St. Bernard prices in major cities in China

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Prices of St. Bernard in major cities in China:

1. Price of Pekingese St. Bernard

Beijing Saint Bernard is more expensive

St. Bernard puppies about 2000~30,000>

St. Bernard adult dogs are about 1500 to 17000

Maximum difference between male and female dogs $320

II. Price of St. Bernard

St. Bernard is cheaper than Beijing

St. Bernard puppies about 1800 to 20000>

St. Bernard adult dogs are about 1000~15000>

The difference between male and female dogs is maximum $200

III. Price of Zibo St. Bernard

Zibo St. Bernard is cheaper than Beijing

About 1600 St. Bernard puppies

St. Bernard adults are around 1400>

Up to $190 for male and female dogs

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How to choose a healthy St. Bernard?


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How to choose a healthy St. Bernard:>

1. Coat color

A newborn Saint Bernard is all white and nothing can be seen. The coat color of a St. Bernard at 2-3 months is mostly between white to see if it will be brown or brownish red, with the most symmetrical coat, preferably with an all-white neck, like a white scarf, white paws, and an all-white tail from the middle to the bottom.

2. Mouth

The mouth of the St. Bernard must be short and wide. Most St. Bernards have pointed or long mouths, a consequence of mating with local dogs. The mouth should be large. a 2-3 month old dog can basically bite more than half of its fist with a black mouth. Be careful not to feed it too hot or it will turn white or red and the upper jaw will turn black.

3. Face

The dark mask should be symmetrical, with medium-sized eyes, dark brown, clear and without eye drops, and ears that drop down to the mouth. From a distance, the whole head looks like a ball, and the head should be large

4. Extremities

The forelimbs are straight and long, and the hindlimbs are thick and strong-boned.

5. Foot

The feet are big, the toes are bulging, and the wolf paws need to be removed.

6. Walking

Do not tease with food, see if the dog is active and titled after throwing the toy, which is an important criterion for later trainability.

7. Tail

The tail is long and the tail root is high. The tail is underneath at rest and lifted when active.

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St. Bernard is best chosen at 4 months of age or older. Because weaning is essentially 2 months later, the resistance of a 2-3 month old dog is very low. In addition, at about 4 months of age, St. Bernard has a higher body resistance and a stronger body type.

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How do I get a St. Bernard?


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How to get a St. Bernard:

I. Management of puppy feeding

A puppy is usually a dog born between 45 days and 3 months of age. During this stage, puppies are often prone to mental and mobility disturbances and loss of appetite due to sudden changes in weaning, life, and environment; at the same time, maternal antibodies are reduced, immune function is not perfect, and they are prone to illness. However, this is an important period for puppies to increase their trunk and weight, so special attention should be paid to feeding and management.

1. Ensure the nutritional adequacy and palatability of the feed

Post-weaning puppy feed should be nutritious and contain sufficient protein and calcium, phosphorus, iron, vitamins A and D, etc. The protein content of the feed should be more than 22%, of which animal feed accounts for 30%; the feed is palatable and should be prepared as a thin, soft, easily digestible feed, with milk and cod liver oil added as appropriate.

Feed your puppy at least four times a day, and for puppies with picky or poor appetites, feed them sparingly and often to keep their appetite strong at every meal and to provide them with plenty of drinking water.

2. Treat your puppy well and adapt quickly to its new environment

Puppies are often afraid of their environment when they first leave their mother and enter a new environment. At this time, the breeder should be especially affectionate, not impatient, and not beat or scold them, even if they are not eating well. After a day or two, once the puppy has adapted to a new environment, it will become better. When the puppy is stable, the breeder can gently touch his hair to make them feel friendly and docile.

3. Regular deworming

Dogs with many internal and external parasites and puppies with imperfect resistance to disease are especially susceptible to illness, which can seriously affect their growth and development, or even death. Therefore, it must be dewormed regularly, usually once a month or so. The feces discharged after deworming should be stacked to prevent environmental pollution or two infections caused by the dog licking the feces.

4. Vaccination

Puppies should also be vaccinated regularly at 2 months of age, depending on the characteristics of various infectious diseases.

5. Strengthen daily management and timely training of St. Bernard puppies to defecate and sleep in a fixed place

Puppies should have adequate sunbathing to prevent rickets and chondromalacia. The kennel should be cleaned frequently and the bedding changed frequently to keep it clean and dry. Puppies have tender skin and should be very gentle when grooming to avoid damaging the skin. The puppy’s daily activity time should not be too long, 30-60 minutes each time is more appropriate depending on the individual and the weather conditions. Observe your puppy carefully and check and treat him promptly when he is sick.

II. Feeding management of young dogs

A young dog is usually a dog that is 4-6 months old after birth. This is the period of fastest growth and development for the St. Bernard.

1. Feed aspect

The diet for young St. Bernard dogs is highly nutritious, palatable and easy to digest. The diet must be rich in protein and vitamins A and D in addition to nutrients such as fat, and special attention should be paid to supplementing with essential nutrients such as calcium and phosphorus that promote bone growth.

At 4 months of age, do not feed too much at a time, otherwise, the excess weight will easily cause limb deformation and is detrimental to bone growth.

At six months of age, the dog’s teeth have grown and he can chew on beef bones. To accelerate the dog’s development, the proportion of protein in the feed can be increased, especially animal protein should account for more than 1/3 of the total protein content, and the proportion of energy feed can be increased. Daily feeding should be regular, quantitative, quality, temperature, at least 3 times a day. Food should be fresh, now feeding, can not feed rotten and spoiled feed. Food utensils should be cleaned and disinfected regularly after use. To ensure the supply of clean drinking water for young dogs, special care should be taken not to drink the remaining sewage in summer to prevent gastroenteritis.

2. Management aspects

1 Group management. To keep dogs of similar age, sex, breed, and individual condition together, pick out grumpy, food-grabbing dogs, and keep them with dogs that will fit in.

2 Regular deworming. Young dogs should also be dewormed regularly, usually once a month.

3 Careful observation. Breeders should strengthen their observation of the dog’s diet and normal behavior, identify the cause of abnormalities in a timely manner, and take appropriate measures. Under mass feeding conditions, food dominance by individual dogs should be prevented. The food intake and satiety of each dog depends on detailed and long-term observation by the breeder. At the same time, we should also observe whether the dog is weak. Once found, they should be separated and fed immediately.

4 Careful management. Do indoor and outdoor sanitation, timely removal of feces and dirt, regular disinfection, and enhanced dietary hygiene.

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Full name: Saint Bernard

Type: big dog

Categories: Livestock and Guard Dogs Working Dogs Rescue Dogs

Shoulder height: 61-71 cm

Weight: 50-90 kg


The St. Bernard is a super large dog with a gentle, easy going, kind and friendly personality. He is loyal to his owner, likes to be with children, is good with children, and is tolerant of children. It is easy to train, good at life-saving and can adapt to cold climate. In Denmark, whenever a snowstorm comes, they will lend a hand and rescue countless people in distress on the vast snowfields. But the space is large and not suitable for urban breeding. Given enough space, food, and exercise, for example, they can be a good family dog.

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