The Bernese Mountain Dog training information you will read here was developed
by a panel of renowned dog training experts whose
combined wisdom represents nearly 100 years of specialist
experience training dogs.
Here are a few of our experts:
has been featured in National TV and
Radio shows like Voice of America
and has been
dogs ever since he was 14 years old.
players, NFL players, professional
golfers, singers, wrestlers, governors, CEOs,
billionaire entrepreneurs, and many other celebrities
trust Ty because of his unique approach to training
He has trained dogs in 18 states
in the U.S.A and four other countries worldwide
and has spent several years working with high
level executive protection dogs who make wonderful
family pets, but potent guardians if called
is an internationally recognized Expert
Animal Communicator and Master
who has authored 6 books on Animal Communication
and has been featured in several TV
and Radio shows such as the
Wayne & Jayne Radio Show and Whole Life Radio
with Carmen & John LaMarca.
Her uncanny insight
into 'animal thought' comes from having intimately
worked with over 6,200 animals during the past
30 years, which is why we trust her profound
experience when she speaks.
Dr. Susan Lauten
Lauten has a Masters in Animal Nutrition
and a Ph.D in Biomedical Sciences.
Recently a guest of
Marty Becker on "Top Vets Talk Pets"
and interviewed by The Oregon Live,
she has authored several peer-reviewed articles
and veterinary nutrition reference book chapters.
With 5 years of experience teaching Veterinary
Nutrition at a Veterinary Teaching Hospital,
Dr. Lauten brings unequalled veterinary perspective
into how your dog should be cared for both medically
has a current practice which teaches nearly
200 young dog owners to train
their dogs in obedience and
Having spent over 40 years training
dogs, Sally has proven experience in helping
dogs to love and obey their owners and bond
deeply with them - while guiding owners to truly
appreciate the wonderful gift of friendship
this inevitably brings.
Bernese Mountain Dog - Free Online Seminars and Free Training Course on Bernese Mountain Dogs
Get Instant Access to Your Training Now - For Free
Sign up to be notified of our next free online seminar as well as subscribe to the Bernese Mountain Dog Mini Course and Learn New and Advanced Bernese Mountain Dog Training and Bernese Mountain Dog Care, Tips, Methods and Strategies, FREE!
You'll learn new Commands to Obedience train your dog to finally end bad habits like barking, biting or pulling on the leash.
Housetraining and Feeding your Bernese Mountain Dog the right way will suddenly become easy and fun.
The Free Online Seminars and the Free Bernese Mountain Dog Mini Course offers:
How to lead and think like a pack dog - the new psychology
- How to handle this muscled and powerfully built breed.
- Potty training step-by-step guide for the easiest yet most effective ways
to avoid 'accidents' from your Bernese Mountain Dog.
- How to improve your Bernese Mountain Dog's lifespan with a healthy and nutritious
- How to teach your Bernese Mountain Dog to listen to you all the time.
- How to turn your unruly, disobedient Bernese Mountain Dog into a loving, friendly
Getting Pro help fast - how to get access to our expert trainers when you need them most
One hidden psychological trigger that all Bernese Mountain Dogs have... that practically allows you to "analyze" and "control" your Bernese Mountain Dog's every action
A surprisingly easy way to teach your Bernese Mountain Dog cool new tricks
875,000 others have already taken the free mini course training and proven its power to breathe happy, obedient life into their dogs and inspire a loving new relationship with them.
If you want to know the secrets
to successfully raising a
Bernese Mountain Dog
into much more than just a loving companion then
get started right away - it's the simplest way to
get back 100 times what you put into training your
Bernese Mountain Dog
Bernese Mountain Dog: Origin, Personality, Training (Mountain Dog, Berner)
AKC Ranking: 41
Also Known As:
Berner, Mountain Dog, Berner Sennenhund
About Bernese Mountain Dog
Country of Origin, History of Bernese Mountain Dogs
Bernese Mountain Dog's origin is unknown but they are known to be a native
Swiss breed from the Bernese Alps. The “Bernese Alpine Herdsman’s
dog” or Berner Sennenhund, was used
for driving livestock, draft work and as a
general farm guardian to warn the family.
Breed Selector Tool - is the Bernese Mountain Dog the right breed for you?
Is the Bernese Mountain Dog the right breed for you and your family?
Find out by using our Free Dog Breed Selector Tool
Check Your Bernese Mountain Dog's Learning Style
Are you aware dogs also have a learning style that can greatly affect their ability to housetrain as well as be trained correctly. Evaluate your Bernese Mountain Dog's learning style and personality using our free Learning Style tool so that you are better able to provide him with the proper training methods.
Is your Bernese Mountain Dog dominating over you?
Does your Bernese Mountain Dog bark unnecessarily? Does your Bernese Mountain Dog come to you when you call? Download a FREE Report on Dog Dominance for you and your Bernese Mountain Dog and learn how to control your dog.
