A good breeder cares about the breed(s) of their choice, by learning as much about their dogs, the dogs ancestry line
(pedigree), genotype (genetic) and phenotype (structure).
It is important to breed quality proven lines with quality lines; to know as much as possible about the Sire and Dam, and
all of their ancestors. Remember that the father and mother, no matter how healthy, still carry the genetic traits of their
As a breeder, I can advise you about my dogs. I, however, cannot guarantee you that you will not incur future problems. I
can only try to breed the best possible dog after thorough studying, and observation.
A word of caution about the Bernese Mountain Dog. The berner has a limited gene pool. The Bernese Mountain Dog comes with
its fine qualities as well as some that can not be genetically controlled. Breeders have not been able to breed out hip dysplasia,
elbow, shoulder, eye and allergy problems and cancer in young dogs. That is why it is very important for the breeder to be
knowledgeable about their dog’s ancestry lines.
The Bernese Mountain Dogs(watch dog)make beautiful companion/family dogs. As a concerned breeder I take great interest in
making sure our puppies are placed with resposible, caring, and loving owner/families. My family and I want to know you better,
if you are interested in one of our dogs, please take a moment to fill out the puppy questionnaire.
Adding a Bernese Mountain Dog to your family is a serious commitment. Take time to learn/research about the breed of your
choice. Choosing wisely can be rewarding
We are a family of five, my husband, I, and three sons'
Justin, Jason, and Jared. Our Children are all grown up, and living in their own homes. My husband grew up on a Beef farm
in Falun, Wisconsin, and graduated from Grantsburg high school; he moved to the twin cities where he earned a degree as a
machinist and began working for Cummins Power Generation, he has been there 40 years, and has been a supervisor for the past
fifteen years. I grew up in the Twin Cities and at the age of sixteen my family moved to a farm in Becker, Mn., I have had
pets all of my life, but that is where I found that I loved working with animals. After graduating college I moved to Wisconsin
where I met my husband. I went back to college and earned a degree in the medical field. While attending college I worked
for a veterinarian in New Richmond, Wisconsin and after Graduating with a Veterinarian in St. Croix Falls, Wiscsonsin where
I have gained valuable experience/knowledge in how to care for animals, and have enjoyed every minute of it.