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Saint Bermastiff

Breed group : Working
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GENERAL  
Breed group: Working Type: Hybrid
Talent: N/A

PHYSICAL  
Size: Large Weight: 150-200 pounds Fur length: Ears: Flappy Fur type: Straight
Fur Color: Black & Brown, Brown & White, Light Brown / Golden

ATTRIBUTES  
Life Expectancy: About 10-13 years Rarity: Common Availability: Easily available
Climate: Good for every climate
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GENERAL
Saint Bermastiff are cross breeds from Saint Bernard and a Mastiff. They make good family dogs and get along well with children and cats they have been raised with. They are polite, loyal. well behaved, gentle, yet large dogs.

COLOR
The coat of a Saint Bermastiff is typically a tan with black patches on its ears and head. Some may have white or black "socks" on their feet or none at all.

COAT
Saint Bermastiff have smooth silky, short-haired coat.

PERSONALITY
Saint Bermastiffs non-aggressive, affectionate, playful yet quite lazy dog. These large dogs make a good watchdog. They get along with other dogs of all sizes and are polite with cats. They make a good family dog and enjoys the attention they get.

CARE
Saint Bermastiffs have smooth, short-haired coat which are easy to groom. Occasional brushing will be needed. Bathing should be done when necessary, using a mild soap.

TRAINING
Saint Bermastiff are not so intelligent dogs and training would be hard. Early socialization and training at an early age are recommended, while there size can still be handled.

ACTIVITY
These large dogs are relatively inactive indoors. They are more suitable in apartments provided that they are given outdoor exercises sufficiently. Daily walks and leashed in public are recommended. However, they require regular play sessions in a safe large yard to keep them happy.

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