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Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Puppies

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Callie

Female

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

DOB:

1/12/24

Take Home:

3/8/24

Charlotte

Female

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

DOB:

1/12/24

Take Home:

3/8/24

Carmen

Female

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

DOB:

1/12/24

Take Home:

3/8/24

Upcoming Litters

Adopted Puppies

Adopted

Case

Adam Andriulli

Male

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

DOB:

1/12/24

Take Home:

3/8/24

Adopted

Chevy

Erin Spurrier

Male

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

DOB:

1/12/24

Take Home:

3/8/24

Future Litter Waiting List

Greater Swiss Mountain Dog

Pick 1: Donald & Ebony Davis (Chloe)

Pick 2: Ben Polando

Pick 3: Christopher Marshall

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Are Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Puppies Good Pets?

What are Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Puppies Personality and Temperament like?

Don't let their size intimidate you: the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog temperament is friendly, good-natured, and confident. Their history as working dogs makes them loyal and fairly easy to train. Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs are alert and vigilant, with a keen sense of what's happening in their neighborhood. They tend to bark at neighbors and guests. Early socialization is key to curtailing their loud, low-pitched bark

Are Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs good pets for families with kids?

Swissies get along with the entire family and are generally gentle with children, but they will often become more attached to one lucky human. Swissies are imposing but not threatening, and they maintain an aloof dignity with strangers. They are prone to chasing small animals and children, so owners need to stay vigilant and adequately socialize their puppies.

What is the Lifespan of Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs?

Swissies are generally healthy dogs, and responsible breeders screen their breeding stock for the various breed related health conditions. The average expected lifespan of a Greater Swiss Mountain Dog is 9-12 years.

Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs Grooming and Care Best Practices

The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog has a short hair coat and shed minimally, but more  during the summer shedding season. Weekly brushing helps remove loose hair and keep the dog looking its best. Early socialization and obedience training are important for all dogs, but especially so for breeds as large as the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog. Swissies are intelligent and eager to please, so they are usually easy to train.

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