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Cute Bernese Mountain Dog Jigsaw Puzzle Game

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About: It's time for a new jigsaw puzzle. The puzzle of the day features a very cute Bernese mountain dog. The Bernese mountain dog is a large, heavy dog with a distinctive tri-colored coat, black with white chest and rust colored markings above eyes, sides of mouth, front of legs, and a small amount around the white chest. The Bernese mountain dog is slightly longer than it is tall, and it is highly muscular. The Bernese's calm temperament makes them a natural for pulling small carts or wagons, a task they originally performed in Switzerland. With proper training they enjoy giving children rides.
Puzzle Of The Day On: 19/Mar/2014

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