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.
There are two aspects to the program:
Recognize Saint Bernards who have lived to age 10 years or older and to collect information about their health history
Recognize Saint Bernards whose ancestors have lived to age 10 years or older
To obtain more information, please click on the graphic page below that contains details on the Lifespan Achieve Program.
Please complete the SBCA Lifespan Achievement Program Application and forward to Jennifer Hanger.