Specializing in raising F1 and F1B Bernedoodles in moyen (medium), mini, and petite sizes. We also have an occasional litter of purebred tri and merle colored moyen-size Poodles. *We no longer raise Aussiedoodles or Goldendoodles.

We currently raise F1 and F1B Mini and Moyen size Bernedoodles. Scroll down to read about these amazing breed that we have fallen in love with.

We love Bernedoodles!

Lifespan:  (Standard size) 12-15 years
*Mini Bernedoodles are likely to have a longer lifespan.

Best Suited For: Families with children, active singles and seniors, houses with yards

Temperament: Friendly, gentle, smart, affectionate

Bernedoodle Basics

If you are looking for a fluffy dog that will be your companion for life, look no further than the Bernedoodle. Also known as the Bernese Mountain Poo, this breed is a combination of the Bernese Mountain Dog and the Poodle. While the name may sound a little funny, these dogs make wonderful pets and they are especially great with children.


Hybrid dogs have been in existence for many years, so the first crossing of a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle may have occurred long ago. The breeder who claims to have been the first to intentionally breed Bernedoodles, however, is Sherry Rupke of SwissRidge Kennels. Rupke bred her first litter of two Bernedoodles in 2003 and has since developed a breeding program around this hybrid breed.


The F1 (first generation) Bernedoodle is a 50/50 mix of a purebred Bernese Mountain Doodle and a purebred Poodle. It is possible to have a Bernedoodle with more or less than 50 percent of each parent breed in its heritage if a first-generation Bernedoodle is mated with either a Poodle or a Bernese Mountain Dog. An F1B Bernedoodle is 75% Poodle and 25% Bernese Mountain Dog. These are recommended for those who wan a Bernedoode with minimal shedding and are also better for those with more severe allergies to dander.

Bernedoodles are playful and affectionate – they do well with children and they love to spend time with their families!

 The information above comes to you from: http://www.petguide.com/breeds/dog/bernedoodle/