95lbs. – 24.5″ tall
Everyone gets confused on how to say Greenwich’s name so we will start with that. It’s pronounced “gren-itch” not “green- which”, lol. Greenwich was named after the town Greenwich in Connecticut. Many SwissRidge dogs live in Greenwich with so many of my amazing clients. I thought it would be a great tribute to name one of my pups after their town!
Greenwich can be described as a free spirit. She does what she wants, when she wants. She is an active, outgoing, and playful dog. She loves to run, play, and socialize with the other dogs. She loves playing with all the other dogs. She will roughhouse with them for about 20 minuets before she gets tired and relaxes under a tree.
She loves going for walks and is great off leash. She will run ahead for a bit and then run back to check-in. She will run up to any human, sit on their foot and lean into them for pets. She is the life of the party. She is as happy as can be everyday, all day and even at 4am in the morning. Her tail is always wagging, and she always wants someone to pet her or pay attention to her.
In the yard she can often be found laying down under the trees enjoying the breeze or laying down enjoying the snow, she loves being outside and often tries to hide outside in her run or behind the trees so she doesn’t have to come inside. She is fun and outgoing and loves to be out in the yard or on a pack walk with her friends. She is a very loving and gentle mother who enjoys spending time with her puppies, even when offered some alone time she prefers to stay with her pups. Greenwich has your typical Bernese mountain dog traits, she loves to sit on your foot and get a good massage, when you stop petting her she doesn’t hesitate to give you her paw very gently to remind you to keep going. In Greenwich’s retirement, I can definitely see her living in a family with children of any age or being an amazing therapy dog. She loves all people and dogs unconditionally and she has an amazing spirit!
The best words to describe Greenwich are fun, active, and social.
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