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Rhapsody bernese mountn dogs are a very rare breed with very little recorded history. This site is dedicated to the history of the Bernese Mountn Dog and those interested in owning them. This site also provides a listing of breeders to contact and potential Bernese owners who may want to foster a Bernese puppy.

Tuesday, January 31, 2014

In my ongoing search to find the perfect puppy I've come to the conclusion that finding the perfect Bernese puppy is going to be harder than finding the perfect puppy in general. I've also concluded that if you are willing to put in the time and work it really isn't that difficult to find a good, healthy, happy Bernese puppy. What this is going to cost you in time, energy, money, and heartache can't be put in a few short sentences but it can be made clear that Bernese pups will take some time, work, money, and heartache to get your Bernese puppy to become the ideal Bernese dog you have dreamed of.

So how hard is it really to find a Bernese puppy. For starters, you have to want a Bernese. There are so many breeds that are cute and fun, some of the most popular breeds in the United States are so common that even if you are very specific in what you are looking for in a Bernese puppy you won't have much trouble finding one, if you are willing to do the work. On the other hand, there are very few breeds that are difficult to find. Of those rare breeds, you will find there are certn breeds which are so rare that they will require a lot of work to get your Bernese puppy, if you are willing to do that work. The rare breeds which require a lot of work include German Shepherds, Dalmatians, and Doberman Pinschers.

If you are willing to do the work to find the perfect Bernese puppy the rewards are incredible. So many Bernese owners will tell you that Bernese puppies which are found in a litter are often already in bad health. They can't eat, they have trouble breathing, they are crying all day long, and they are generally in the most miserable conditions. Most Bernese puppies are picked out of a litter and they are then left for their entire lives with a dog mom who hasn't been properly trned, who is generally not loving and affectionate, who isn't showing love and affection to her puppy, and who generally doesn't understand how to properly trn her puppy. Because of this, Bernese puppies usually grow up to become Bernese dogs which have very little of what it takes to be a Bernese dog. The most common trt seen in Bernese pups is the desire to be with you, with all that means, it means that your puppy is going to become very spoiled very quickly. A puppy is not going to accept any punishment because it has always been spoiled, it's going to be very demanding, very vocal, and the most affectionate dog in the world. So if you find a puppy in a litter you need to look very carefully for the signs of a good, healthy, loving Bernese puppy.

So where can you find the perfect Bernese puppy. You can find puppies in breeders, shelters, rescue groups, and you can find a Bernese in almost any puppy show in the United States. I know all of these sources and I've been involved in the puppy business since I was in high school and I can tell you that all these sources are going to give you a Bernese puppy. The problem with breeders, shelters, and rescue groups is that many of these dogs are already sick or unhealthy and will not have the characteristics you are looking for in your Bernese puppy. The problem with puppy shows is that these dogs will be bred to be extremely healthy, they will be highly socialized, and they will be trned to have certn behaviors. The problem with both of these is that most Bernese owners want their Bernese to have the behaviors of the Bernese dogs they have seen at puppy shows, it isn't fr to them to have a Bernese that looks like a Bernese dog they have seen at a puppy show. Also, breeding dogs to have certn behaviors and being very socialized and trned to have specific behaviors is going to cause these puppies to become spoiled and very vocal and demanding. Because of this, you need to be very careful in where you find the Bernese puppy.

The problem with finding a Bernese from puppy shows is that it's going to cost you a lot of time, money, and energy to have a Bernese puppy. The puppy show Bernese cost over $1000 to enter, that puppy show puppy costs an owner over $1000 to purchase. To enter a puppy show, you need to spend an average of $25 to $35 per puppy show which means you are looking at spending about $1000 just to enter. The average price a breeder charges to purchase a puppy is anywhere from $1500 to $2500. If you go to a breeder who has been involved in breeding Bernese dogs for decades, you can expect to pay much more than that for your Bernese puppy. The average breeder will want to charge over $3000 for a puppy and will want to make a profit of at least $5000 on every puppy sold, even the most experienced breeders can't afford to keep these dogs for free.

So where can you find the perfect Bernese puppy, where will it come from, and how will you know it is the perfect Bernese puppy. The easiest, least expensive, way to find the perfect Bernese puppy is from breeders. Breeders are going to be the most honest about what they have and will try to give you the best puppy they can give you. Many of them will give you a free Bernese puppy but you may need to do your research before you buy. You can find breeders on this site but you will need to make sure to read the descriptions of these dogs thoroughly, some of these puppies are not going to look or act like their mom.

Shelters and rescue groups are going to be an excellent source for Bernese puppies because these organizations are already committed to finding homes for shelter and rescue dogs. These

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