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“Our family could not be any happier with our Bernedoodle! We absolutely love her and she has blessed us so much. Truly, the experience from start to finish with Infinity Pups was AMAZING! The communication was great and they were above all, incredibly kind-hearted. When our puppy arrived, she had her personal care package complete with vet records, food, toys and a sweet note. In fact, they sent precious pictures the morning of her flight just to keep us updated. Class act. I highly recommend Infinity Pups! LoveLoveLove!!” – David G.


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  • Breed: Bernedoodle
  • Group: Designer
  • Height: 22-29"
  • Weight: 50-100 lbs
  • HypoAllergenic: Yes
  • Coat: Curly
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Bernedoodle puppies are wonderful additions to families looking for a dog that loves fun and companionship.  Bernedoodles love interacting with children and have a touch of goofy in their personality. As a designer breed, Bernedoodles combine traits from both Poodles and the Bernese Mountain Dog.  Our Bernedoodle puppies for sale make an excellent companion and addition to any family!

Do you love Bernese Mountain Dogs with their loyalty, friendliness, and fun attitude, but don’t like how much they shed? Bernedoodle puppies are a great solution to this problem.

You can browse our Bernedoodle puppies for sale below to see which puppy is the right fit for you.

Known as a designer crossbreed since they are a cross between a Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog, Bernedoodle puppies bring the intelligence and lower allergens from Poodles and the companionship and fun from Bernese Mountain Dogs.

If you want a family-friendly puppy for your children and home, then purchase your Bernedoodle puppy today!

You can also view our Mini Bernedoodle Puppies for sale, one of our other puppy breeds for sale, or take a look at our Ultimate Bernedoodle Lover’s Guide!

Companionship: Bernedoodles are one of the top crossbreeds in craving attention, love, and care from humans. They want to be with people whenever possible – it doesn’t matter if it is playing games, snuggling on the sofa, or going on a walk!

Intelligence: A smart breed that quickly adapts to various situations, the Bernedoodle can be quickly trained with sharp intelligence from the Poodle.

Showing strong traits from the Bernes Mountain Dog, Bernedoodles have a strong commitment to their families and especially children. The strong bond that the breed develops with their owners has earned them the nickname “the velcro breed.”

Known for their love of playing and goofy sense of humor, Bernedoodles take the definition of “a dog that loves to play” to the next level. They enjoy spending quality time doing any activity with humans.

Bernedoodle puppies sometimes show the stubborn traits of the Bernese Mountain Dog, although they usually outgrow this trait as they get older. The key is training Bernedoodle puppies with consistency and patience, especially when they are young.

The Bernedoodle breed is a recent crossbreed originating in the early 2000s.

The original goal with Bernedoodles was to have a good companion dog that was also hypoallergenic and a low shedder.  The combination that seemed ideal for this dog combination was mixing a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle.

The result is a designer dog that combines the intelligence and hypoallergenic traits of the Poodle with the loyalty and companionship of the Bernese Mountain Dog.

It also helps stabilize some of the health concerns associated with the Bernese Mountain Dog.

While the most popular Bernedoodles are first-generation crossbreeds, some breeders have started breeding multigenerational Bernedoodles to emphasize specific traits.

Bernedoodles come in three sizes based on the size Poodle used.

  • Toy Bernedoodles: 12-17 inches in height and 10-24 pounds in weight.
  • Mini Bernedoodles: 18-22 inches in height and 25-49 pounds in weight.
  • Standard: 23-29 inches in height and 50-100 pounds in weight.

As a new crossbreed, the average Bernedoodle’s lifespan is not fully known. However, many experts agree that 12-15 years is an accurate number.

Bernedoodles have colorful coats and beautiful exterior.  Many have a dominant black color on their back, around the eyes, and on the legs.  This is mixed with a white or light-colored chest.

Many Bernedoodle’s also have white markings on their tails, paws, and mouth.  Some also have tan or brown markings mixed with the black and white

While Bernedoodle’s coats do favor the Poodle, that doesn’t mean they do not require regular care and grooming.

Some Bernedoodles have thicker and longer hair, while others will have shorter and curlier hair.  

The coat should be regularly brushed several times a week with a slicker brush.  It should also be trimmed several times a year.

If they are properly brushed and groomed, Bernedoodles do not need to be bathed regularly due to oils in their coat and skin.

Because the breed is still young, there are not a lot of specifics known to the Bernedoodle’s exact health.  However, most agree that the breed is relatively healthy and not subject to any disease that is not also relevant to either the Poodle or Bernese Mountain Dog.

Due to their floppy ears, you will want to check regularly behind the ears for infection.  To prevent infection, make sure the ears completely dry out whenever your Bernedoodle becomes wet.

Like all dogs, Bernedoodles are susceptible to hip and elbow dysplasia.

Hip and elbow dysplasia occurs when the leg or hip becomes weakened, and it can result in arthritis or lameness if not addressed.

One of the best ways to prevent this is by keeping your dog from excessive running on hard surfaces.  This is especially vital when they are a puppy.

With Poodles being used in the breeding, many make the false assumption that Bernedoodles will be allergy-free.

Allergens are caused by dander, which is dead skin cells.  Any animal, including humans, shed these dead skills. And while Bernedoodles shed less than Bernese Mountain Dogs, this does not eliminate dander or allergens.

One of the factors of the Bernedoodle’s allergen level is the coat.  As mentioned earlier, some coats will be thicker with wavier hair, while others have shorter and curlier hair.  Because Bernedoodles are a crossbreed, it is difficult to determine the exact characteristics of the puppy’s coat when they are young.

If you have a family member with allergen concerns, it is always good to consult with your family physician.

  • Do Bernedoodles shed?
    Not a lot. Bernedoodles inherit low shedding traits from their Poodles parents. Low shedding tendencies were one of the things breeders were aiming for when they first bred Bernedoodles.
  • Why are Bernedoodles called a “Velcro breed?”
    Because Bernedoodle puppies love to be with their masters! They will stick as close as velcro, which is why they are sometimes called a “velcro breed.”
  • Are Bernedoodles playful?
    Yes, Bernedoodles have silly, fun, playful personalities. Young Bernedoodles can sometimes get overly excited when they play.
  • Are Bernedoodles hard to train?
    Bernedoodles can have a stubborn streak they inherit from their Bernese Mountian Dog parents. However, with firm, consistent training they can be wonderful dogs. Toy and Mini Bernedoodles tend to be more stubborn and energetic than standard Bernedoodles.
  • Do Bernedoodles come in different sizes?
    Yes, Bernedoodles come in three different sizes: standard, miniature, and tiny. The size of the Bernedoodle depends on the size of the Poodle parent.
  • Are Bernedoodles loud?
    Bernedoodles are generally known to be infrequent barkers. Of course, this may vary from individual to individual.
  • Do Bernedoodles come in different colors?
    Yes. Bernedoodles are often black with brown and white markings, but they can also be sable, brindle, black and tan, or brindle, among other colors.
  • Do Bernedoodles make good first-time pets?
    Yes, Bernedoodles can make great first-time pets. They are intelligent, loyal, and happy-go-lucky, making them great family dogs!
  • Do Bernedoodles need to be clipped?
    Bernedoodles do not need fancy haircuts, but they should be trimmed every few months or so, depending on how fast their coat grows. An occasional trim helps keep their coats from matting and tangling.
  • Can a Bernedoodle be a good watchdog?
    Bernese Mountain Dogs were bred to be herd and guard dogs. Your Bernedoodle may inherit some protective and herding traits from this side of their family. So yes, Bernedoodles can be trained to be good watchdogs.