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St. Bernards offered by Dvijatman Kennels

Dvijatman Kennel
The Home of Top Notch Quality & Healthy Saint Bernard pups in India

Dvijatman Kennel
The Home of Top Notch Quality & Healthy Saint Bernard pups in India

Extremely Promising Smooth Coat Male and Female Puppies Available
Ideal for Indian Weather Conditions

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Heavy Boned, Strong and sound Genetics, Big head, Wide Round and Perfect Muzzles, lots of Stop, Rich Color Nice Plush coat and Balanced Body which is a must must for larger breeds.

Raised in our home with young children and other dogs so they are well socialized from the birth.

Pups are always reared & weaned without Steroids on Royal Canine Starter and natural home made food as always.
Father and Mother both are extremely sweet and have lovely temperaments.
Our Pups have been placed in 30 cities in India by now & Can be sent to any city in India or Abroad.

Our pups Show winnings are Evident & Appreciated by many Saint Bernard enthusiasts & Judges.

Dvijatman Kennel Creating A New Dimension For Saints In India.

Mr.Siddhaant Trivedi.
Cell: +91-91656-99954,

Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal.
Calling Time: 11 Am - 9 Pm;
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Photographs of Puppies Currently Available
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Puppy 3: Teddy - St. Bernard - Dvijatman Kennel - St. Bernard - Dvijatman Kennel - St. Bernard - Dvijatman Kennel - St. Bernard - Dvijatman Kennel
Mr.Siddhaant Trivedi.
Cell: +91-91656-99954,

