Sunday, December 19, 2010

New Photos of Berner Puppies

We have some new photos of the pups. Eyes just beginning to open. They are now 13 days old and getting up off their bellies!

Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Bacia Had Eight Pups

Well, it took over a day, but eight new members to the family have arrived.
Four boys and four girls. Here are four busy eating.Mom is tired but content. I'll post more pics as they develop. The fun begins when their eyes open in about two weeks!

Sunday, December 5, 2010

Two New Puppies Born Today

Bacia is still in labor, but so far two new puppies have been born today. These two were born this morning, and she feels like she has more puppies in her.

Check back tomorrow, and I will post more photos as any new puppies are born.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Good News-Berner Puppies In Two Weeks

We have good news to announce! Bacia our three and a half year old Berner will be having her first litter at the beginning of December, 2010; or..about 2 weeks from now! We will be posting pics as they develop and grow, preparing for their new families. If there is an interest in a puppy, you can contact us at

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Best Friends-The Cat And The Crow

Here is an amazing video I am sure that you will enjoy.

Here at Birken Berners, we have a cat called "Brat Cat" and she plays with the dogs all the time. I have seen her many times putting her head right inside the open mouth of one of the Berners just to check things out.

We let them outside at the same time, they all eat at the same time and are one big happy family.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Farewell To Fidel

Photo Of Fidel April 2006
By Jim Clifford

It is with great sadness that we report that Fidel (May 2002-March 2010) passed away in early March from a very aggressive cancer called Hemangiosarcoma.

Fidel was taken to the vet in February because he was not feeling well, and the diagnosis and tests were made then and we were informed that the progress of the disease was at a point where it was not treatable.

Fidel will be sorely missed at the kennel.

For more information on Hemangiosarcoma, visit the Veterinary Partner Website.