Living with a Saint Weiler
Temperament: The Saint Weiler is typically an easy going, clam, confident and protective dog.
Family Dog: The Saint Weiler makes a wonderful family dog. They can be very protective of their family and are typicaly very tolerant with children and other dogs.
Shedding: The Saint Weiler is a heavy shedder.
Grooming: The coat of the Saint Weiler requires lots of brushing. If they have a longer coat they can be trimmed in the summer.
Behavior: The Saint Weiler is a laid-back, calm, sweet and shy dog who typically loves people.
Barking: The Saint Weiler has a deep bark when alarmed but doesn't bark often. Some do like to talk especially in their sleep.
Weather: The Saint Weiler does not tolerate very hot conditions well. They love cooler climates and weather.
Exercise: The Saint Weiler loves to run and play outside. Care should be taken not to over do their exercise especially in warm weather.
Saint Weiler Appearance
Appearance: The Saint Weiler has the build of the Saint Bernard with the long beautiful fur and markings of a Rottweiler.
Companionship: The Saint Weiler is a wonderful companion dog. Sometimes they do not realize they are not a lap dog.
Eyes: The eyes of the Saint Weiler can be blue as a puppy and turn brown as they mature. They are set more towards front and medium in size.
Ears: The Saint Weiler has medium sized, floppy ears that are set high and drops toward the side.
Body: The Saint Weiler has a talk, lean and muscular body.
Feet: The Saint Weiler has large feet with lots of fur and black nails.
Tail: The tail of the Saint Weiler has a broad base with long fur trailing downward.
Color: The coat of the Saint Weiler can be light brown with black on the muzzle and white on the chest or black with mahogany markings on the cheeks, around the eyes and on the muzzle, chest, paws and legs.
Coat: The Saint Weiler has a long, glossy topcoat with a thick fuzzy undercoat.
Saint Weiler Health
Allergies: The Saint Weiler has no known allergies at this time.
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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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