Madhya Pradesh, Bhopal.
Calling Time: 11 Am - 9 Pm;
SMS won't be entertained. 
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The Saint Bernard From the S to the B
I have been loving, living and breeding this Fascinating breed from more than a decade now, I have bred many handsome champions and pet home St. Bernards. Started learning about them since I rescued my first Saint Bernard from a breeder, who let's say was not very kind to them. I got so much love and affection from my rescued girl that it got me curious to know everything about the breed's history, origin and characteristics. I started researching and learning about them. As time passed I learnt more and more. Then came a day when I decided to breed this wonderful breed so that they can grow in numbers and reach passionate caring homes, The quality standards of the breed with the breeders here back then were not the best and healthy. So I had to research a lot to get perfect and healthy dogs from outside India to build my foundation lines as a responsible breeder. While looking for them I also came across the Puppy mills, brokers and pet shops who were selling very poor unhealthy puppies to the fanciers of this breed. Their whole aim was to produce puppies by any means; all they cared was about the numbers. It was highly disappointing to come across this practice and I almost gave up the idea to breed as I thought it will be too hard for me to educate and scan every single person who will approach me for a pup if I bred. I was very clear that if I ever bred them, it will be for only and only topmost quality and not quantity. I waited again and thought about it for months but this breed is so loving and caring that I thought there will be many Passionate people like me out there who would want to own a Saint Bernard and experience their love. There will be people out there who can care like me, who can keep dogs indoor like part of the family. It will be a tough job scanning them without offending them, but let me give it my best shot and make them aware that the reason for me to play Sherlock is for their benefit actually. They can understand the breeds requirements better and know whether they will be able to keep one in the best possible way or not. I got up, dusted my mind and started with the aim to breed only once or twice a year and be very strict with my puppies placements. God was kind and blessed me with very responsible owners who take care of my pups like their babies and make them a part of their family.
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In my journey of more than a decade of Bernards people have asked so many questions about them (about the breed, their history, actual place of origin, reason to have been bred to specific standards), that I have decided to pen down my knowledge about them so that the facts can be separated from the myths and whoever reads this article gets a very clear picture of the breed before thinking of having them as family.
When you think of Saint Bernards, you probably think of the massive canines of the Swiss Alps, depicted in paintings delivering brandy to lost or stranded hikers. While they were amazing rescue dogs, those rescues involved very little bartending. Like other dogs bred in the Alps including Bernese mountain dogs, the history of the breed is somewhat mysterious. Many believe that they originate from mastiff like dogs brought to Switzerland by the Romans roughly 2000 years ago. The large war dogs bred with local mountain dogs, creating the foundation of the Saint Bernard line. Valley farms and Alpine dairies used these hefty dogs for guarding, herding, and drafting. Long before airplanes, the only way to travel from the Entremont Valley to Italy was via a snowy path. The Mont-Joux pass was extremely treacherous. Temperatures could drop as low as -22�F, and the pass was covered in dozens of feet of snow most of the year. Robbers and looters waiting to prey on unsuspecting hikers only added to the danger. Around 1050 CE, a monk named Bernard De Menthon came to the pass and began to clean up the area. He evicted the criminals and set up a hospice to give adventurers a place to recover for a few days from their journey. In 1124, Bernard was canonized as a saint and the pass he helped restore was named after him. Still, Saint Bernards did not come to Saint Bernard Pass until hundreds of years later, although the exact date is a little fuzzy. A fire accident in the monastery in 16th century burnt and destroyed all the archives containing their exact origin story.
Eventually, the monks inhabiting the hospice discovered that the Saint Bernards had all the makings of an ideal rescue dog. They were great at clearing paths, could predict avalanches, and, thanks to their excellent sense of smell, could detect a body buried under 20 feet of snow. Once they located someone trapped under a snow heap, they could use their huge paws to dig them out. It is estimated that they have saved upwards of 2000 people. Legend has it, Barry the Saint Bernard was an amazing rescue dog that saved somewhere between 45 and 100 people. Barry's most impressive rescue involved finding a dying 12-year-old boy in the snow and carrying him to safety on his back. Sadly, the courageous dog was supposedly killed by one of Napoleon�s soldiers, who mistook him for a wolf. There are contradictions to this story also but majority of proof and articles favor it. The local hero's fur was used to create a statue complete with the iconic barrel collar which is currently on display at the Bern Natural History Museum.
In cartoons and works of art, Saint Bernards are often depicted wearing barrels of rum or brandy around their necks, supposedly with the intention of helping cold travelers warm up. The rescue dogs never actually wore these miniature barrels, but they did carry around packs filled with food and water. The basic and real Saint Bernard never had a big furry long coat, it was a short coated dog with slightly thicker fur than a Labrador. One particularly hard winter, the monks attempted to cross the breed with the long-haired Newfoundland to give their rescue pooches a thicker winter coat. The plan backfired, as the longer fur captured matted snow and ice and weighed the poor dogs down. Today, you can still see the effects of the decision, as the breed has both long and short haired dogs. People usually opt for the long coated dogs ignoring the bliss of a short coat Bernard as they are easy to groom and perfect for Indian Climate. Saint Bernards are gentle giants. They�re calm and patient, with an eagerness to please. This easy going temperament makes the dog a great choice for a family pet. They�re very intelligent, so training is easy, but it�s important to start at a young age while they�re still small and easy to control. Sometimes the large dogs are unaware of their size, making early training essential in order to prevent them from bowling over guests and children. Adult dogs can weigh as much as 80-90 kgs, so the puppies have a lot of growing to do. It can take as long as three years for them to stop growing, although most of the growing happens in the first year.
Companionship is of prime importance to this sociable breed. Left alone too much, they becomes dispirited and destructive. Saint Bernards are generally relaxed and accepting of everyone, but because they are such massive dogs, they require early, frequent excursions into the world so that they grow up to trust and respect people. They are certainly not for people who keep their dogs outside in a porch or kennel tied to a chain 24x7, 12 months a year. If this is how you keep a dog, stay away from this breed or to be very particular, from every dog breed. Saint Bernards are heat sensitive and they do not do well if not given proper accommodations with perfect clean airy ventilated area.
St. Bernards are very large, strong, muscular dogs, with a powerful head. As long as the weight stays in proportion with the height, the taller the dog the more prized. Height of Dogs 29-31 inches and of bitches 27-29 inches. Weight of Dogs 80-90 kg. Bitches 55-70 kg. Dogs of even larger size are more prized and preferred, but maintaining a proportional balanced body is important. Females are of finer and more delicate build. There are two types of coat: rough, and smooth, but both are very dense and come in white with markings in tan, red, mahogany, brindle, and black - in various combinations.
Average Age of the St. Bernard: 7-9 years.
By Siddhaant Trivedi
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