Our Past Litters
NOTE:  Even though we choose this music because it was cute, we beg you PLEASE do NOT purchase any dog or pup from a pet store.  It supports the puppy mill industry.  If we don't have a puppy for you, we will be glad to help you find one from a reputable breeder or Breeder Referral contact in your area (see BMDCA link button above).

WARNING: Recently this breed has become a popular "designer breed".  As with most popular breeds, brokers are used to buy Bernese cheap (often from other countries) and import them to the puppymills, commercial breeders and auction houses for nothing more than making money.  Not all breeders in these countries are bad but usually reputable breeders won't sell their puppies to brokers.  Therefore, please be aware that dogs imported in this way often have unknown health backgrounds and; therefore, stand a higher risk of orthopedic problems as well as other health issues that reputable breeders try to prescreen out of their breeding programs.  A reputable breeder will interview you, have a written contract and often restrict the breeding of your dog to protect you, the dog and the breed's future.  If you simply hand over money and pick up a puppy, the breeder probably doesn't care about their dogs or health of their breeding program.  Please be careful, there are many more puppies available from commercial breeders than from reputable breeders.  Easy access to a puppy is a red flag you may want to research further. Another Red Flag are puppies without AKC registrations. Simply owning and loving any purebred dog and wanting to have puppies, does not make a reputable breeder. Buyer Beware!

We are dedicated to the future welfare of this breed and as a BMDCA Breed Steward we would be happy to answer any questions you may have.  If we don't know the answer, we will be glad to find someone who does.  You can also learn much about this breed by joining one of the many internet mailing lists available.   We recommend the Berner-L for beginners. 

Please visit the websites below for more information on this breed.

Thank you for taking the time to be a responsible buyer.
Classique Bernese Mountain Dogs
Where Titles On Both Ends Are Important!
This page details future planned breedings,
upcoming litters, and other available Berners.
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BG# is the ID number in the BMDCA national Database Berner Garde www.BernerGarde.org
This is a great place to start your research on any litter you are researching.

DM means this dog was tested with OFA's new DNA test for Degenerative Myelopathy
If at least one parent is Normal, the chances for this disease are reduced approx 95% or more. www.OFFA.org

vWD normal or clear means this dog has been tested for Von Wilderbrands Disease and is a non-carrier/normal.  VetGen has a DNA test.  There is also a blood assay test available.

CERF is the Canine Eye Registry Foundation www.vmdb.org/cerf.html

OFA Orthopedic Foundation for Animals: Registry for Hips & Elbows www.OFFA.org

OVC Ontario Veterinary College: Registry for Hips & Elbows www.ovc.uoguelph.ca/hip-elbow/about/
If you are interested in a Berner from us, please take the time to read them all - start at the top and work your way down. Thank you.

Our Bella, Classique Bella Notte, is due to have a litter the first weekend of
Oct 2013. The sire is: GCH CH Ayehli's Keeper of the Keys "Kai" BG# 72673. 
For health testing: see Bella's webpage herein & see Kai's on link to the right.

Bernese Mountain Dog Club of America:  www.BMDCA.org  Please read the
information series at this website or individual links to the right.

Blue Ridge Bernese Mountain Dog Club:  www.BlueRidgeBMDC.org

Please be careful, there are many puppymills and back yard breeders with
Bernese Mountain Dog. Take the time to be an educated, responsible buyer.