The Saint Bernard is truly a gentle giant! Saint Bernards originally worked as avalanche search and rescue dogs because of their incredible sense of smell and strong build. These intelligent dogs are very large in size but are beloved family companions and playmates. They are good-natured, mellow, and get along very well with children and other animals. As a result of their stature, Saints do best in larger living spaces and thrive on love and attention.
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This distinctive dog is named after the Canadian province it originated in. Affectionately called “Newfies,” these dogs are known for their wonderful patience and gentleness with children. They are highly trainable and learn quickly. Newfoundlands are built to withstand icy temperatures; their webbed feet, thick, water-proof hair and incredible strength gives them their well-known bear-like look. The Newfoundland is most often solid black in color, although coloring can vary. Newfies are gentle-natured and devoted pets, and do best in larger living spaces as a result of their impressive size.
Elegant and eye catching, these majestic dogs were named for the mountainous region in southwestern France, where they spent their days historically as sheep guarding dogs. Weighing in at over 100 pounds in adulthood, Great Pyrenees have beautiful, weather resistant coats, V-shaped ears and are consistently pure white in color. These regal companions have calm, sweet dispositions, are loyal and protective by nature, and make great family dogs.
The Tibetan Mastiff is a massive, furry dog that was bred as a guard dog in the Himalayas centuries ago. It is now credited as the ancestor of many modern large breed dogs, such as the Saint Bernard, Boxer, and the English Mastiff. These large pups are known for their impressive vocal chords, which produce a very deep, loud bark. Tibetan Mastiffs are loving and affectionate towards their families, and tend to be protective of their people and territory.
Frances L A.
I had a great experience with puppy spot. From my initial call asking about a particular puppy and the rep Erin was more than helpful. Erin sent me pictures of the parents and they just seemed a little small for St Bernards ( my previous dog was a St Bernard, love the breed) so she sent a few more pics of more St Bernard puppies I didn’t feel an immediate connection but then she sent a pic of Charlie, it was love at first site! I was concerned that he was being flown in from Missouri to PA. She reassured me he wouldn’t be flown cargo and it was safe. Erin gave me her direct phone number and held my hand through the whole process. She was awesome!!i should mention that I am 68 and a recent widow, I was so lonely and my home was so empty, Charlie has totally changed all of that. He got an outstanding exam report from my Vet so he is healthy. I received Carlie on March 10th and I don’t know what I would do right now with being home bound with this virus going on. I can’t say enough about the joy he has brought to my life. I would give puppy a 20 star rating if I could!.
They kept rescheduling the date for my puppy to fly in, saying the breeder kept canceling the flights. Puppy is a Saint Bernard, sweetest little boy. Definitely was expensive, was worth it. I’ve got my best friend
Everyone was very helpful