28 Charming Mountain Dog Mixes – Find the Perfect Mountain Dog Mix

28 Mountain Dogs With Mixed Breeds

List Of Mountain Dog Mixes

 

#1 Bernedoodle – (Bernese Mountain Dog x Poodle mix)

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  • Height:
    • Toy: 12 – 17 inches
    • Mini: 18 – 22 inches
    • Standard: 23 – 29 inches
  • Weight:
    • Toy: 10 – 24 pounds
    • Mini: 25 – 49 pounds
    • Standard: 50 – 90 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 12 – 18 years
  • Adaptability: Allergy-friendly family pets with a delightful temperament
  • Shedding Level: Minimal shedder
  • Apartment Friendly: Best in homes with yards rather than in smaller apartments
  • Playfulness: Bernese Mountain Dog Poodle mix is a very playful pup
  • Child Friendly: Excellent with children
  • Stranger Friendly: Friendly to strangers if early socialization made
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Bernedoodle good with other dogs, early socialization needed.
  • Cat Friendly: Good with cats, early socialization needed.
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good with other pets, early socialization needed.
  • Barking Tendencies: Bernedoodle barks occasionally
  • Territorial: This breed is not sure to defend his territory in every situation.
  • Aggression level: Non-aggressive
  • Working dog: Average watchdog
  • Health Issues: Hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, eye problems, skin diseases, and allergies.

Read: Bernese Mountain Dog Breed Information

 

#2 Berner Chow – (Bernese Mountain Dog x Chow Chow mix)

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  • Height: 20 – 25 inches
  • Weight: 55 – 90 pounds
  • Adaptability: Wonderful and loving family pets
  • Shedding Level: Moderate to high levels of shedding
  • Apartment Friendly: Berner Chow is not for apartment living
  • Playfulness: Moderate to average
  • Child Friendly: They are great with children
  • Stranger Friendly: Aloof and suspicious of strangers
  • Aggression level: Arrogant demeanor
  • Working dog: Excellent watchdog
  • Health Issues: Meningitis, histiocytosis, and elbow, and hip dysplasia.

 

#3 Bernese Cattle Dog – (Bernese Mountain Dog x Australian Cattle Dog mix)

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  • Height: 17 – 27 inches
  • Weight: 30 – 105 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 6 – 11 years
  • Adaptability: Good for adoption
  • Playfulness: Energetic and will love to play
  • Child Friendly: Great around children
  • Other Dog-Friendly: This Mountain dog mix is great with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Great with cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Great around other pets
  • Territorial: Bernese Cattle Dog is very protective
  • Aggression level: Alert and aggressive
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Meningitis, hip dysplasia, and osteochondritis dissecans.

 

#4 Bernese Rottie – (Bernese Mountain Dog x Rottweiler mix)

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  • Height: 23 – 27 inches
  • Weight: 75 – 125 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 6 – 10 years
  • Adaptability: Great large guard dog or a family companion
  • Shedding Level: Moderate to heavy shedder
  • Apartment Friendly: Not apartment-friendly
  • Playfulness: Playful mutt
  • Child Friendly: This Mountain dog mix very protective of children
  • Stranger Friendly: Slightly aloof
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Get along well with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Very protective of cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Very protective of small pets
  • Territorial: Very protective
  • Aggression level: Not aggressive, but they are quite protective of their families
  • Working dog: Bernese Rottie is a good guard dog
  • Health Issues: They can be affected by multiple types of cancer.

 

Learn: Rottweiler Dog Breed Physical Characteristics & Facts

 

#5 Bordernese – (Bernese Mountain Dog x Border Collie mix)

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  • Height: 19 – 26 inches
  • Weight: 40 – 80 pounds
  • Lifespan: 12 – 15 years
  • Adaptability: An excellent companion for any family that may have young children or other pets
  • Shedding Level: Shedding will occur seasonally
  • Apartment Friendly: Bordernese is an apartment-friendly pooch
  • Playfulness: Playful doggy
  • Child Friendly: Get along well with children, when properly socialized
  • Stranger Friendly: Bordernese is not aggressive to strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Get along well with other dogs, when properly socialized
  • Cat Friendly: This Mountain dog mix get along well with cats when properly socialized
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Get along well with other pets, when properly socialized
  • Barking Tendencies: Doesn’t bark often
  • Territorial: Protective of his family
  • Aggression level: Non-aggressive
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Diabetes, allergies, hip, and joint dysplasia, osteochondritis dissecans, deafness, bloat, obesity, hypothyroidism, eye problems, epilepsy, cancer, sensitivity to drugs, neurological problems, Von Willebrand’s disease, panosteitis, and portosystemic shunts.

