We are a family breeder located on a 6 acre hobby farm in the beautiful hills of Western NY. After a mini goldendoodle became part of our lives, we knew we had to be a part of the doodle world. We have searched long and hard for the perfect dogs and are so excited to introduce you to our Bernedoodles. Our dogs are members of our family and we can't wait to help you find a new member for yours. We believe in bringing you the best dogs that are healthy, loving, loyal and family oriented.
Currently we are specializing in traditional tri, phantom tri and parti tri colored F1 and F1b Standard and Mini Bernedoodles.
The Bernedoodle is a cross between a Standard Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog. Bernedoodles combine the athleticism and intelligence of the Standard Poodle with the calm, laid back and affectionate nature of the Bernese Mountain Dog. With good breeding, the resulting puppies are beautiful, playful, affectionate, loyal, sweet and sometime quite comical. They are low to no shedding and tend to be allergy friendly. Full grown, our Standard Bernedoodles will weigh between between 60- 80 lbs. Our Miniature Pups will weigh between 25-50 lbs. My Bernedoodles are usually black, brown and white in a vaiety of color patters. I am also looking at adding a blue Merle to my pups. I love all Bernedoodle colors and work hard to breed puppies that are beautiful and have great temperaments.
Since Bernedoodles are a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle, every Bernedoodle is different. Some can have the taller but more slight build of the poodle, others have the stockier build of the Bernese. Their coats come in a variety of styles as well. Most Bernedoodles have a wavy coat, which are low to no shedding. Some can also have a curlier coat more like the poodle. Generally, the curlier the coat the less likely it is to shed. However, the curlier the dog’s coat, the harder it is to maintain. With little to no shedding, Bernedoodle coats can get matted. They need to be brushed regularly and clipped every few months.
F1 – is a first generation cross, in which the pup is 50% Bernese Mountain Dog and 50% Poodle. The F1 cross is considered the healthiest, as the parents have the least likelihood of contributing genes for common inheritable diseases.
F1b – is a cross in which a Bernedoodle is bred back with a poodle. The puppy is 25% Bernese, and 75% Poodle. F1b puppies are the most likely to be non-shedding and allergy-friendly.
F2 – is a second-generation cross, in which an F1 Bernedoodle is crossed with another F1 Bernedoodle. I currently do not breed F2 Bernedoodles.
All of our doggy parents are AKC registered, genetic health tested and have great family personalities. They are all about people and are happiest when they're spending time with their families: playing, cuddling, and making us laugh. The puppies are raised in our home, being snuggled daily by our children, and come with a 12 month genetic health guarantee.