Bred as an all-around working dog, the Greater Swiss Mountain Dog is a gentle breed with a powerful bark. This breed is a devoted family dog with a love for children. They are a playful breed, often remaining puppy-like into their adolescence. The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog loves to have a job to do – thanks to their working heritage – so they do excel in training. However, early and consistent training is necessary to avoid problems once older and full grown. Early socialization will help them get along well other dogs and people. The Greater Swiss Mountain Dog is a devoted and gentle breed that will make an amazing family member.
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Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Rescues in the USA
|Releashed Rescue Huskies||Roswell||GA|||
|Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Club of America -GSMDCA-||Littleton||CO||(941) 322-9294|||
|Greater Swiss Mountain Dog Rescue Foundation||Bradenton||FL||(800) 594-4565|||
|Lone Star Greater Swiss Mountain Dogs Rescue||Kerrville||TX||(830) 792-3201|||
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