What is a Bernedoodle?
The Bernese mountain dog, Nicknamed the “bear cub” have many outstanding qualities that make them excellent guardians and companion dogs. They are loyal with an affectionate nature, superior intelligence, and a remarkable memory.
This breed is a great watchdog as they are self-confident and alert. When the Bernese puppy has been appropriately socialized and trained, the adult Bernese Mountain Dog is even tempered, energetic and ever-willing. They are a large dog with a beautiful tri-coloured coat. The background colour is black, and the markings are red or rust and white.
The Poodle personality is often described as alert, intelligent, trainable, active, and instinctual. They are very smart dogs and can learn commands and tricks very quickly. They are quite loyal, adore human company and typically bond instantly with family members. Whatever the size, the Poodle is a bright and amusing pet who is good-natured and clever. Poodles are known as a low shedding breed. Solid Poodle colours are Black, White, Apricot, Cream, Sable, Black & White, Blue, Silver, Grey, Brown, Red.
The Bernedoodle. The mix of these 2 breeds generates a beautiful patient family member who is generally great around children and is low- to non-shedding. Every Bernedoodle has a different coat. The curlier the coat the less it will shed. When dealing with colour in poodle genetics, nothing is certain. Therefore, Bernedoodles have a coat of many colours including White, Brown, Black, Black and white, Black and brown, White and brown, Black sable, Tri-coloured with patches of black, white and brown, Blue, Grey, Fawn, Apricot, Cream, Merle. Based on what the parents have produced in the past and what traits they have will suggest what the pups will look like.
What are The Generations of the Bernedoodles?
- F1 Bernedoodles are a first generation cross where the puppy is 50 percent Bernese Mountain Dog and 50 percent poodle.
- F1b Bernedoodles are a back-cross; puppies are 25 percent Bernese and 75 percent poodle.
- F2 Bernedoodles are a second generation cross, which means an F1 Bernedoodle crossed with an F1 Bernedoodle.
The major differences between a tiny, mini and standard Bernedoodles?
The tiny can weigh between 15-20lbs. The mini between 25-50lbs, and the standard can weigh between 50-90lbs. Male Bernedoodles tend to be larger than females.
Things to consider when purchasing a bernedoodle. Size, grooming, exercise, life expectancy. (commitment).
All Bernedoodles are currently $3500.00