Swissy Saint:Saint Bernard and Swiss mountain dog Mix
Facts & Origin
Great Swiss Mountain Dog St. Bernard Mix - a hybrid breed.
The Great Swiss Mountain Dog Saint Bernard Mix are a popular hybrid breed. These two breeds are often referred to as"Swissy" or "Swissies". The Great Swiss Mountain Dog is a medium-sized dog that originated in the Bernese Alps and was originally bred as a working dog. He has a light, yet very muscular build with a short, glossy coat. He has a friendly and gentle nature, but is also affectionate and reliable. The St. Bernard is a huge dog that originated in the Valais region of Switzerland and was used as a mountain rescue dog. He is robust, intelligent and has a very lovable nature. Its dense, soft coat comes in several colors. A Great Swiss Mountain Dog Saint Bernard mix is suitable for families who want a large, gentle, loyal dog.
|Life expectancy||6 - 10 years|
|Care requirements||high-maintenance - low-maintenance|
|FCI group||not recognised|
|AKC group||not recognised|
|KC group||not recognised|
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Attitude, character and temperament of the breed
Possible character traits of Swissy Saint- Such is probably his nature.
The Great Swiss Mountain Dog Saint Bernard mix is a combination of two highly talented working dogs that make very loving and loyal family dogs. They are a very social breed and love to spend time with people. These dogs are usually very affectionate and cuddly. They are also good at getting used to other pets, especially cats. Although they are the offspring of two very different working dogs, they are usually active and need plenty of exercise. This breed can usually be trained well, although they like to have a mind of their own.
This mix is very gentle and intelligent, so it is well suited for beginners and families. It is possible for them to use their size as a guard and protection dog, but don't expect it to be obvious. Their loyal and friendly nature makes them an incredible companion, although they don't always cooperate the best during training. Because they have a true working dog heritage, they can sometimes overwork themselves, so remember that it's okay to help them calm down and relax.
If you want a loyal friend to be by your side, the mixed breed Swissy Saint is the one for you. Despite their imposing appearance, they are softer than you think, and they are as loyal companions who love you, trusting and with patience.
Health and breeding information
What diseases can occur in Swissy Mix
The Great Swiss Mountain Dog Saint Bernard Mix is a popular breed. It is known for its friendliness and loyalty and is often kept as a family dog. Although they are extremely kind and gentle, they may suffer from certain diseases.
One of them is Hip Dysplasia, a disease of the hip joint. It occurs when the heads of the bones do not fit properly into the joint cavities or are worn out. This can cause pain and stiffness. Treatment usually consists of medication, physical therapy and surgery.
Another disease is respiratory. These include allergies, asthma and sinusitis. These can cause coughing and shortness of breath, which can lead to severe distress. To treat this, the veterinarian must examine the dog individually and determine the best treatment plan.
Bone marrow disorders are another problem that can occur in Swissy Saint. These include blood disorders such as anemia, which is caused by a lack of red blood cells in the body. If this condition is not treated, it can worsen and cause a decrease in energy and appetite.
Although there are some health problems that can occur in the Great Swiss Mountain Dog Saint Bernard mix, it is important to note that most of these problems can be prevented with regular checkups. A trip to the vet like this can help you catch and treat any potential problems early on. If you have questions about a particular health issue, you should contact your veterinarian.
What does this mixed breed look like?
A mix of Great Swiss Mountain Dog St. Bernard mix has a thick, short coat. It is very soft and lies close to the body. It can come in many different colors, but the most common are black and white, brown, or light golden. The eyes are usually dark brown, but sometimes they can be a bright blue. Some dogs of this breed also have a white chest patch, which gives them a unique appearance. These dogs are sturdy, loyal, energetic and intelligent and, if raised correctly, they are reliable companions.
What are breed characteristics of this mix dog?
The Swissy Saint Mix breed has a warming coat that protects them from cold and wet weather. Their body is muscular and medium sized. The shoulder height is between 58-68 cm and they weigh between 34-50 kg. They have a short black or brown head and a soft, silky coat. The coat may require repeated brushing as it is prone to lichen.
|Fur length||medium - short|
|Tail||fanned out - lang|
|Anatomy||strong, muscular, massive, hefty|
|Size ♀||60 - 80 cm|
|Weight ♀||30 - 120 kg|
|Size ♂||60 - 90 cm|
|Weight ♂||30 - 120 kg|
Definition: Dog has epilepsy if, for example, at least two epileptic seizures occur more than 24 hours apart.
May be common in older dogs.
IPA, FPC and OCD occur in dogs at four to five months of age during the most severe growth spurt.
Elbow dysplasia (ED)
Elbow joint dysplasia is a chronic disease complex of the elbow joint of fast growing dog breeds.
Hip dysplasia (HD)
The hip dysplasia or hip joint dysplasia of the dog (HD) is a maldevelopment of the hip joint.
Symptoms of kidney disease in dogs: increased urination (polyuria) increased water intake. Inflammation of the mucous membrane of the mouth. Loss of appetite
This mix can vary in size, but they can grow from 58 to 68cm in shoulder height.
The average service life is 10-12 years.
This mix embodies the best qualities of both parents: they are kind, loyal, intelligent and strong.
This breed requires maximum daily physical exercise, including long walks, running, jogging and playing.
To maintain the health of this dog, its coat must be regularly brushed and combed. The ears and paws should be cleaned at least once a week.
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