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  1. The St. Bernard is recognized internationally today as one of the molosser breeds. [6] It is a giant dog. The coat can be either smooth or rough; the smooth coat being close and flat, while the rough is dense, flat, and more profuse around the neck and legs. The colour is typically a red shade with white, or a mahogany brindle with white.

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    • Saint Bernhardog, St. Bernhardshund, Bernhardiner, Alpine Spaniel
  2. El san bernardo es una raza de perro originaria de los Alpes suizos y del norte de Italia. Es el perro boyero más famoso junto con el mastín del Pirineo, y es muy próximo al gran boyero suizo. Desciende del extinto mastín de los Alpes, que se mezcló con otras razas como el dogo del Tíbet, el terranova y el gran danés.

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  3. The St. Bernard is a very large breed of dog. It was originally bred as a working dog, to rescue people who were lost in the Swiss Alps . Famously, it was believed that they carried a small barrel of brandy around their neck to revive frozen mountaineers.

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    The first mention in the Great St Bernard Hospice archives of a dog was in 1707 which simply said "A dog was buried by us." The dogs are thought to have been introduced to the monastery as watchdogs at some point between 1660 and 1670. Old skulls from the collection of the Natural History Museum of Bern show that at least two types of dog lived at ...

    The Hospice has always maintained one St. Bernard named Barry in the original's honor. During Barry's lifetime, his breed did not have one specific name. By 1820, six years after his death, Barry was specifically referred to as being an Alpine Mastiff, while there was also a breed called the Alpine Spanielwhich was recorded around the same time per...

    "Image of Barry, prior to being restored in 1923, with original head shape". Museum of Natural History, Bern. Archived from the originalon 8 February 2011.
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  5. Saint Bernard refers primarily to Bernard of Clairvaux (1090–1153), a Christian saint, mystic, and reformer of the Cistercian order. Another prominent meaning is St. Bernard (dog), a breed of dog. St. Bernard, St Bernard or San Bernard may also refer to: People [ edit]