Bernedoodles are a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle. With a Bernedoodle you get the best of both breeds.
Your typical Bernedoodle is playful, clever, happy, goofy, loyal, and affectionate. You also get the majestic look of a Bernese Mountain Dog without all the shedding.
Bernedoodles come in different coats and colors. Coats can be straight, wavy, or curly. Colors include Traditional Tri-color, which is a black body with the Bernese Mountain Dog markings of white and brown. Another color is Brindle, which creates a striped pattern of black and brown on the body. If the Brindle has a white blaze and white accents it is considered a Brindle Tri-Color. Other colors include Sable, Phantom, Merle, and Solid.
Bernedoodles come in different sizes.
Standard: 65+ Pounds
Medium: 45-65 lbs
Mini: 20-45 lbs
Micro: 10-20 lbs
Terms & Agreement
Deposits are $500. We accept PayPal, Zelle, or Venmo for deposits. Deposits are non-refundable. But, if needed, we will move a deposit to only the next litter. If a deposit is placed on a litter, a puppy is picked in that litter, and you decide you need to wait or change your mind for any reason, that deposit is forfeited. Once you pick a specific puppy out in a litter, we will not move that deposit to a different litter in the future.
We accept cash or Zelle for final payments. Final payment is accepted the day of pick up, for those who choose to pick up in person. All puppies being shipped must be paid for by 5-6 weeks of age. Additional payment may be required for shipping.
Shipping Options: Flight Nanny - A Flight Nanny will fly with your puppy in the cabin and meet you at the airport (There is fee for Flight Nanny service)
Before bringing your new companion home there are a few things that you'll need to purchase in advance. Some of the things we think would be beneficial are; a crate, a baby gate, harness, leash, dog bed, food, water bowl, puppy food, treats, and lots of toys!
Once your puppy has received all of their shots, we suggest enrolling in a local puppy training class. You usually can find one at your local PetSmart or a local dog trainer may offer them. This will help you and your new puppy to communicate with each other.
We can't stress enough how important socializing is. This means introducing your new fur baby to lots of new people, new dogs, and new things. Please discuss with your vet as they may advise to wait until all shots are given.
We highly encourage bell training to help potty train your puppy. Hanging a bell on your door will help the puppy associate the bell with going outside. Soon he/she will be ringing it when they want to go out!
Midwest Dog Crates
Kong Dog Toys
Slopper Stopper Dripless Water Bowl
BarkBox - Dog Subscription Box
NuVet & NuJoint Dog Supplements
Purina Pro Plan