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This lovely male wears our burgundy collar. 
This is one BIG sweet boy with a sweetie pie disposition.  He is a mommas boy and always wants to know where Sa-Bine is at.  He never misses the opportunity for a meal and is always waiting by the food bowl when the time comes. He likes to cuddle and sleep in your lap if given the opportunity. He follows me around and is very interested in everything.  
He has lovely, correct markings and is a very large male. He was whelped on 12/14/2017 and will be ready
to go home on 03/05/2018.   This pup will be AKC register-able, micro chipped, vet examined, started on his
vaccination schedule, dewormed and doggy door trained before going home.
All prospective families must complete a phone interview before we will accept a $200 non refundable deposit on any puppy. If you think this gorgeous boy would be an excellent addition to your family and would like to talk with us about reserving him please feel free to give us a call at 706-540-9738. 
 
Burgundy 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.