Full grown bernedoodle is a mixed dog breed resulting from crossbreeding a pure Bernese mountain dog and a poodle. This breed comes in different sizes; choose the one according to your family’s needs.
Bernedoodle is more popular in the US and Canada, but it is actually an unusual crossbreed in the UK. – Bernedoodle is a new breed, but its origins the Bernese Mountain Dog has a long history back to 2,000 years. – As this is a hybrid breed, it is not recognized by any of the reputable purebred dog registries, such as the American Kennel Club or United Kennel Club. – Apart from this, this breed doesn’t have any official breed standards; that’s why you can see many variations in this breed. Each and every Bernedoodle looks and acts differently.
– F1 Bernedoodle: 50% Poodle & 50% Bernese Mountain Dog – F1B Bernedoodle: 75% Poodle & 25% Bernese Mountain Dog – F1BB Bernedoodle: 87.5% Poodle & 12.5% Bernese Mountain Dog – F2 Bernedoodle: 50% Poodle & 50% Bernese Mountain Dog – F2B Bernedoodle: 62.5% Poodle & 37.5% Bernese Mountain Dog – F2BB Bernedoodle: 81.25% Poodle & 18.75% Bernese Mountain Dog – F3 Bernedoodle or Multi-generation Bernedoodle: Numerous generations of Bernedoodle reproduce normally backcross breeding to the Criterion Poodle.
Tiny/Toy Bernedoodle Weight: 10-25 pounds, Height: 15 inches or less Mini/Medium Bernedoodle Weight: 25-55 pounds, Height: 15-22 inches Standard Bernedoodl Weight: 55–90 pounds, Height: 23-27 inches
– Affection Level: High – Friendliness: Medium – Kid-Friendly: Medium – Pet-Friendly: Medium – Exercise Needs: Medium – Playfulness: Medium – Energy Level: Medium – Trainability: Medium – Intelligence: High – Tendency to Bark: Medium – Amount of Shedding: Medium
– leash walking training – training their puppy to not jump on people – training their puppy to not chew furniture – working on their puppy’s mouthiness – calm behavior around dogs and other pets like cats.
– A good-quality high-protein dog food – Food items with omega 3 and 6. – Combination of brown/white rice, beef, dried yeast, oatmeal, barley, poultry, egg, and fishmeal – Canned dog food – You can also give cooked and raw food such as liver, eggs, cottage cheese, sweet potatoes, chicken, and beef cuts. – Foods that contain peas, fruit, potatoes (including sweet potatoes), carrots, and lentils are a good choice.
– Skin issues include excessive scratching, licking, and ‘hot spots’ (moist dermatitis). – Bloat (GDV) – Bones problems, such as DJD (degenerative joint disease) and osteoarthritis. – Hip dysplasia and Arthritis. – Elbow dysplasia.
– A mini Bernedoodle named Timber is an Instagram famous dog, and he has over 26,000 followers! – Famous actress and filmmaker Greta Gerwig always carries her mini Bernedoodle, Wizard, everywhere! – Bernedoodle puppies have a pink nose that later turns black once the dog is fully matured. – The average price range of a Bernedoodle is between $1500 and $5000.