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This sweet boy wears our Green collar. He is the smallest male in this litter. This sweet boy is very active and always looking for something fun to do. He is always moving around and I have a hard time getting a picture of him standing still!  He likes to investigate anything new in the yard.  He can make a toy or game out of anything and knows all of moms hiding places so he can go steal a quick drink. He had his dew claws removed at his first vet visit when he was just a four days old. He will be examined by our veterinarian again at seven weeks old before he is ready to go home on 09/15/2018. Our puppies are kept up to date on all age appropriate vaccinations, dewormings & veterinary examinations. Pups are ready to home at eight weeks of age. All of our babies are eligible for AKC registration. We micro chip every puppy before they go home with an AKC Reunite chip. All prospective families are interviewed by phone before we will accept a $200 non refundable deposit on any pup. Pups are chosen in the order of receipt of the reserve deposit. Once reserve holders have chosen their pup we will update the status of the litter to reflect their availability. If you have any questions or would like to talk with us about reserving one of our babies please feel free to email or call us at 706-540-9738.
 
Green Collar male  is $1800

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 Before you decide to reserve a pup, Please be sure to thoroughly research the BMD (Bernese Mountain Dog), talk to your vet and check out everything you can about the health, history and traits of any breed of dog you plan to take home. Every breed of dog has unique personalities, health risks and requirements. Berners are large breed dogs who do require daily exercise, good nutrition, clean water, regular vet checkups and should be taught at the minimum basic commands. Please feel free to ask me any questions you may have about the BMD breed, training, feeding, health issues and grooming requirements. We want our families to be happy with our babies and are always happy to answer questions.