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Also known as the Bernese Mountain Poo, The Bernedoodle is a cross between the Bernese Mountain Dog and the Poodle. Their fluffy black and white fur covers their adorable, friendly faces and forms curly tufts over their big paws. Bred entirely for companionship and to develop that warm, loving loyalty to family, Bernedoodles are great with children. These dogs stand about 23-29 inches high at the shoulder and weigh between 70 and 90 pounds. The Bernedoodle is a docile and excited companion on family trips and is easy to train.
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10 - 90 lbs
12 to 18 years
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The Bernedoodle is a mixture of two loving breeds: the Bernese Mountain Dog and the Poodle. The Poodle parent can come in a variety of sizes, depending on the size of the breeding Poodle parents (toy, miniature, or standard sized). Standard Poodles lead to larger Bernedoodles (70-110 pounds) whole Toy or Mini Poodles lead to mini Bernedoodles (25-50 pounds). The Bernedoodle breed was created in the United States in the early 2000s in an effort to create a intelligent, affectionate companion breed. Doodles have also gained in popularity due to their low-shedding coat, inherited from the hypoallergenic Poodle parents. Bernedoodles are also commonly used as emotional support dogs or therapy dogs given their kind nature and high level of trainability.
Bernedoodles are wonderful house dogs and make great family companions. This is because of a variety of factors, including their temperament and low-shedding coat. Thee dogs are loving towards family members and children, and friendly with strangers and pets. This makes them a good match for families with kids, whether smaller or older children. Bernedoodles' low-shedding coat makes them a fit for families with allergic or asthmatic members. This breed's intelligence means that it can be trained to follow house rules, behave well, and learn tricks. If you bring home a Bernedoodle, your family will have added a new loyal and loving member.
Maintenance of dogs can refer to their exercise needs, grooming needs, or difficulty of behavioral training. Based on these factors, Bernedoodles are not considered very high maintenance dogs. Bernedoodles are very trainable and can be taught to be well-behaved. Their long coats are low-shedding which means less fur on your floor and furniture. That said, their coats do require frequent grooming to prevent matting. In terms of exercise, Bernedoodles have a moderate to high level of energy, which means that they require frequent exercise to stay physically and mentally healthy. This is one important maintenance factor to keep in mind when bringing home a Bernedoodle pup.
The difference between F1 and F2 Bernedoodles is in the lineage of these dogs. F1 Bernedoodles result from the mixture of a Bernese Mountain Dogwith a Poodle. This results in a litter that is 50% Bernese Mountain Dog and 50% Poodle. F2 Bernedoodles, on the other hand, are second-generation dogs that are bred from two F1 Bernedoodles. F1 Bernedoodles tend to have a more even mixture of the Bernese and Poodle breed features and characteristics. On the other hand, F2 Bernedoodles tend to be more genetically diverse because they result from two hybrid dogs, which themselves have more genetic variability than purebred Poodles or Bernese Mountain Dogs. As such, F2 Bernedoodles tend to display a wider range of sizes, appearances, and personalities compared to F1 Bernedoodles.
Bernedoodles have an average lifespan of 10-15 years. This may be surprising to some, because Bernese Mountain Dogs have a shorter lifespan of 7-10 years on average. However, mixed breeds typically have a longer lifespan than their purebred parents because of the health benefits of genetic diversity. As with all dogs, Bernedoodles can live longer if provided a health, balanced diet, regular exercise, and frequent medical checks. These factors can help your pup live a long, healthy life.
Bernedoodles are a relatively rare mixed breed, and so it's not always possible to find this type of dog at a shelter or rescue. That said, there are many adoption agencies which may have Bernedoodle puppies available for adoption. One example is the BFW Rescue Inc which is a national organization. You can also check with local Bernese Mountain Dog focused organizations, such as the NORCAL Bernese Mountain Dog Rescue in California. Reputable organizations such as these ones usually provide medical care before a rescued dog is placed in a new home. You should research the organization, its experience, and adoption process thoroughly before committing to a specific shelter.
Bernedoodle puppies typically cost between $2,000 and $4,500. This is on the higher range of puppy prices given the popularity of this mixed breed. The exact price of a puppy will depend on the type of Bernedoodle (i.e., F1, F1B, or F2), the expected adult size, and the breeder's experience and location. The price of purchasing a Bernedoodle is more than adopting from a shelter or rescue, which typically costs between $300 and $700. Keep in mind that the total costs for your puppy will significantly exceed the initial cost of purchase or adoption. You can expect to pay thousands of dollars annually for the food, toys, training, veterinary care, grooming, and other expenses of your Bernedoodle dog.
The most common health issues in Bernedoodles are hip dysplasia, elbow dysplasia, progressive retinal atrophy, and von Willebrand's disease. Bernedoodles can also inherit genetic conditions common in Bernese Mountain Dogs and Poodles. These include bloat and cancer in Bernese Mountain Dogs and skin allergies and dental problems in Poodles. For these reasons, you should ensure that the breeder you purchase from conducts genetic screenings on their breeding dogs to screen out these common health conditions. And as with any dog, regular veterinary check-ups, a healthy diet, and regular exercise can keep your pup happy and healthy.
The first and perhaps most important step of bringing home a Bernedoodle puppy is finding a reputable and reliable Bernedoodle breeder. Below are some steps to follow when finding the right breeder: