Meet Maya! Maya is a Stunning F1b mini size Bernedoodle. Both parents are registered. Maya will come into your home up to date on vaccinations and dewormer, fully vet checked, and very loved on! Our pups are held and ...
Breed: Bernedoodle Gender: Female Registry: Non Registrable Personality: sweet Date Available: Jan 14 2021 Special Markings: White Markings Meet Zoey, a cute Bernedoodle puppy who’s ready to take on the world. Zoey sports a sweet personality ...
Breed: Micro Teddy Bear Bernedoodle Gender: Female Registry: Non Registrable Personality: lovable Date Available: Available Today! Meet Ivy, a beautiful Micro Teddy Bear Bernedoodle who made a first debut into the world on 2019-11-07. Straight from ...
Clever meets loyal in the charming and head turning Bernedoodle. Bundled in a mostly hypoallergenic coat, Bernedoodles present a 50/50 combination of the head strong Bernese Mountain Dog and deeply intelligent Poodle. They’re goofy, affectionate, and gentle at their core. Don’t enter the ring with this hybrid though; they originated in 2003 with the sole purpose of being a favorite companion dog and today they simply love to be loved. Bernedoodles, also known as Bernese Mountain Poos, thrive alongside active families, singles and seniors. With proper training, they’ll get along seamlessly with children and other dogs. Companionship is a steady favorite for the Bernedoodle. These gems should never be left alone for long periods of time. Instead, take them with you everywhere and celebrate a life together with a whole lot of companionship.
Bernedoodles live ready for whatever you are up too. Whether it’s curling on the couch, a hike outdoors or Frisbee at the park, your Bernedoodle will meet you there. The appearance of Bernedoodles varies as each pup is a unique combination of parent genes. No two Bernese Mountain Poos are ever alike whether it is appearance, personality, or exercise preferences. When selecting your Bernedoodle, be sure to speak with a reputable breeder to find a Bernedoodle who will match your personality perfectly.
Why you shouldn’t consider a Bernedoodle puppy:
Unless well socialized and trained as a little pupper, Bernedoodles can sport a headstrong nature and sway a stubborn head.
Why you should consider a Bernedoodle puppy:
Bernedoodles brilliantly combine the intelligence of a Poodle with the loyalty found in Bernese Mountain Dogs. Bernedoodles also love companionship and will join right alongside whatever you’re up to. Plus, they’re clever, affectionate and mostly hypoallergenic.
Bernedoodles began in 2003 by the Swiss Ridge Kennel.
Bernedoodles were never intended for the show ring. Rather they were bred with the sole purpose of being a favorite companion.
Bernedoodles are donned in coats of black, black and white, black and brown, or any combination of white, brown and black.
Each puppy listed below is raised with care by one of our elite VIP breeders. Each VIP breeder is carefully selected from across the United States and is committed to working hard in raising happy and healthy little pupper friends.