St. Bernard dogs are calm, sensitive, and patients. Some are more extroverts and more timid. San Bernardo is a dog calm and quiet in the House inside, although juveniles are more mischievous. Need space to be able to walk and they are most happy with a large garden, although they can live in an apartment always who will exercise them enough.
You need daily exercise to stay in shape, for example a long ride comes very well next to his owner, thus giving you the opportunity to stretch out and take the air. As you can imagine, what he likes is having the opportunity to play and romp in the snow. The company to the St. Bernard is of vital importance.If leave you only too long, can become destructive and break things at home. The majority of the San Bernardo coexist very well with other animals when it is raised with them, but can be a little aggressive with dogs who do not know, so a temparana socialization is essential to tackle these behaviors. Sometimes have a somewhat independent attitude, but they will be willing to obey him and follow him wherever he knows establish his position as owner. The best methods of training are positive calls, in a way that it will reward you when act correctly and will withdraw him praise and awards when the behavior is inappropriate. History of the San Bernardo Bernardo de Menthonen in the 962 built a refuge in the Alps to be able to help people who are they saw surprised by storms.
In the year 1659 I started to use as guardian of the refuge, taking advantage of its large size and bravery, and in the middle of the eighteen empezosu career as a rescue dog. About the year 1820 was nearly extinct because of disease of canine distemper and had to cross with the breed Newfoundland to avoid it. In short, is a breed that excels by character and strength on any other type of dog in the animal world. An ideal companion, for labour, as a pet, both for the elderly and young people.