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Bernedoodles.

If you're looking for a lovable, smart dog to join the family that will put a smile on your face with their antics, you won’t be able to find a better match than a Bernedoodle. 
We've put together everything you need to know about this fabulous breed, right here.

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Bernedoodles for Sale.

Bernedoodles can be a wonderful addition to your family.
Below are some beautiful Bernedoodles we currently have available.

Thelma the Bernedoodle
Thelma the Bernedoodle

Thelma the Bernedoodle

Bernedoodle Care Guide.

Bernedoodle.

Bernese Mountain Dog X Poodle

Hair Length: Long
Size: 58-67cm (a Bernedoodle is a crossbreed and therefore, sizing can vary.
Weight: 35-42kg
Energy Level: High

Temperament.

Bernedoodles are known for their affectionate and loving nature, forming strong bonds with their family members. Their intelligence and trainability make them eager learners and their playful demeanour and loyalty make them fantastic companions for families and individuals alike. It’s important to keep up with their high activity levels and to have a suitable backyard or lifestyle to ensure they can run off their energy. 

When considering Bernedoodles, it's important to remember that predicting their dominant personality traits can be challenging. Some may lean towards the gentle and reserved nature of the Bernese Mountain Dog, resulting in an easy-going yet occasionally timid demeanour around unfamiliar people. However, if the Poodle genes prevail, you'll have a confident and intelligent companion with a touch of stubbornness.

Size.

Because they are a crossbreed, an exact size cannot be guaranteed. The full size of your puppy can only be estimated based on the parents.
The most common size categorise are:

Standard Bernedoodle
A standard Bernedoodle is the largest size available. They are usually crossed with a standard sized Poodle.
They weigh between 25-40kg and are between 55-70cm tall.

Mini Bernedoodle
Miniature Bernedoodles are sometimes referred to as medium or mini Bernedoodles. They are usually mixed with a miniature poodle.
They weigh between 15-25kg and are between 44-55cm tall.

Toy / Tiny Bernedoodle
A toy Bernedoodle is sometimes referred to as micro or tiny Bernedoodle. They are the smallest size available and typically have a toy poodle parent.
They weigh a tiny 5-15kg and are only 30-45cm tall.

Diet & Nutrition.

Due to their large size and high activity level, Bernedoodles require a diet that provides the right balance of nutrients. High-quality, premium dog food that is specifically formulated for large breeds is a great option. Since Bernedoodles may be prone to skin issues, consider a diet with omega-3 fatty acids to promote healthy skin and coat. It’s essential to monitor their weight to prevent obesity, which can exacerbate joint issues. Dividing their daily food intake into two or three meals can help maintain a healthy metabolism. Additionally, always provide access to fresh water to keep your furry friend hydrated throughout the day.

Grooming.

The Bernedoodle breed offers a variety of coat types, and the good news is that they are all relatively easy to manage, with some even being hypoallergenic. On one end of the spectrum, your Bernedoodle may have a curly coat similar to that of a Poodle, which sheds very little but requires regular brushing and clipping every two or three months. On the other end of the spectrum, you may have a Bernedoodle with wavy or nearly straight hair. While this variation is less common and results in more shedding, it generally doesn't produce much dander, making it suitable for people with allergies. 

Regarding bathing, experts recommend a moderate approach for Bernedoodles. Frequent bathing can strip their natural oils and lead to irritation, so it's best to bathe them once every three to four months. Even if your Bernedoodle loves getting dirty, it's better to wait for them to dry and then brush out as much dirt as possible. At most, you can bathe your Bernedoodle every two to two and a half months. 

Common Health Issues.

Despite being very healthy overall, Bernedoodles can still be prone to some health issues.

Hip Dysplasia:
a genetic condition where the hip joint doesn’t fit properly in the socket, leading to pain and mobility issues.
Skin Conditions: Bernedoodles may experience skin allergies and irritations due to their Poodle lineage, requiring proper grooming and diet management to maintain skin health.

Keep your Bernedoodle healthy by keeping up to date with vaccinations, regularly treating for fleas, ticks and worms, and taking your dog to the vet if any concerns arise.