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Bernedoodles are a great companion dog. They have the intelligence of the Poodle breed and the charming, happy-go-lucky characteristics of the Bernese Mountain Dog. Bernedoodles enjoy spending their time playing and cuddling with their human family members, including children.
The large and lovable cross of a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle, the Bernedoodle is what many would call the perfect canine companion. As a hybrid dog, Bernedoodle can be large or small and show a range of different colors and markings.
Though no Bernedoodle puppies are exactly alike, you can count on them to combine the best characteristics of their parent breeds in beautiful and unique ways. Like the Poodle, these hybrid pups are intelligent, athletic and incredibly loyal.

 

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Brief History

As a hybrid dog, the Bernedoodle’s history begins with the Bernese Mountain Dog and the Standard Poodle, both of which originated in Europe and were widely popular. Like the Labradoodle and the Goldendoodle, the Bernedoodle is a newcomer to the wide world of dogs, first developed in the early 2000s.

Variations on the Bernedoodle have since emerged including the F1B, F2 and F2B Bernedoodle, who are born in a wide variety of shapes, sizes, and colors. However, these same variations also exclude the Bernedoodle breed from official “breed” recognition by breed associations like the AKC, the UKC, and the CKC.

Regardless of breed status, Bernedoodle are regularly trained as therapy and guide dogs to assist the disabled and visually impaired. The Bernedoodle may have a short history, but they have filled those years with loyal companionship and millions of hours of service that has bettered the lives of human beings.