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Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies

Upcoming Bernese Mountain Dog Litter

Bailey & Beasty's Litter

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Bailey's Upcoming Litter
Exp. DOB: 02/08/23

Pick 1:
​Pick 2: Available
​Pick 3: Available
​Pick 4: Available
​Pick 5: Available

Exp. Available: 04/05/2023

Midnight & Bernie's Litter



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Midnight's Upcoming Litter
Exp. DOB: 02/15/23

Pick 1:
​Pick 2: Available
​Pick 3: Available
​Pick 4: Available
​Pick 5: Available

Exp. Available: 04/12/2023

Ember & Hans's Litter

Ember's Upcoming Litter
Exp. DOB: 02/25/23

Pick 1:
​Pick 2: Available
​Pick 3: Available
​Pick 4: Available
​Pick 5: Available

Exp. Available: 04/22/2023

Future Litter Waiting List

Bernese Mountain Dog


Pick 1: Available

 Pick 2: Available

Pick 3: Available

Pick 4: Available

Pick 5: Available

 Reserve a puppy now or contact us to schedule a time to meet them at our home.
Are Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies a good pet?

What are Bernese Mountain Dog Puppies Personality and Temperament like?

Big, powerful, and built for hard work, the Bernese Mountain Dog is also strikingly beautiful and blessed with a sweet, affectionate nature. Berners are generally laid back but are always up for a romp with the owner, whom they live to please. The Bernese Mountain Dog is a large, sturdy dog that can stand over 27 inches at the shoulder.

Are Bernese Mountain Dogs good pets for families with kids?

Berners get along with the entire family and are particularly gentle with children, but they will often become more attached to one lucky human. Berners are imposing but not threatening, and they maintain an aloof dignity with strangers.

What is the Lifespan of Bernese Mountain Dogs

Berners are generally healthy dogs, and responsible breeders will screen their breeding stock for various breed-related health conditions. The average expected lifespan of a Bernese Mountain Dog is 9-12 years.

Bernese Mountain Dogs Grooming and Care Best Practices

The Bernese Mountain Dog has a double coat, with a longer outer coat and a wooly undercoat. Berners shed a fair amount, even more so during shedding season, which occurs twice a year. Weekly brushing (daily during shedding season) will help to remove loose hair and keep the dog looking its best. Early socialization and obedience training are important for all dogs, but especially so for breeds as large as the Bernese Mountain Dog. Berners are intelligent and eager to please, so they are usually easy to train.

-Picking A Puppy-


Puppy reservations are made in order that deposits are received. Selections will be made at 5 weeks on reservations placed on upcoming litters. Deposits made on puppies 5 weeks & older will be non-refundable.  We take pride in assisting with matching the perfect puppy with your family. Picks can be carried over to another litter if a current puppy is not a match for your family. Deposits on carried-over picks and reservations made after seven weeks are nonrefundable.   

Our puppies will come home with a puppy packet that includes the following: A written guarantee for one year on genetic defects. AKC registration paperwork. All shots and deworming records. A clean bill of health from a licensed veterinarian. A small bag of puppy food and feeding information. 


All pet puppies will be sold with limited registration unless otherwise discussed with the breeder. Limited registration means that the dog is registered but no litters born from that dog are eligible for registration. It is eligible to be entered into any AKC show event. Limited registration can be changed to full registration only by the original litter owner.  

*For your convenience we do our best keep our website as current and accurate as possible. After a puppy is reserved its is our goal to make the update within minutes with few exceptions outside holidays and unforeseen events. You can be confident the available puppies and their pictures shown are accurate and up to date.  

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