We have confirmed Pippa’s pregnancy. She is due October 21, 2019. Pippa was bred to to JCH KCU CH Adesa’s Better With Butter N Tallpine (Berkley). Berkley was bred by my friend and mentor, Dawn Hitchcock of Tallpines Bernese. Berkley was Best In Sweeps, Best of Opposite in Futurity and Reserve Winners Dog at the 2018 BMDCA National Specialty. After that show, Berkley left for Argentina, where he got his Junior Championship in Argentina and his Championship in Uruguay. He has excellent hips and normal elbows.
Pics of Berkley
Our ideal home is one where the puppy will be raised with a high quality diet, minimal vaccines, the puppy will have someone home during the day (or has a dog walker, if everyone works out of the house). The Bernese Mountain Dog is from the Working Group – they were bred to work and be active. Certainly they don’t need the amount of exercise as a herding dog, but they do need daily exercise. Bernese were bred to be with the farmer all day long, so they don’t do well with long periods of isolation. We do require that your home is physically fenced.
We breed for temperament, health, longevity, type natural working ability and structure. While this is a family affair, we don’t breed often and we usually breed first and foremost for ourselves, which means we will be keeping at least one puppy out of the litter. We have a well-planned breeding program and we typically only have 1 litter a year. This mean that each breeding is of tremendous importance to us and that we concentrate our efforts into caring for and socializing our puppies. Because of the amount of time that we spend with each puppy, we do not allow people to pick their puppy. We have spent countless hours with each litter and we will pick the puppy that best suits your wants and needs. We normally do structural and temperament evaluations between 8 & 9 weeks of age.
If you are interested in a future litter, send an email to email@example.com.
Information to great links regarding spaying & neutering your pets. We hope this will help you decide what is the right age for you and your pet.
Please click this link for a great video regarding responsible breeders:
Another great link regarding dogs and kids: