If you love to have a dog and you have chosen one from the bernedoodle puppies, there will be a benefit that you will not your furniture and bed covered with hairs. The bernedoodle puppies are hypoallergenic. Affectionate, adorable and fur babies are the words used by the owners of the bernedoodle puppies. These puppies adapt well in any living conditions.
There is one thing about every puppy that everyone knows is that “the puppies are cute and adorable.” People feel pleasure spending time with them because they have cute pink wet noses, wiggly butts, little paws, and clumsy movements. Below are some fun facts about the little fur babies;
- They’re born deaf and blind
- They are born without teeth
- They sleep, eat and repeat, they spend about 14 hours sleep every day
- Puppies are considered adults at the age of 1.
- Litter size depends on the breed
- For a newborn puppy, it is difficult to poop
- The puppies can be twins
Bernedoodle puppies’ Parents (Dam & Sire)
Bernedoodle puppies are the cross between the Bernese mountain dog and the Poodle. Let’s have a look at the parent breeds to have an idea about what characteristics we can expect in the bernedoodle puppies.
Bernese mountain dog
The Bernese mountain dog is the big-sized, working dog from the farmland of Switzerland. It is used to pull carts and drive cattle. Bernese mountain dogs are very affectionate and loyal dogs. The problems related with this dog breed are shedding and his short lifespan.
The Poodle is the ancient, purebred dog famous in France. It is a hypoallergenic dog and is suitable for people with allergies. It comes in three different sizes, Standard, mini and tiny. The Poodle is the most famous companion dog.
Bernese mountain dog x Poodle = Bernedoodle Puppies
The bernedoodle inherits most of the functional characteristics as well as the bad features from the parent’s breeds. They inherit the loyal and friendly behavior of the Bernese mountain dog and the cleverness of the Poodle. The tri-color Bernedoodle puppies are unique and desirable. These bundles of curly fur need early socialization so that they should not be aggressive to the strangers.
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F1 Bernedoodle Puppies:
The generation cross in which the puppy is the combination of 50 percent Poodle and 50 percent Bernese mountain dog. According to the experts, bernedoodle puppies of this cross are healthier puppies than other generations.
The puppy is 75 percent Poodle and 25 percent Bernese mountain dog in this generation. A Bernedoodle is bred with a Berner in this generation. These puppies can inherit more Bernese traits.
It is the mix of two F1 Bernedoodles.
Size of the Bernedoodle Puppies
There are three different sizes of the bernedoodle depends on the size of the Poodle crossed with Berner.
Bernese mountain dog x Standard Poodle = Standard Bernedoodle
Bernese mountain dog x Mini Poodle = Mini Bernedoodle
Bernese mountain dog x Tiny Poodle = Tiny Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle Puppies for Sale (Buying Guide)
The price of the bernedoodle puppies is between 1000$ and 5000$. The price will depend on the breeder, region, color and health of the Bernedoodle puppy. The bi-color and black bernedoodle puppies cost less while merle or tri-color bernedoodle puppies are expensive. Mini and tiny bernedoodle puppies are more expensive than the Standard ones.
Search on the internet for the reputable bernedoodle puppies in your area. Ask the breeder that if he has any bernedoodle puppy available. Inquire about his health, age, energy level, etc.
If you have planned to buy a Bernedoodle puppy than keep in mind the below things;
- Do not buy very young puppies
- Find the reputable breeder who equally cares about all, and he has the past health records of the bernedoodle puppy you want to buy.
- Check the puppy’s nose, ears, coat, and eyes and observe if there is something wrong.
- Ask for the past vaccinations and health records.
- If you are not satisfied with the puppy’s health, take him to the vet for the checkup.
- Do not buy the puppies from the mills.
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