So far on our website we have talked a lot about small dogs, but now we pass to a super big one, the saint bernard, which can weigh nothing more and nothing less than 100 kg! However, everything they've got big, they've got good and loving.
They can have different colors but the most common are cinnamon, white, mahogany, black and reddish, which are usually combined i.e. two colors and brindle. It’s a breed that usually drools a lot and loses a lot of hair. This can be very uncomfortable for many people, especially if they have to share enclosed spaces of the home with they. Males can reach 90 to 100 kilograms in weight, and about 70 centimeters in height. If your St bernard is male, let's see some names for him:
The females of this breed are a pass, have a very good character, are affectionate with the family and have no problem relating to other dogs. They adapt very well and since they are generally calm, they don’t need much daily exercise. But you have to be careful not to take a very sedentary day to day as they tend to overweight. It’s necessary to force them to do a little exercise with us.
Because it’s a giant dog, most names for this breed are usually "strong names" or that convey the size of the dog. Although this is not obligatory, many owners prefer to be fun and choose quite the opposite, a small dog name, and that is to call "Little Ball" to a St. Bernard, sure that doesn’t go unnoticed.
It’s a breed originating from the Alps, in the beginings its functions were surveillance, due to its developed sense of smell and instinct. It’s considered to come from the mixture of breeds such as the Great Dane, Alpine Mastiff and Newfoundland.
Another unmistakable feature is its huge black truffle, which coupled with their ears and huge head, makes it even look like a bear :)
We have gathered in the following list, the best names for male and female dogs of this breed. I'm sure you'll find one among so many that the whole family likes: