Bernedoodles are a wonderful combination of the fun and playful poodle and the laid back, lazy and loyal Berner, which is why they have become one of the most desirable doodles in the last few years. More and more bernedoodles are being seen in public and their attractiveness combined with their wonderful temperament is really drawing more and more people to this wonderful cross-breed!

Although we ourselves passionately love the Bernese breed, we understand that not everyone is able to have them. Whether it might be a dog allergy, the excessive shedding or their massive size, not everyone can handle the 100+ pounds of love and hair that go along with owning a Berner! For more information on this breed specifically, please reference our Bernese Mountain Dog tab. In a nutshell, Berners are happiest anywhere they are with their people, regardless of what they might be doing! They're truly a easy-going breed that are not hard to love, and now everyone has the opportunity to enjoy life with a Berner in one way or another!

Their counterpart, the poodle, is INCREDIBLY intelligent. Originally bred as hunting dogs, they have a very keen sense of smell and are easily trained. They are clever and very goofy animals that add excitement and a healthy level of spunk to our life! Outside, we’ve noticed they can be slightly aloof and found off on their own, exploring. However, inside they are lovable snugglers and happy to lay around, waiting for the next opportunity to get outside and dirty!!


What size is right for you??


Bernedoodles come in all sizes and colors. We are excited about the opportunity to offer a variety of sizes in our F1 puppies and, as of Spring 2021, F1B puppies.

We can now offer a variety of sizes based on different pairings within our program. Since we are so small, be sure to watch for these specific wait lists and let us know who you are interested in a puppy from during your phone interview. 


Full Size Standard Bernedoodles (65-90+ pounds): Willow/Duke (F1), Nola/Lambeau (F1),

Medium Bernedoodles (35-65 pounds): Ellie/George (F1B)

Small F1B Bernedoodles (aka Mini- 35-55 pounds): Harper/Eagle (F1B)

*Piper/Chip will potentially have their first mini F1B litter born LATE 2021. Anticipated sizes 30-45 pounds)


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Traditional Tricolor Bernedoodles resemble the purebred BMD in their coloring and markings. They have the traditional black base coat with white on their face, paws and tip of their tail. They all have the traditional white cross on their chest and brown points on their face and legs. Typically traditional tricolor puppies will fade a little less than your sable puppies, remaining dark in their adult life or sometimes lighten to more of a silver for their base coat.

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Our traditional tricolor puppies will come from our standard poodle stud, Lambeau. We are really excited about Lambeau and Nola's puppies.

Scroll down to see examples of past traditional tricolor bernedoodle puppies


Phantom bernedoodles are very similar to traditional tricolor but do not express a white blaze on their face. A phantom abstract puppy will still be able to express white on their paws/tail/chest! Typically phantom puppies will mature similarly to traditional tricolors, retaining their dark coats or sometimes will lighten to more of a silver for their base coat. 

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Our phantom/phantom abstract bernedoodles will come from any outside stud service. Nola/Roscoe and Harper/Eagle had some GORGEOUS phantom abstract puppies.

Scroll down to see examples of past phantom (abstract) bernedoodle puppies 



Sable tricolor (also referred to as sable and white) bernedoodles are a unique twist to your traditional tricolor puppies. Sable puppies start out with a very dark brown where the black pigment is on traditional tricolor. They still have similar lighter brown markings on their face and legs and express white on their face, paws, tail and chest. These puppies will lighten dramatically as they age as the dark brown pigment grows out and is cut off with consecutive grooming. Typically your lighter, straighter pups will end up varying shades of creams/whites whereas your darker, more wavy pups will mature to a light brown, almost gray and very curly coat. Depending on how and when they are groomed, the transformation can be quite dramatic! I read once that going to the groomer was like getting to bring a new puppy home each time they went!! I am really excited about the addition of Magnolia into our breeding program, because she also produces the most gorgeous DARK sables that are from her brindle coloring. The darker sables tend to hold their color longer than light sables.     

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Our sable tricolor bernedoodles come from Willow and Duke and new in 2021, from Magnolia and Duke/Leo. For countless pictures and videos from Willow and Duke's litters, please visit our Facebook page!

Scroll down to see examples of past traditional tricolor bernedoodle puppies

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We are THRILLED to announce the addition of MERLE into our program in 2021! Merle coloring (specifically Blue Merle from Lambeau) gives bernedoodles an additional POP of color, with patters that are rare and show stopping! The marble look created by the merle gene takes the traditional tricolor beauty one step farther! Due to the genetics of Merle, there is a 50% chance  puppies born from a merle dog will be born merle, which is why they are harder to produce. 

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Our merle puppies will come from our standard poodle stud, Lambeau. We are really excited about Lambeau and Nola's puppies expected sometime early-mid 2021.

You can search for merle bernedoodles online and see many color varieties. We haven't had our own yet, but will be sure to update this after Nola and Lambeau's first litter.