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Old 08-21-2013, 11:57 PM
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Hey guys. Everywhere I search online about st bernards constantly says how boring and lame they are! This is such a stereotype. I have an amazing puppy st bernard that is just full of energy and will never stop. Just posting this so that people know st bernards actually very fun and caring. They are also extremely cute. Check out this video of my st bernard sneezing. Soooooo CUTE!
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Such a cutie.
Dogs of course don't always fit into their stereotype.
My Newfie when young could be fast and prey driven.
My Rottie is a bit crazy and ran a Border collie/Aussie to the ground once.
Both breeds are also stereotyped to be lazy and low driven.
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St. Bernards that I have met seem to be pretty laid back. Your dog is a pup so of course she/he is going to be energetic. They seem to mellow out when they get older but I haven't been around too many St. Bernard puppies.

My hound is the laziest dog ever lol when they are generally all over the place. He didn't have much energy as a pup either. My friend is pretty jealous because her hound is non stop. He also is almost 10. He has zero prey drive and is great with my cats. He has never escaped the yard once either or feels the need to roam. He's a big foodie like most hounds though haha.
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