According to the American Kennel Club standards, the St. Bernard dog breeding purposes should create strong, muscular and strong dog with intelligent expression. There are two types of St. Bernard: short-haired (smooth-coat) and long hair (fur coat). This long-haired varieties are very similar to the shorthaired, but with secondary chesterfield or slightly undulating plain. Usually wavier hair in the back, from the thighs to the buttocks.
The first St Bernard dog breeders are monks at St. Bernard hospital Ticket undertaken to create a friendly and loyal dog that can find tourists and save them in the path of dangerous St. Bernard. In order to make such a breed, they are using dogs to accompany used by farmers Switzerland and crossed them with wardens and hunting dogs. The first known recording of rescue dogs in the hospital dates back to the 1600's. This St Bernard dogs do but initial look very different from today's St. Bernard, as most dogs used for breeding were killed by an avalanche and St Bernard breeders should introduce new blood to prevent health problems.
St Bernard dog training is not too difficult, but you must remember that this gentle giant will respond to your order with a slow and relaxed manner. Young men were more hard-headed than women and men who are older, and you have to convince them that YOU are the pack leader if you want your St Bernard dog training to be successful. Male St Bernard dog can be aggressive toward other male dogs early socialization and training is essential.