Every so often a hybrid dog comes along sporting a coat that's so visually distinct, you can't help but instantly recognize which breeds make up the heritage. Laberneses exemplify this phenomenon, as their pitch black coats are streaked with whites and browns that just scream "I'm a dog that's got a bit of Labrador and Bernese Mountain Dog in my DNA." Laberneses don't just look like their parent breeds, they also act like them too; both Labrador Retrievers and Bernese Mountain Dogs are very athletic and active dogs, so you can expect a Labernese to have just as much, if not more, energy than either of the parent breeds. Here are a few activities that will help put a lot of that excess energy to good use.
Laberneses can make great pets for a variety of different kinds of people; if you're looking for a dog to fulfill the role of a family pet, you can't go wrong with a Labernese. If you're in need of a service animal that knows when it's time to play and when it's time to get down to business, the Labernese can also meet your needs. Or if you've been searching for a pet that's willing to accompany you on all sorts of zany adventures, the Labernese may be the answer to your prayers. These adaptable dogs don't ask for much in return, save for respect and structure in their lives.