Saint Bernard Mixed Breeds: Your Saintly Shadow & Steadfast Sidekick

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Breeds By K9 of Mine Staff 2 min read April 2, 2019 7 Comments

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The Saint Bernard pup is a huge package of love, loyalty, and unending playfulness.

Mixing his bloodlines with those of other breeds results in some surprising cross-breeds, of which we’ve compiled a list of below. Have a look at our best Bernard choices and let us know which one is your favorite!

1. Wouldn’t you just love becoming the owner of this majestic Saint Dane – a mix between a Saint Bernard and Great Dane?

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2. These beautiful, curly locks belong to a St. Berdoodle which has a combination Saint Bernard and Poodle bloodline.

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3. Have a look at this stunning St. Bernese, which is a cross between a Saint Bernard and Bernese Mountain dog.

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4. This sad looking mug belongs to the Saint Bernard and Boxer hybrid, aptly named a Saint Berxer.

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5. Not sure if the Saint Bermastiff requires a saddle or a leash, but this amazing dog has a mix of Saint Bernard and English Mastiff genes.

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6. This cutie is heir to the Saint Bernard and German Shepherd lineage.

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7. This snow baby is a mix-up of a Saint Bernard and Husky.

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8. Slobbery kisses are all you’ll ever receive from the St. Pyrenees, a combo Saint Bernard and Great Pyrenees.

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9. “You said what?” This intimidating stare belongs to a Saint Bernard and Pitbull crossbreed.

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10. It’s just love and cuddles on the menu from the St. Newfie –  a Saint Bernard and Newfoundland mix.

saint bernard and newfoundland

And so we’ve reached the end of our compilation of our favorite Saint Bernard mixed breeds. Please leave us a comment on which hybrid you love the most, and don’t forget to post a photo of your own Saintly cross!

Note: At K9 of Mine, we recognize that designer dogs are a controversial issue. We always advocate for smart, responsible breeding. Please keep in mind that this article is not meant to be breeding advice or guidance, but rather simply a fun way to show some of the different shapes and sizes our favorite canines come in.

Images and descriptions are created with the help of user-uploaded content across the web. Unfortunately, there are very few official resources regarding cross-breed dogs, so information collected comes from users. If you disagree with one of the image descriptions or breeds, let us know – we’d love to hear your opinions in the comments!

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We have a St Bernard Blue Tik Hound. She has a great temperament and personality. She will be 2 in July. She is a lover for sure. She thinks she is a lap dog. She is great at communicating. She tries to play with the cats, but she scares them because of her size. One of them will cuddle next to her sometimes when she is sleeping.

Ben Team

She sounds great, Polly! Thanks for sharing.


I had a St. Bernard Alaskan malamute shar pei. Best dog I’ve ever known. Smart , sweet , mellow. Stunningly beautiful. Wish I could post his pic. Lived to be 16+ I rescued him but he rescued me. Love and miss Ted

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He sounds wonderful, Jody.
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They all look fantastic and mixing them up with another breed, making them a sort of hybrid is quite a wonderful thing to do and for dog lovers like myself to behold with joy! The one I have to go for would be the saint bernard and the new foundland..what a great asset to Mankind.

Karin Cramer

I owned a Saint Bernard cross with German Shepherd She lived until she was 12 years old. She weighed 165 pounds and was 28 inches in height. She was also very protective and loved my five children. Her name was Venus and one of the best dogs I have ever owned.


I have a St Bernard and a American Bull


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