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Bernese Mountain Dogs shed year-round," Which, to me, says that a weekly or two brushing should suffice, except when they are shedding, which is the entire year. Maybe that needs clearing up.
Bernards are quite a bit larger than the Bernese. However, both breeds have similar good tempraments, and are both Swiss, so they are related in that sense. I'm not sure if there is actual blood reltaion between them but many consider them to be "cousins". Most parts of the country they'll be miserably hot in the summer.
Plus, they really want to be inside with their families. In fact, quite a few of them are outdoor dogs and generally they are happy with it, provided they were raised as outdoor dogs since puppyhood trying to make indoor Bernese into outdoor Bernese or visa versa at an adult age is strongly discouraged.
Also, the climate conditions vary significantly from country to country and in many cold areas the Bernese will not suffer in the fall and will be very glad to stay outside during the cold winter.
Anyhow, it should be kept in mind that regardless of where they stay the Bernese require a lot of love and attention from their families, and give much love and loyalty in return. While they do enjoy--weather permitting--outside time, they are indoor dogs.
To be kept outside and away from its family for long periods would be very hard on every Berner I've known. In cooler climates they are better outdoor dogs where as in warmer climates they should be kept inside and out of the heat.
They are suited to live and work outdoors in the proper climate. This is a silly discussion. The premises are slippery.
Depends on where you are. I would not call them a Florida outdoor dog for the antecedent reason, but they are great on Michigan. Even in the latter, summmer can be a problem, but they love the water, and spend a lot of time in it if it is available.
If one means by "outdoor" that they should be warehoused outside, that is plainly contraindicated. They are not "high energy" like a Border Colliefor example, and need only moderate exercise.
It's really because, to be honest, no one's really ever heard that name. I think since it's the mass culture name, we should keep it up. Additionally this is the English-language wikipedia. Non-English language names should only be used when they are irreplacable, or the English versions are non-standard, slang or canon.
I wouldn't go replacing the article "meat" with "fleisch" just because that's what Europeans call it, since that's not what it's called in English.
I agree that the page should use the current Bernese Mountain Dogbut also agree that a redirect wouldn't hurt. And it already exists. Burmese Mountain Dogs are a completely different breed. There is no mountain dog that originates from the mountains of Burma, there is only some confusion on the internet.
The Burnese is sometimes confused with the Greater Swiss Mtn dog and that is what someone might be talking about.
There is no such mountain dog from Berma an Asian country. Looks like there are two links to this: Since there actually is no dog of that name, the re-direct will send them to where they intended to go.
As far as I am aware, the Bernese Mountain was brought to the UK and Euorpe by the romans as they used them for guard dogs tying them up around the fort. Also, a mention of the dogs "wolf" insctints may imporve the article. Countless times has my dog woken me up with her howling!!!Welcome to /r/dogs, the community for dog-lovers on Reddit!
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