A mix between a Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog
Bernedoodle and Mini Bernedoodle Breed
What is a Bernedoodle?
Mini Bernedoodle puppies (aka Miniature Bernedoodle, Bernadoodle or Berniedoodle) are a popular hybrid breed that combine the intelligence of a Poodle and the loyal, gentle nature of the Bernese Mountain Dog (not to mention their amazing coat colors). They are a mix of a mini Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog (BMD). A Standard Bernedoodle crosses a BMD with a standard Poodle. Properly bred, they tend to be loyal and less active than some other Doodle breeds.
These adorable fur balls are an excellent choice for families due to their friendly demeanor, resilience, and adaptability. Bernedoodles are also known for their hypoallergenic coats, a trait inherited from the Poodle parent, making them a good fit for people with allergies.
Their well-rounded personalities make them great companions. They’re playful and energetic, yet also love their downtime and cuddles. This balance can be a great fit for active households or those with children. Bernedoodles also tend to be very intelligent and quick learners, so you can expect training them to be an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
In addition to these traits, Bernedoodles are also renowned for their longevity and health, thanks to the hybrid vigor often seen in mixed breeds. In essence, Bernedoodles are a wonderful addition to any home, combining the best of both breeds into one lovable package.
Overall, they make fantastic pets for those seeking a loving and playful companion with minimal shedding and potential health issues. They have quickly gained popularity in recent years due to their charming personalities and adorable looks, making them a highly sought-after breed. With proper care and training, they can bring immense joy and love to any household they become a part of. So why not consider welcoming one into your home? So why not consider welcoming one into your home?
This breed is an excellent choice for families looking for a loyal, friendly, and low-shedding pet. Their combination of intelligence, adaptability, and playful nature make them a great fit for various households. With proper care and training, these hybrid breeds can bring years of joy and companionship to their owners. So whether you’re looking to add a new furry member to your family or simply want to learn more about this lovable breed, Bernedoodles are definitely worth considering.
So why wait? Start exploring the world of Bernedoodles today and discover all the reasons that make them such a beloved and popular dog. If you’re looking for a fluffy companion who loves to be with you, look no further than this incredible breed!
Continue reading for more information about the amazing Bernedoodle breed – including sizes, coat colors, and more.
Learn more about Bernedoodle breed characteristics
Common Questions About Bernedoodles
A Bernedoodle (aka Berniedoodle or Bernadoodle) is a mix between a Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog.
Overall, Bernedoodles are a great breed choice for those who suffer from pet allergies or want to avoid the added mess of dog hair in their home, as they tend to be low-shedding and hypoallergenic.
For those who deal with allergies, we encourage you to consider adopting a curly-coated pup. Typically, the curlier the coat, the less shedding that pup will experience as an adult. However, it’s still important to brush them regularly in order to reduce any shedding and keep their coat looking healthy and beautiful.
With a little extra care, you can enjoy the many benefits of owning a Bernedoodle without worrying about shedding. If you are looking for a non-shedding, hypoallergenic puppy, read our article about “The F1b Advantage“. Or check out, “Is It Appropriate To Call Doodles ‘Hypoallergenic’?“.
Generally, Standard Bernedoodles tend to be over 55 pounds when grown while Medium Bernedoodles tend to grow in the 41-55 pound range. Since each pup is a beautiful and unique blend of their genetics, these ranges are simply estimates and not guarantees.
Generally, a Toy/Petite Bernedoodle will grow somewhere in the 5-24 pound range while a Traditional Mini Bernedoodle will grow to be in the 25-40 pound range. Since each pup is a beautiful and unique blend of their genetics, these ranges are simply estimates and not guarantees.
See our answer above about, “Do Bernedoodles shed?”
Bernedoodles have a loyal and affectionate nature which makes them excellent family dogs. They love to be with their people and find joy in running errands, hiking, playing and sharing life with them. Some people have even called them “Velcro dogs”.
Bernedoodles are known for their affectionate, loyal and social natures. Their intelligence and intuitive temperaments make them good candidates for therapy and emotional support dogs as well. Bernedoodles need exercise and mental stimulation and have been known to have a delightful “sass” to their personalities.
We highly recommend Bernedoodle owners use formal puppy training early in their pup’s life to establish good home and social habits.
Black and white, Red and white, Red and chocolate, Tri-color (any three-color combination of black, white, red, caramel, etc.)
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Advantages of the Bernedoodle
(These advantages are typically the case, but cannot be guaranteed to be true of each individual doodle puppy.)
- Healthier due to hybrid vigor
- Hypoallergenic coat (particularly f1b curly-coated mini or medium Bernedoodles)
- Non-drooling (Bernedoodles and mini Bernedoodles are dry mouth.)
- Highly loyal (Bernedoodles love doting on their family.)
- Variety of colors (Tri-color and mini Bernedoodles continue to be the most popular, but they come in many colors.)
Price Range: $1500-$3500
- Pricing is based on breed, coat, color and size.
- We reserve the right to adjust the pricing of individual puppies for any reason.
6% Sales Tax applies to all puppies picked up in the state of South Carolina.