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our breeds

We are excited to announce that we now have Mini Bernese in our program. Click here to learn more! 


         our Different Crossings

You'll find through out our Doodle program that we not only use Bernese & Poodle but we Also use Mini Bernese & Poodle(Berne*doodle) as well as "Teddy Bear" Bernedoodle which is what we call a Bernedoodle x Australian Labradoodle. 


F1 Bernedoodle Vs F1B Bernedoodle

An F1 Bernedoodle is a first-generation cross between a standard Poodle and a Bernese. (50% Poodle and 50% Bernese or a poodle & a shedding breed IE Mini Bernese)

Even though this generation can  shed, it is usually low to non-shed.


F1B Bernedoodles are a first-generation Bernedoodle bred back to a poodle (meaning they are "75%" poodle and "25%" Bernese)


This is the generation for those who suffer from allergies as their coat tends to be a bit wavier & more of a lighter sized Bernedoodle.

We never call our Doodles "Hypoallergenic" because people can be allergic to a number of different factors about the dog besides dander -i.e. Saliva 

Standard vs Medium Bernedoodle sizes

8-month Standard vs. 8-month Medium Bernedoodle

We are happy to help allergy sufferers with an appropriate puppy match.


Our standards averagely weigh 65+ lbs and 24+ inches in height.


Our mediums weigh averagely 40-65 lbs and 18-23 inches in height.

Our Minis can weigh averagely 15- 35 lbs and be 12-17 inches depending on generation.

The biggest differences in our sizes is truly going to be height for the most part as families can easily over feed or feed puppy food longer then we recommend and over grow a weight size that way. 

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Our Bernese mountain dog program is focused on providing the highest quality Bernese Mountain Dogs with a focus on life longevity, health, and a sweet mellow confident disposition. 


We directly import most of our dogs from all over Europe in hopes to continue the traditional rustic and boxy structure. Our Bernese are pampered members of our family and guardian home families.


We only have a couple litters a year of AKC Bernese Mountain dogs.

A couple things about our program that set us a bit different when we are breeding for our Bernese is that none of our Bernese are over 100lbs and we do this with intention. Breeding for a smaller sized Bernese absolutely lengthens their lifespan by years.

You will also see in our program we consistently have Blue eyed Bernese pop up here and there, WE LOVE BLUE EYED BERNESE. Blue eyes is a recessive gene that can pop up in certain lines and has no health issues associated with it. 

 you can follow our pure bred Bernese Mountain dogs on both 


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Bernedoodle,Bernese, & Mini Bernese 

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