What Is A Bernedoodle?

A Bernedoodle is a hybrid combination of a Standard Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog. It is an excellent paring due to the advantages to both strains.

The Bernese Mountain Dog originated in the place of Bern, Switzerland. Initially they were farm dogs across the Swiss Alps pulling carts working as watch dogs, and herding cows. Farmers Company working alongside them for centuries has been kept by them. Berner or the Bernese Mountain Dog is readily recognized by its own exquisite tri- colors of black, white, and rust symmetric markings. They can be big dogs, but have the dispositions that are most tender and patient. They LOVE to be folks that are near!

The down side of the dogs is that they’re really so big that lots of folks shy away from possessing them, they shed constantly, plus relatively short life spans live.

Now when you cross a Bernese Mountain Dog having a Standard Poodle you reduce their size, get a lower to none shedding coat, and since it’s a crossed you take pleasure in the advantage of ‘hybrid energy’ which means a healthier longer life than either of it purebred parents.

Bernedoodles are very similar to Goldendoodles in their fun-loving characters, patience, gentleness, and want for companionship. Their singularity is observed within their mark that was eye-catching! It is for these reasons we’re thrilled to add the Bernedoodle to our family of dogs!

Below are Attie, some pictures of our beloved Athena, or as we call her, as well as some of her first litter of F1 bernedoodle pups. She’s an absolutely delightful girl whose favorite thing in life is to get her belly rubbed! She is fast stealing the hearts and is really adorable.