Greater Swiss Moutain Dog breeders
GREATER SWISS MOUNTAIN DOG BREEDERS BY REGION
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Tel.: (905) 957-2717
We are located on a large, private, 20 acre property in Rural Niagara, just south of St. Catharines Ontario. We work hard to contribute to the improvement and soundness of the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog breed and we continue to strive for dogs that will provide the best results in the show ring but, most importantly, as loving family pets. Temperament along with good health are our main concerns, and we only breed dogs with full health clearances. We are further committed to offering our support to all puppy owners for the lifetime that they own a Big Country dog.
For further details about our Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, please visit our website at: www.bigcountrykennels.ca
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Mount Pleasant, New Brunswick
We are focused on producing top quality Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs, sound in mind and body, and most of all being a truly wonderful family companion.
We live in the west central area of New Brunswick. All of our dogs live in our home as part of our family. Our dogs will have OFA certified hips, elbows and shoulders along with CERF eye testing. We participate in conformation and obedience with our Swissies.
For more information and puppy availability please feel free to contact us or visit our website at www.swissmountfarms.com
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