Why a Bernedoodle ?
Bernedoodles are a breed that has gained popularity in the last couple years. Not only for their strikingly good looks, and believe me when I say the unsolicited attention they receive when out and about will astound you! They are good natured, loyal, gentle, wonderful family pets, along with a funny, goofy nature, that will have you laughing at their antics. Come along with me while I explain why they are a great choice for your next best friend.
What is a
Whether you say Bernedoodle, Bernadoodle, Berniedoodle or even Burmadoodle, we've all grown to love this amazing breed. They are an adorable crossbreed, combining the Bernese Mountain Dog and Poodle. "Bernedoodles", are known for their loving personalities, combined with high intelligence and low-shedding coats. They retain the friendly demeanor, protective nature and calm, from the Bernese Mountain Dog and intelligence and lack of shedding from the Poodles. Not only is this mixed breed a strikingly beautiful dog, they are incredibly smart! Bernadoodles enjoy pleasing their owners - which makes them relatively easy to train. Due to their natural curiosity, Berniedoodles require regular mental stimulation, thus keeping toys around, playing fetch, taking them for walks regularly and training, are activities that will help your Bermadoodle thrive. Burnedoodles are pretty sensitive dogs (which is something they inherit from the Bernese Mountain Dog side). Due to their intelligence, they can quickly pick up on changes in tone or attitude. Therefore, it's important to remain gentle and calm with them. Being kind, loving and patient is key to connecting with this hybrid dog.
Bernedoodles are a cross between the Bernese Mountain Dog and the Poodle. The Poodle comes in three different sizes, as does the Bernedoodle.
An F1 Bernedoodle (Bernese bred to a mini poodle) is 30-45 lbs.
An F1B Bernedoodle (F1 Bernedoodle bred to a mini poodle) is 20-30 lbs.
A medium Bernedoodle (Bernese bred to a moyen or small standard poodle) is 45-70 lbs.
A standard Bernedoodle (Bernese bred to a standard poodle) is 70-100lbs.
Coat and Color
This is one of the more traditional Bernedoodle colors, inspired by the Bernese Mountain Dog parent. The tri-color pattern features three different colors on the coat, black, tan and white, featuring a white blaze on their muzzle, forehead, and chest, or a combination of the above.
Bernedoodles, being a hybrid breed, offers many different color combinations to choose from. So, which one is right for you? In this guide, we'll take a look at some of the most gorgeous Bernedoodle colors that we strive to acheive.
Phantom Bernedoodles are somewhat similar to tri-colored Bernedoodles, with less white markings. The most common phantom combination is black and tan.
Owned by Brookside Doodles
Owned by Brookside Doodles
One of the rarest, and most beautiful Bernedoodle colors is the Tri-Merle pattern. Tri-Merle Bernedoodles have a solid base color with speckled patches of diluted colors throughout the coat, with tan and white markings.
*Red Abstract Bernedoodle:
Red and white Bernedoodle is another rare color combination that features a mixture of predominantly red with white on face, chest and paws. Additionally there are parti red and white Bernedoodles where the body color is white with red markings on the face, ears and sometimes the back.
Chocolate Bernedoodles come in a variety of patterns. There is the solid chocolate Bernedoodle with rich brown undertones and then there are plenty of chocolate variations like phantom, tri-color, sable and parti.
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