Do you make these mistakes with your Bernese Mountain Dog?
Are you inadvertently snow-balling bad behavior in your Bernese Mountain Dog? Evaluate your Dog Training Style from our Free Tool and learn how best to deal with your dog.
Bernese Mountain Dog Calorie Calculator
Do you know how many calories your Bernese Mountain Dog needs every day and how many cups of food you should be giving it every day? Click here to use our Bernese Mountain Dog Calorie Calculator.
A General Appearance
of the Dog
This Breeds are large, heavy,
sturdy dogs with a full heavy coat. The Berner
is a tri-colored dog with the base of black
with markings of rust or tan and white. The
head is broad with dark eyes. The tail is
long and bushy.
The Berner looks like an intelligent,
gentle giant. The deep bark of warning is often
accompanied by a wagging tail saying, “do
you want to be my friend?”
The Dogs are tri-colored with
a base of black with pure white chest, feet and
blaze. There will be highlights of rust or tan as
well. The rust areas should be symmetrical and include
two highlights over the eyes.
Berners have a full, long, heavy
coat and bushy tail. The coat is slightly wavy but
may also be straight.
Male: 24 to 28 inches
Female: 23 to 27 inches
Male: 85 to 110 lbs
Female: 80 to 105 lbs
Temperament of the Dog
The Dog is a gentle, happy breed
which makes a great family companion. They are gentle
and cheerful. Berners love children. Their instincts
provide a natural watchdog warning of anything or
anyone approaching, but they are not aggressive.
They are a “couch potato” but are capable
of high energy when motivated. Due to the very loyal
nature of the breed, adoption after 18 months can
create a difficult adjustment for the dog.
Better suited to an indoor
or outdoor lifestyle?
This Dogs love the outdoors but
they need time inside with their family. Because
of their thick coats, they prefer cool climates.
Are they suited to homes
Berners love children. Their gentle,
cheerful attitude makes them a wonderful family
pet. They can be boisterous when young and, because
of their size, can knock youngsters down, but they
would never hurt a family member or friend.
How Active is the Breed?
Bernese Mountain Dogs are an active
breed. They need daily exercise, long walks, runs
in an open area. They do best with a large fenced
yard. Berners are slow to mature and can remain
boisterous and puppy-like for quite awhile. Inside,
unless excited, Berners are calm, couch potatoes.
If they do not see a need to expend energy, they
will often be happy just laying down.
As adults, they do fine in an
apartment setting as long as they get a long walk
each day and a run in a dog park several times a
How Much Exercise Does
the Dog Need at every stage of its Life?
Berners are large active dogs,
and need regular exercise like long daily walks
and extended play time in an area where they can
The Berner’s long thick coat needs daily
to weekly brushing. Additional brushing can be required
when shedding. Berners are a seasonal heavy shedder.
In general this
dog is a hardy breed. They can be prone to cancer
and hip and elbow dysplasia.
Litter Size: 1
to 14, with an average of 8
Life Span: 6 to 8 years
Subscribe Now - For Free!!
Get Access to our Free Online Bernese Mountain Dog Training Seminars and Subscribe to the Mini Course, today!
Get insider secrets on
Housetraining, Obedience Training, Teaching
Commands, Diet and How to Control its Bad
Behavior like Barking and Biting - delivered
to your email Inbox for FREE.
Just fill in your details below and get started...
National Breed Clubs
British – Bernese Mountain Dog Club of Great
Britain – www.bernese.co.uk
US – Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America,
Inc. - www.bmdca.org
Other Recognition: CKC,
FCI, AKC, UKC, KCGB, CKC, NKC, NZKC, CCR, ANKC,
Rescue Link: www.bmdca.org/pages/Rescue.php
want our free course? Check out our premium training product:
Current Special Price: $67
What Others Say...
Did you know we have over 875,000 subscribers of the FREE Bernese Mountain Dog Training mini course?
You can also subscribe for free, but first...
Read what other dog owners just like you found when they subscribed to this mini course:
"I was amazed at how quickly he
(Buttons) picked up the commands... Your
mini course taught me the most efficient, gentle,
fun way to bond with my dog.
My dog is my buddy, now, instead of being a nuisance.
That little dog did everything I asked of him, almost
flawlessly. I can't remember a time when
I was any more proud."
"I trained Hamish
from your Mini course. He is now an obedient dog,
he understands all my commands, I feel proud
when people comment on how well behaved he is."
"Without this mini
course, Ginger's aggressiveness towards other dogs
would have escalated. I would recommend everyone
to get this course - you will be glad to get
a well trained puppy at the end."
gives insights into the way a dog thinks and
reacts to behavior training. I have been able
to stop T Bone's chewing habits because of this