At The National Bernese Mountain Dog Council, we are passionate about Bernese Mountain Dogs and their well-being. As a community of enthusiasts, breeders, and owners, we dedicate ourselves to preserving and enhancing the health, temperament, and quality of this majestic breed.
Our council is a vibrant hub for the exchange of information, experiences, and knowledge about the Bernese Mountain Dog. We organise events, workshops, and gatherings where members and interested parties can come together to learn, share experiences, and strengthen their bond with their loyal companions. From walks in the beautiful countryside to informative seminars on healthcare and training, our activities are designed to support both dogs and their owners.
Our members are the heart of our council, and their dedication to the breed is what unites us. We advocate for responsible breeding and provide resources and support to those interested in propagating Bernese Mountain Dogs with respect for breed standards and health guidelines. Moreover, we strive to educate prospective owners about the unique characteristics of the breed and guide them in finding their perfect match.
Our commitment extends beyond the breed itself. We are also actively involved in charity work and support various initiatives that contribute to improving the lives of dogs in general. Through fundraising and awareness campaigns, we are committed to the welfare of all dogs, both within and beyond our council.
At The National Bernese Mountain Dog Council, we understand that the relationship between a dog and its owner is one of the most enriching experiences life has to offer. We are dedicated to supporting this bond and promoting the joy that these wonderful dogs bring into our lives.
Whether you are an experienced Bernese Mountain Dog owner or simply fascinated by the breed, we invite you to become part of our friendly and supportive community. Discover more about our council, our events, and how you can join by exploring our website. Together, we are committed to the love and preservation of the Bernese Mountain Dog.