 

#6 Euro Mountain Sheparnese – (Bernese Mountain Dog x German Shepherd mix)

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  • Height: 25-28 inches
  • Weight: 80 – 110 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 9-12 years
  • Adaptability: Not for first-time dog owners
  • Shedding Level: Shed more than average all year round
  • Playfulness: They are high energy dogs who have the tendency to run and play all day long.
  • Child Friendly: Euro Mountain Sheparnese great with children but supervision is recommended with children
  • Stranger Friendly: This hybrid dog is not particularly cautious of strangers but may bark in alarm
  • Other Dog-Friendly: May not be other dogs friendly
  • Barking Tendencies: Moderate
  • Aggression level: This Mountain dog mix is aggressive
  • Working dog: Great watchdogs
  • Health Issues: Cancer, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, von willebrand’s disease, food allergies, epilepsy, meningitis, and heat sensitivity.

 

#7 Golden Mountain Dog – (Golden Retriever x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Height: 23 – 27 inches
  • Weight: 70 – 110 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 9 – 15 years
  • Adaptability: Perfect family pet for those with smaller children, as well as other family pets.
  • Shedding Level: This Mountain dog mix is a heavy shedder
  • Apartment Friendly: Not suited to apartment life
  • Playfulness: Playful pooch
  • Child Friendly: Get along with smaller children
  • Stranger Friendly: Once they have warmed up to strangers, he is affectionate with them also
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Get along with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Get along with other cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Get along with other family pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Rarely barks
  • Working dog: Working dog
  • Health Issues: Von willebrand’s disease, hypothyroidism, and heart problems.

 

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#8 Great Bernese – (Bernese Mountain dog x Great Pyrenees mix)

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  • Height: 26 – 28 inches
  • Weight: 70 – 115 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 8 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Large and lovable pooch to share your home
  • Shedding Level: Minimal shedding for curly and wavy coats
  • Apartment Friendly: Not suitable for small apartments
  • Playfulness: Playful nature
  • Child Friendly: Get along very well with children
  • Stranger Friendly: They won’t bite strangers as long as they are not threatened.
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Get along well with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Great Bernese does well with cats, socialization needed
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Great Bernese does well with other pets, socialization needed
  • Barking Tendencies: This Mountain dog mix moderately barks
  • Territorial: Territorial pup
  • Aggression level: Non-aggressive
  • Working dog: Working dog
  • Health Issues: Elbow and hip dysplasia, certain cancers, blood problems, eye problems, and bloat.

 

#9 Greater Swiss Mountain Dane – (Greater Swiss Mountain Dog x Great Dane mix)

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  • Height: 23 – 33 inches
  • Weight: 85 – 190 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 7 – 11 years
  • Adaptability: Large, active dog who will be loving towards his humans
  • Shedding Level: The Greater Swissdane will shed year-round as well as seasonally
  • Apartment Friendly: Greater Swiss Mountain Dane is not meant to live in an apartment
  • Child Friendly: Get along well with children if exposed to them as a puppy
  • Cat Friendly: This Mountain dog mix is not friendly with cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Not friendly with small pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Loud barks
  • Aggression level: More independent and stubborn
  • Working dog: Guarding and tracking and makes an excellent watchdog.
  • Health Issues: Entropion, gastric torsion, cardiomyopathy, hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, and osteochondritis dissecans.

 

#10 Labernese – (Labrador x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Height: 24 – 28 inches
  • Weight: 65 – 110 pounds
  • Length:
  • Lifespan: Around 6 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: The Labernese is a larger-than-life breed that makes for an excellent and affectionate family pet.
  • Shedding Level: Shed a lot
  • Apartment Friendly: Not meant to live in an apartment
  • Playfulness: This Mountain dog mix is a playful pup
  • Child Friendly: Labernese dogs and kids are a natural match, supervision is advised.
  • Stranger Friendly: Average friendly towards strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Great with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Great with other cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Great with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Low
  • Territorial: Not territorial
  • Aggression level: Not Aggressive
  • Working dog: Working dog
  • Health Issues: Heart conditions, hip dysplasia, and bloat.

 

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#11 LeoBerner – (Leonberger x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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#12 Mountain Bulldog – (Bernese Mountain Dog x Bulldog mix)

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  • Height: 20 – 24 inches
  • Weight: 80 – 120 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 9 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Very good family pet and good for a new owner
  • Shedding Level: Low to moderate
  • Apartment Friendly: Moderate
  • Playfulness: Playful pooch
  • Child Friendly: Very good with socialization
  • Stranger Friendly: Wary of strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good with socialization
  • Cat Friendly: Very good with socialization
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Very good with socialization
  • Barking Tendencies: Rarely barks
  • Aggression level: Non-aggressive
  • Working dog: Watchdog
  • Health Issues: Cancer, PSS, eye problems, von willebrand’s, bloat.

