Here at Happy Doodle Farm, we offer a number of doodle breeds from Goldendoodles, Labradoodles, Bernedoodles and Mini-Labradoodles. What’s the difference between them all? In this blog series, we’ll cover the difference between each of the doodle varieties that we offer. Read below to find out everything you need to know about the Bernedoodle. 

Temperament: 

Bernedoodles are a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle. These dogs are known to be clever, loyal and goofy. They are highly intelligent, and hardworking dogs that can sometimes be a little stubborn, however, proper training can easily counter any stubbornness (that they usually outgrow). They have a lot of energy and do best with an active family. 

Grooming: 

Bernedoodles are very low shedding and their coats can vary from curly, wavy to straight. They are one of the best breeds for allergy sufferers! Some Bernedoodle colors include solid black, black and white, or black and brown and some can be tri-colored. 

Training: 

Just as most doodle varieties, Bernedoodles intelligence makes them easy to train! They are loyal and eager to please and can pick up training commands easier than most breeds. 

Size: 

Bernedoodles are one of the larger sized doodle varieties, weighing between 50-60 pounds (or more) when full-grown.

1 thought on “The Difference in Doodles: All About the Bernedoodle”

  1. Hi
    My husband and I are still very active and working at age of 62. We had great danes , boxers and a few mixed breeds in the past. We hope to retire within 1-3 years and have decided we want a Bernadoodle or a minature Bernadoodle. .

    I was wondering if it might be possible to visit sometime if not I totally understand I have done a lot of research and would just like to meet this type of dog personnel to make sure this is a good fit . I love watching your pages etc we live in Hodgenville

    Anxiously waiting a reply

    Connie

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