It is, however, possible that he will be much smaller like his Border Collie parent and this will make him a bit smaller than a German Shepherd. It is important that you feed him well. I would suggest that you start by feeding him twice a day and observe the amount he eats, slowly increasing this as he grows.
We now have an almost 5 month old Border Collie/St. Bernard mix that we adopted from the local Animal Shelter. He has a mix of the St.Bernard markings beginning to show, but for the first 4 months was primarily marked like a Border Collie pup. His feet are huge! He now weighs in at 51.4lbs as of yesterday, and he continues to grow more and more every week.
He had/has a bit of a nipping problem when he is stressed or scared, but we are working hard to reassure him and provide structure for other types of behavior to replace mouthing (he has such razor sharp teeth.) He is a little too frisky for our older Husky mix, so they don't really play and we are looking for other dogs to socialize him with.
He loves to play, and is obsessed with picking things up and putting them in his mouth, just like any young'n I suppose. ;) He's going to be a big boy, but he's already a gem in the family.
I just got a st bernard mix collie a 2 months old she don't want to eat and just drink water what should I feed her.? Please help me thanksGod bless
We have this mix, and he is a wonderful dog. Loving, protective, smart, calm...