 

#13 Mountain Mastiff – (Bernese Mountain Dog x Mastiff mix)

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  • Height: 28 – 38 inches
  • Weight: 150 – 200 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 7 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Moderately good for a new owner
  • Shedding Level: Constant
  • Apartment Friendly: Not good for small living spaces because of his size
  • Playfulness: Playful doggy
  • Child Friendly: Very good
  • Stranger Friendly: Wary of strangers and is sensitive so needs positive handling
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good to very good
  • Cat Friendly: Very friendly
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Very good with other house pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Rarely barks
  • Territorial: Protective pup
  • Aggression level: Can be fearful, shy and then aggressive
  • Working dog: This Mountain dog mix is a good watchdog
  • Health Issues: Eye problems, seizures, kidney problems, bloat, cancer, PSS, von willebrand’s disease.

 

#14 Pembroke Corswiss – (Pembroke Welsh Corgi x Greater Swiss Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Height: 10 – 29 inches
  • Weight: 26 – 140 pounds
  • Shedding Level: This Mountain dog mix moderately sheds
  • Apartment Friendly: Not be conducive to apartment or condo living
  • Playfulness: Playful doggy
  • Child Friendly: Very good with socialization
  • Stranger Friendly: Good with socialization
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Pembroke Corswiss dog good with socialization
  • Cat Friendly: Good with socialization
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Good with socialization
  • Barking Tendencies: Vocal dog who loves to bark
  • Territorial: Protective pooch
  • Health Issues: Intervertebral disc disease, hip dysplasia, von willebrand’s disease, and degenerative myelopathy.

 

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#15 Saint Bernese – (Saint Bernard x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Height: 26 – 32 inches
  • Weight: 110 – 170 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 6 – 10 years
  • Shedding Level: High shedder
  • Apartment Friendly: Not for apartment living owing to their huge size
  • Playfulness: Saint Bernese is a playful dog
  • Child Friendly: Good with Children
  • Stranger Friendly: Comfortable with strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good with other doggies
  • Cat Friendly: Comfortable with cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Plays with other pets
  • Barking Tendencies: Moderately barks
  • Territorial: This Mountain dog mix may be stubborn
  • Aggression level: Not an aggressive dog
  • Health Issues: Bloat, cancer, obesity, allergies, eye problems, hip dysplasia, thyroid issues, joint complications, and von willebrand’s disease.

 

#16 Swiss Newfie – (Greater Swiss Mountain Dog x Newfoundland mix)

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  • Height: 25 – 29 inches
  • Weight: 120 – 145 pounds
  • Adaptability: The Saint Bernese is a people dog, they prefer being with you as much as possible
  • Shedding Level: Moderately sheds
  • Child Friendly: Very tolerant of children, should be closely supervised
  • Stranger Friendly: Stranger Friendly with early socialization
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Get along with other dogs but early socialization needed
  • Cat Friendly: Get along with cats but early socialization needed
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Get along with other pets but early socialization needed
  • Barking Tendencies: They bark quite a bit when she is outside and hears a noise or sees someone
  • Aggression level: Some male dogs are also aggressive towards other male dogs
  • Working dog: Great therapy or emotional support dog
  • Health Issues: Elbow dysplasia, canine hip dysplasia (Chd), subaortic stenosis, gastric dilation volvulus (GDV), or bloat.

 

#17 Swissneese – (Great Swiss Mountain Dog x Great Pyrenees mix)

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  • Height: 27 – 30 inches
  • Weight: 100 – 130 pounds
  • Adaptability: They are wonderful family pets for anyone with a lot of room
  • Shedding Level: Swissneese shed a lot
  • Apartment Friendly: Not For apartments due to their size
  • Child Friendly: Enjoys playing with children
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Enjoys playing with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Some may like to chase cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: Enjoys playing with other pets but some may like to chase other small animals
  • Aggression level: They can become skittish or even aggressive
  • Working dog: Guard dog
  • Health Issues: Patellar luxation, gastric torsion, hip and elbow dysplasia, gastric dilation volvulus (GDV) or bloat.

