The Bernese Mountain's 8 Horrible Features

Gentle Giants

Bernese Mountain Dogs are known for their sweet and loving nature.

Image : unsplash

Big Barkers

Their loyalty can come with a loud side - they're prone to barking

Image : unsplash

Shedding Season

Their thick double coat means constant brushing and twice-yearly blowouts.

Image : unsplash

Needy Companions

They crave attention and don't do well left alone for long periods.

Image : unsplash

Active Athletes

These working dogs need daily exercise - walks and playtime are a must.

Image : unsplash

Short Lifespan

Their large size comes with a shorter lifespan - typically 8-10 years.

Image : unsplash

Health Concerns

Berners are prone to hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and certain cancers.

Image : unsplash

Big Budget

From food to vet care, expect significant expenses throughout their life.

Image : unsplash

Top 10 Most Impressive Dog Breeds in the United States