Welcome 

The Swiss St. Bernards Club was founded on 15 March 1884 as an association according to the Swiss Civil Code and represents the St. Bernard dog breed with SKG pedigree.
On 2 June 1887, the St. Bernard dog was officially recognised as a Swiss dog breed and the binding breed standard was accepted. Since then, the St. Bernard has been considered our Swiss national dog.

According to the statutes, the Swiss St. Bernards Club represents all St. Bernards with SKG pedigree and has the purpose of bringing more and more joy to the members and owners as well as to the public worldwide and to recognise our dogs as creatures in partnership with the right to be kept in a manner appropriate to their species and to treat them accordingly.

In order to fulfil the purpose of the statutes, the pure breeding of the St. Bernard breed in its short and long haired form shall be bred in Switzerland according to the international standard deposited with the FCI. The keeping and spreading of the St. Bernard breed in Switzerland shall be promoted through information, instruction and training events.

What is a Saint Bernard?

The name of the St. Bernard goes back to the hospice on the Great St. Bernard, which was founded around 1050. There, dogs were used to support the monks.
The dog breed became famous with Barry, the avalanche dog, who is said to have saved the lives of several dozen people. Today, the St. Bernard is rarely trained as an avalanche dog; it is now a domestic dog.  

The St. Bernard has a friendly, affectionate nature. He is intelligent, good-natured, reliable and also usually unproblematic in dealing with children.
Many St. Bernards are even very fond of children.

His temperament is rather calm, but he can also become lively and playful in old age. A certain stubbornness is more common. St. Bernards are alert and have a certain protective instinct.  

Learn more about St. Bernards

Barry Swiss Bulletin

2021-01 Bulletin Barry Swiss.pdf
2020-01 Bulletin Barry Swiss_fr.pdf
2020-01 Bulletin Barry Swiss_dt.pdf

Events

Übungsgruppe | Groupe de pratique
So 12.12.2021 10:00-13:00
Generalversammlung / Assemblée générale
So 20.02.2022 10:00-15:00
  • Ort
    Wangen an der Aare Restaurant Al Ponte
Reinach Ankörung / Sélection d’élevage
Sa 26.02.2022 08:30-13:00
  • Ort
    Reinach
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    Zulassungsbedingungen

    Mindestalter der Hunde am Tag der Ankörung 20 Monate
    Es sind nur Hunde zugelassen, die HD- und ED geröntgt sind und eine Auswertung der Uni Bern oder Zürich, nicht über HD-Grade A, B, C, und ED-Grade 0, 1, 2 vorweisen.

    Hitzige Hündinnen sind zugelassen

    Der Anmeldung sind die Kopien der Abstammungsurkunde und der HD- und ED-Zeugnisse beizulegen.
    Die Originale der Abstammungsurkunde und die Originale der HD- und ED-Zeugnisse müssen an der Ankörung vorgelegt werden.
    Die Körgebühr muss im Voraus bezahlt werden. Der Anmeldung ist die Bestätigung der getätigten Zahlung beizulegen.
    Der Besitzer oder die Besitzerin muss sich mit ausgeschriebenen Namen,  Adresse, Telefon Nummer und Mail Adresse anmelden.

    Körgebühr
    Fr. 150.-- Mitglieder
    Fr. 300.-- Nichtmitglieder

    Zahlungsangaben:
    Schweizerischer St. Bernhards-Club

    Hypothekarbank Lenzburg AG Konto 50-69-8
    IBAN: CH60 0830 7000 0824 1533 1

     


     

    Conditions d’admission

    Chiens âgés de 20 mois au minimum le jour de la sélection
    Radiographies de DH et DC obligatoires avec certificats délivrés par les facultés universitaires de Berne et Zurich
    Chiennes en chaleurs admises.
    Lors de l’inscription, joindre une copie du pedigree et des attestations des radiographies des DH et DC
    Le jour de la sélection, apporter les documents originaux: pedigree et attestation des radiographies.
    Les frais d’inscription à une sélection doivent  être payés à l’avance. Une attestation du payement doit être jointe à l’envoi.
    Le propriétaire doit s'inscrire en indiquant son nom complet, son adresse, son numéro de téléphone et son e-mail. 

    Pour les membres ces frais s’élèvent à CHF 150.– et pour les non membres ils sont de CHF 300.–.

    La somme est à verser sur le compte:
    Schweizerischer St.-Bernhards-Club

    Hypothekarbank Lenzburg AG Compte: 50-69-8
    IBAN: CH60 0830 7000 0824 1533 1

Weitere Einträge

Wedding - Birthday - corporate event - school project - pageant


The National Dog - the Saint Bernard - is a natural talent and not just a little rascal.
With a Saint Bernard you have the best way to optimally present yourself.
Be it at a lecture at school or at another occasion, to introduce children to dogs or the Saint Bernard.
The dogs love to pull sleds in the winter when it snows, or in the summer a little cart, maybe at a wedding, for a short distance. 

Also to cheer up birthdays, to form a guard of honor at weddings, attending exhibitions and parades, or at a family gathering to take a hike with the St Bernard's - on such occasions the Saint Bernard is a welcome guest.

To get more information, please contact us. Ariane Uchorczak 079 862 63 76.