 

#18 Swissy Saint – (Greater Swiss Mountain Dog x Saint Bernard mix)

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  • Height: 22 – 25 inches
  • Weight: 130 – 200 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 8 – 10 years
  • Adaptability: Swissy Saint bred for work, search and rescue, and companionship
  • Shedding Level: Shed their fur seasonally
  • Apartment Friendly: Due to their large size, an apartment is not a good idea
  • Playfulness: High energy level and a willingness to play
  • Child Friendly: This Mountain dog mix great with the kids
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Good with other dogs
  • Cat Friendly: Great with cats
  • Interaction With Other Pets: socialize with other pets for playing
  • Barking Tendencies: Rare, when they see something unusual
  • Territorial: Non-territorial
  • Aggression level: Mild-tempered
  • Working dog: Working dog, watchdogs
  • Health Issues: Entropion, hip dysplasia, epilepsy, wobbler’s syndrome & digestive problems.

 

#19 Boxnese – (Boxer x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Shedding Level: Boxnese is a low shedding pooch
  • Playfulness:  This Mountain dog mix loves to play.

 

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#20 Bernesky – (Husky x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Height: 21 – 26 inches
  • Weight: 45 – 90 pounds
  • Adaptability: Loves the company of his family and for this reason, he hates to be left alone
  • Shedding Level: Frequent shedding
  • Apartment Friendly: Not suitable
  • Playfulness: Energetic playful pups
  • Child Friendly: They get along well with children
  • Stranger Friendly: They get along well with strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Friendly to other doggies
  • Barking Tendencies: Not fond of barking. They are more inclined to howl
  • Aggression level: They are usually not aggressive unless provoked
  • Working dog: Pull carts, excellent watchdog
  • Health Issues: Cataract, Hip and elbow dysplasia, Cancer Panosteitis, or self-limiting lameness.

 

#21 Bergle – (Beagle x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Height: 15 – 23 inches
  • Weight: 30 – 70 pounds
  • Shedding Level: Bergle is a moderate shedder
  • Aggression level: Aggressive when disturbed during meal times
  • Health Issues: Allergies, joint pain, or injuries.

 

#22 Aussie Bernese – (Australian Shepherd x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Height: 20 – 25 inches
  • Weight: 60 – 90 pounds
  • Adaptability: This type of dog is perfect for a family with a lot of children
  • Shedding Level: A lot of shedding, not hypoallergenic.
  • Apartment Friendly: Not ideal for apartments
  • Playfulness: Playful pooch
  • Child Friendly: They are generally wonderful with children, especially when they receive proper socialization and supervision.
  • Stranger Friendly: Little shy when it comes to the attention he receives from strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: Maybe slightly more aggressive toward other dogs
  • Territorial: Protective doggy
  • Aggression level: Aggressive pup
  • Working dog: Guard Dog
  • Health Issues: Joint dysplasia, eye problems, and allergies.

 

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#23 Spaniel Bernese – (Cocker Spaniel x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Lifespan: Around 8 – 14 Years
  • Adaptability: They are incredibly affectionate towards the family and kids
  • Shedding Level: Spaniel Bernese is a low shedder dog
  • Apartment Friendly: Apartment friendly
  • Playfulness: Playful pup
  • Child Friendly: They are incredibly affectionate towards kids
  • Stranger Friendly: They are somewhat friendly to strangers
  • Other Dog-Friendly: They are somewhat friendly to other dogs
  • Working dog: Watchdog, sporting dog
  • Health Issues: Hip and elbow dysplasia, eye problems, hypothyroidism, and allergies.

 

#24 American Bernese – (American Bulldog x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Lifespan: Around 9 – 12 years
  • Adaptability: Can adapt to the home well, making them an excellent house pet
  • Barking Tendencies: Rarely barks
  • Working dog: American Bernese good guard dog
  • Health Issues: Cancer, portosystemic shunts, and some eye functionalities.

 

#25 Bernshapei – (Shar Pei x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Working dog: Bernshapei is a great guard dog.

 

#26 Bernakita – (Akita x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Height: 23 – 28 inches
  • Weight: 70 – 130 pounds
  • Lifespan: Around 7 – 13 years
  • Shedding Level: Shed copiously year-round and seasonally
  • Child Friendly: excellent with kids
  • Stranger Friendly: He will be suspicious of strangers
  • Territorial: Protective pup
  • Aggression level: Can be aggressive doggy
  • Working dog: Hunting dog, watchdog
  • Health Issues: Bloating, cancer, in some hybrids, abnormal growth in hips, elbows in some, degeneration of the retina causing abnormal vision and night blindness.

 

#27 French Bernese – (French Bulldog x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Shedding Level: Once the season’s change, shedding can occur regularly.
  • Health Issues: Hyperthyroidism can be one of the problems that should be checked in this breed.

 

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#28 Dobernese – (Doberman x Bernese Mountain Dog mix)

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  • Adaptability: If you looking for a sensitive and affectionate dog, the Dobernese is the perfect breed for you
  • Playfulness: They are always ready to play
  • Barking Tendencies: Rarely bark.

 

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