research and make sure that you are able to meet the needs of such a dog.
|Origin||Switzerland / Canada|
|Life expectancy||6 - 10 years|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits of Bernefie - Such is probably his nature.
The Bernese Mountain Dog-Newfoundland mix is a characterful and loyal dog bred for family life. They are intelligent and quick learners, which makes them great pets for families with children. They love human companionship and being part of a family and will do anything to please their owners. They are good-natured, obedient dogs that make great watchdogs.
Bernese Mountain Dogs and Newfoundland mixes are bred for their size, strength and loyalty. They make excellent family dogs and are good with children. They are also very intelligent and learn new things quickly. If you are looking for a large, friendly and obedient dog, this mixed breed is the perfect choice for you.
Health and breeding information
What diseases can occur in Bernese Mountain Dog and Newfoundland mix.
The Bernese Mountain Dog and Newfoundland mix is a relatively new breed of dog. Therefore, not much is known about their health. However, there are some diseases that have occurred in this crossbreed. These include hip and elbow dysplasia, flatulence, and von Willebrand disease.
Hip and elbow dysplasia are both genetic conditions that can lead to joint problems. In hip dysplasia, the hip joint does not form properly, while in elbow dysplasia, the elbow joint does not form properly. These conditions can be painful and lead to arthritis.
Bloat is a condition that can affect any dog, but is especially common in deep-chested breeds such as the Bernese Mountain Dog-Newfoundland mix. Bloat occurs when the stomach fills with gas and twists. This can be very painful and even fatal if not treated immediately.
Von Willebrand disease is a blood clotting disorder that can be passed from parents to puppies. It is important to have your Bernese Mountain Dog Newfoundland mix tested for this disease if there is a history of it in the family.
What does this mixed breed look like?
The breed Bernese Mountain Dog-Newfoundland mix has a dense, double coat, which is colored black, brown and white. The coat is waterproof and protects the dog in cold weather. The Newfoundland portion of the mixed breed gives the dog a thick, woolly undercoat that keeps it warm in the snow. A Bernese Mountain Dog-Newfoundland mix will likely be a large dog, as both parents are large breeds. They could have long, straight hair that comes in a variety of colors, such as brown, black, white or gray. They could also have a mix of characteristics from both parent breeds, such as a short, thick body like the Newfoundland, but long legs like the Bernese Mountain Dog.
What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?
The Bernese Mountain Dog-Newfoundland mix is a large, muscular dog with a thick coat. They weigh between 35 and 50 kg and their body measurements are 65 cm (shoulder height) and 100 cm (body length). They have a broad head and chest, and their tails are long and bushy.
|Fur length||medium - long|
|Ear shape||Floppy Ear - Triangle|
|Size ♀||58 - 69 cm|
|Weight ♀||36 - 55 kg|
|Size ♂||64 - 74 cm|
|Weight ♂||38 - 70 kg|
Hip dysplasia (HD)
The hip dysplasia or hip joint dysplasia of the dog (HD) is a maldevelopment of the hip joint.
May be common in older dogs.
Symptoms of kidney disease in dogs: increased urination (polyuria) increased water intake. Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth. Loss of appetite
Often, unfortunately, the dogs very much under excess weight. But the dogs themselves are never to blame!
Often occur with allergies and intolerances.
Can be hereditary in certain breeds.
Gastric torsion is a disease in which the stomach rotates around its own longitudinal axis. The cause of the disease is not known.
Most venous diseases are of minor importance in the dog
A Bernese Mountain Dog-Newfoundland mix usually has a thick, furry coat that is either black, brown or white. They may also have some different colored patches in their coat. These dogs typically have a large, muscular build and may have webbed feet between their toes to help them swim.
Bernese Mountain Dogs and Newfoundland mixes are usually very friendly and good-natured dogs. They usually get along well with other animals and children and love to play and be active. They can sometimes be a little stubborn, but in general they are very obedient dogs.
Bernese Mountain Dogs and Newfoundland mixes need a lot of exercise. They should go for long walks or runs every day, and they also like to play fetch and other active games.
Bernese Mountain Dogs and Newfoundland mixes are generally healthy dogs, but they can be prone to certain health disorders such as hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia and eye problems.
Bernese Mountain Dogs and Newfoundland mixes normally shed only moderately. In the spring and fall months, when they "let" their coat, the shedding is more severe.
Probably this mongrel will weigh 35 and 50 kg and her body measurements are 65 cm (shoulder height) and 100 cm (body length).
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