Brush Creek Saint Bernard’s🐾
We welcome you to the wonderful world of Saints ! These incredible creatures have evolved as rescuers saving over two-thousand lives, to be known as the “ most famous and most honored dog known in history”. These excellent pathfinders, continue to please their owner and be the best companion and loyal family watchdog. With the proper diet, regular medical care and basic obedience training, the Saint will never disappoint.
Proud Dog mom of Three Saint Bernards 🖤
Brush Creek “ Sadie” Sue Hershey
Breed: Purebred Saint Bernard Born: February 24, 2018 Double Registration AKC & ACHC UTD Vaccinations Completed OFA OFA Number: SB-EL414F24-VPI OFA Health-Testing are available on the OFA database! Micro-Chip Applicator Complete Genetically CLEARED
Our geneticists first extract Sadie’s DNA from the saliva swab. Then they look at over 200,000 genetic markers to detect the mutations behind diseases and other traits like coat color. After intensive quality control we deliver specific genotypes and insights for Sadie, such as inbreeding and genetic diversity. Sadie is CLEARED!! Thank you! Embark Breeder Relations Team
“Anjie” Hershey’s Debbie
Due March !
Breed : Purebred Saint Bernard Born : July 1st 2015 Double Registration AKC & ACHC UTD Vaccinations Completed OFA OFA Number: SB-EL400F50-VPI OFA Health-Testing are available on the OFA database! Micro-Chip Applicator Complete Heart Worm Test - Negative Genetically CLEARED
Brush Creek “Bailey” Hershey
Bailey would have been 19 weeks and growing fast! Anjie, Baileys mother, has exceeded expectation and has been my rock as we grieve this loss. Missing her everyday !
Breed Facts o There is no preferred coat type o Both long-haired and short-haired Saint Bernards shed and need regular baths and grooming o Necessary markings are: white chest feet, tip and tail, nose band, and collar or spot on the nape; the latter and blaze between the eyes are very desirable. Monk’s caps are cute but of no value o At times, Saint Bernards drool. There is no such thing as a dry mouth Saint. o Saint Bernards usually weigh between 130 and 180 pounds o These guys consistently ranked one of the top for intelligence and patients. o Crate training is recommended is especially useful during the house-breaking phase o Basic obedience training is preferred, DO NOT, let a Saint pup do what he will not be allowed to do as a 150 pound adult o Spay/Neuter- No giant breed puppy should be altered before the growth plates in the bones have matured and closed, usually between 15 and 24 months of age.
All our purebred Saint’s are AKC Registered
Each litter is Registered with ACHC the same is true for the stud dog
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