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We are so excited to announce that our beautiful Heidi has been reserved and is no longer available.  Congratulation to Phylis on her reserve for Heidi. Heidi is still available due to no fault of her own.  Heidi is a very sweet and happy girl that enjoys playing in the yard.  She loves to play in the kiddie pool and lay in the sun on our back deck. She is full of energy and curiosity.  She has always been a very big girl.  She is big and bold and loves to play. When she comes inside she is polite and gentle with our cats and two elderly chihuahuas.  Her favorite treat is duck jerky.  She is learning to walk on a leash.  She has been to our vet twice and is up to date on all vaccinations and dewormings. She has been micro chipped with an AKC Reunite micro chip.  She is ready to go home now. She had her dew claws removed at four days old by our veterinarian and had her second vet exam at nine weeks old. We make sure that all of our babies are kept up to date on all age appropriate vaccinations and are dewormed regularly from birth.If you think Heidi would be an excellent addition to your home and would like to talk with us about possibly reserving her, please feel free to call us at 706-540-9738.  All prospective families must complete a phone interview before we will accept a $200 non refundable deposit.

 

Heidi 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.