5 Star Breeders
We only work with Bernese breeders who pass our 47 breeder standards. Here are a few of them...
About Uptown Approved Breeders
No puppy mills. No scams. We thoroughly vet all breeders based on our 47 Breeder Standards. When you find a puppy at Uptown, you're not just getting a dog--you're getting peace of mind that your new best friend is coming from an experienced, ethical breeder who loves dogs just as much as you do.
Questions & Answers
There are 47 standards when it comes to the Bernese Mountain Dog Breeder Pledge. Bernese Mountain Dog breeders, businesses and companies have to comply with all 47 standards which cover important things like their puppies needing access to the best food possible, as well as fresh water every day, clean kennels, no adoptions under 8 weeks of age, and other important standards.
We don’t just take on just any Bernese Mountain Dog breeders and businesses. As a Bernese Mountain Dog breeder or business, you can only get listed on Uptown Puppies if you comply with all the 47 standards of the Breeder Pledge. Once you do that it’s free to get listed, plus you’ll have access to our 5 Star Breeder Badge which you can place on your very own website, and we’ll take it upon ourselves to create a Breeder Profile for you!
Bernese Mountain dogs are really popular! One look on Instagram and you’ll see millions of posts of these gorgeous dogs. For this reason, there’ll be loads of Bernese Mountain Dog breeders and businesses close by, so that you can end up with the Bernese Mountain Dog puppy you’ve always dreamed of having!
If you look on Uptown Puppies and can’t find a Bernese Mountain Dog breeder, company or business close to where you’re situated, fear not! Uptown Puppies is connected to so many Bernese Mountain Dog breeders and businesses all over the U.S., that no matter where you are, a Bernese Mountain Dog puppy can still be sent your way!
Uptown Puppies showcases Bernese Mountain Dog puppies belonging to the best Bernese Mountain Dog breeders and businesses in the country. Once you find the puppy you like, Uptown connects you with its breeder or business, and transport arrangements are made so that it’ll end up either at your nearest big airport, or to your front door for an extra charge.
If you have your heart set on getting a Bernese Mountain Dog puppy now, you’re in luck. There are tons of Bernese Mountain Dog breeders and businesses in the U.S., connected to us, that are currently selling pups. Just make your move fast once you see the one you like, since these dogs are in HUGE demand!
Every Bernese Mountain Dog breeder and business will advise you to feed your Bernese Mountain Dog puppy three times a day up till 6 months of age. Once it reaches 6 months old, it can eat twice a day, going onwards. The Bernese Mountain Dog breeders and businesses feed their pups very nutritious dry food mixed with a bit of wet food for taste and variety.
It seems that the original Bernese Mountain dog breeders and businesses were the Roman soldiers some 2000 years ago, who brought them into Switzerland. In Switzerland, Bernese Mountain Dogs are known as Berner Sunnehands. They drove cattle and sheep, and were guard dogs on farms, particularly in the canton of Berne, Switzerland.
Ask your Bernese Mountain Dog breeder or business, and they’ll tell you that male Bernese Mountain Dogs are 25-28 inches tall at shoulder height and weigh between 80-115 pounds. Female Bernese Mountain Dogs stand at 23-26 inches at the shoulder, and weigh between 70-95 pounds.
Any Bernese Mountain Dog breeder, business or company will inform you that Bernese Mountain Dogs need a special kind of grooming. These dogs have double coats that need to be brushed daily, and require washing every 6-8 weeks. It’s important not to overwash your dog, and make sure water doesn’t get in its ears (you can prevent this by placing cotton wool balls in its ears before bathing). Brush its teeth at least three times a week from when it’s a little pup!
Bernese Mountain Dog breeders, businesses and companies are proud to have raised Bernese Mountain Dogs that have appeared in numerous films, such as 1996’s 101 Dalmatians, 2001’s Cats & Dogs, 2002’s Equilibrium, 2003’s Good Boy, 2012’s Darling Companion, 2018’s Instant Family, and 2012-2013’s TV show The New Normal.
Bernese Mountain Dog breeders, businesses and companies will recommend that your Bernese Mountain Dog gets a lot of exercise. These are dogs that aren’t meant for just inside play. They’re the kind of dogs you can take with you when hiking or walking through the forest. You can even take them with you for light jogging.
3 Steps to Get Listed
Step 1: Apply
Do you meet the 47 Standards outlined in our Breeder Pledge? If so, just click below to apply, and get started right now!
Step 2: Badge Placement
We’ll walk you through the super-simple steps needed to place our 5 Star Breeder badge on your site for potential families to see.
Step 3: Profile Buildout
We’ll build your own personal breeder profile to show our millions of yearly visitors just how awesome you and your pups are!
We’ve been looking for amazing breeders just like you—and so are our visitors. It’s time to start getting the recognition you deserve! Apply to get listed today.
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