Saint Bernard Club of America


Subscriber Form

Subscribe now to the Saint Bernard Club of America. You will receive the Saint Fancier as part of your subscribership.

Membership Application

Have you been a Subscriber for two years or a member of a local specialty club? Apply now to be a Member of the Saint Bernard Club of America.

Lifespan Achievement Award Program

The purpose of the SBCA Lifespan Achievement Program (LAP) is to track, study and recognize those Saint Bernards, whose lines (or individuals) have demonstrated a longer than average lifespan, for the purpose of furthering the good health and well-being of our breed through conscientious breeding efforts. Read more...

Lifespan Achievement Award Application

Please complete the SBCA Lifespan Achievement Program Application and forward to Martin Glover. Use the Contact List link.



The Constitution of the Saint Bernard Club of America. Download to read...


By-Laws for the Saint Bernard Club of America. Read how the club operates...

Guidelines & Policy

The basic reason for breeding and exhibiting Saint Bernards is the improvement of each generation of the breed over the previous generations. Download to read more...

Illustrated Commentary on the Saint Bernard

The Official Illustrated Commentary on the Saint Bernard Club of America. A great way to understand the Saint Bernard and overall structure.


Download pamphlets related to the Saint Bernard.  Physical copies of these pamphlets may be purchased through the store.  Select the icon to download.

Fact and Fiction

About Our Breed by Arthur Hesser

A monastery and hospice was founded in the year 980 by the Augustinian monk Bernard de Menthon on the mountain which in Roman times was called Mons Jovis and from that time on the Great Saint Bernard Pass. This pass leading from Switzerland to Italy is called the Great Saint Bernard in contrast to the Little Saint Bernard Pass leading from France to Italy.

The Young Saint Bernard

His Care, Feeding, and Training

This brochure was prepared by the Saint Bernard Club of America, INC, to acquaint new owners with a few basic facts about their puppy. It is not intended in any way to take the place of competent professional advice. Indeed, the new owner is urged to select a veterinarian as soon as the puppy arrives – finding one who is experienced in the special requirements of the giant breeds and who in general “likes big dogs.”

Your Saint Bernard

Basic Care Booklet

In order to keep you updated on the latest insights and techniques on taking care of your Saint Bernard, the Education Committee of the Saint Bernard Club of America is pleased to provide you with the information contained within this booklet. Topics you will find inside include, but are not limited to, housetraining, crate training, grooming, bloat, exercise and socialization.


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