AKC St. Bernard Puppies for Sale – Caneyville, KY

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  • Dog Breed: St. Bernard
  • Age: 5 weeks
  • Description: Very affectionate! Extremely intelligent! Great around kids and other animals!Both parents onsight with papers!
  • Price: $400.00
  • Location: Caneyville, KY
  • Contact Number: (502) 741-0414
  • Contact E-mail: akacrazygrl@gmail.com

Adorable St.bernard Puppies

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  • Dog Breeds: St Bernard
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  • Description: My amazing Bitch gave birth to 3 gorgeous St. Bernard puppies.
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  • Location: Texas
  • Contact Number: 9293996371
  • E-mail: tonywest119@gmail.com

Newfoundland Information

Description
The Newfoundland is a strong, massive dog. The head is broad and heavy with a slightly arched crown. The neck and back are strong. The wide muzzle is about as broad as it is deep, and rather short. The stop is moderate. The nose is generally black except on bronze-colored dogs, which have brown noses. The teeth meet in a level or scissors bite. The deep-set, dark brown eyes are relatively small and spaced wide apart. The triangular shape ears have rounded tips and are relatively small. The legs are well muscled, straight and parallel. The cat-like feet are webbed. Dewclaws can be removed. The tail is strong and broad at the base, hanging down. The double coat is flat and water-resistant. The oily outer coat is coarse and moderately long, either straight or wavy. The undercoat is oily, dense, and soft. Dogs that live indoors tend to loose their undercoats. Coat colors include black (most common), black with blue highlights, black with white markings, brown, gray, and white with black markings known as a Landseer. Note: in the USA and Great Britain the Landseer is considered the same breed as the Newfoundland, however in some European countries the Landseer is a totally different breed than the Newfoundland. Landseers in Europe have longer legs than newfies, Landseers are not so massive, they are more sporty dogs. In shows, they compete separately. Continue reading Newfoundland Information