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This puppy has been reserved and is no longer available. This big girl wears our purple collar. This sweet girl is always up for playtime and LOVES to go outside.  She thinks the ramp up to the deck is a blast and runs up and down it repeatedly.  She likes to explore the yard and see what she can find to carry around. She plays with the boys and is not one to back away from a game of "tug-of-war" with them. She has very good markings with nicely marked feet, a medium blaze, white cross on her chest and a large white tip on her tail. She had her dew claws removed during her initial vet visit and will be evaluated by our veterinarian  again before going home.  She began her series of vaccinations at eight weeks old. She will be micro chipped before going home also.   All prospective families are interviewed by phone before we will accept a reserve deposit, Please make sure you allow at least 30 minutes for your phone interview before calling.  You can reserve a pup by placing a $200 non refundable deposit.

Female #1 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.