BERNEDOODLES OF THE ROCKIES
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The Bernedoodle hybrid is produced by breeding a purebred Bernese Mountain Dog to a purebred Poodle. In our breeding program, we produce F1 puppies, which means that a purebred Bernese Mountain Dog is bred to a purebred Poodle. F1 puppies are less likely to have the inherit health issues of the purebred dog. To breed an F1 to an F1, produces an F2 or, a 2nd generation of hybrid puppies. In the F2 breeding, the chances of producing more inherited health issues goes up in risk, although, more traditional colors are produced by breeding F2 puppies. Our goal in this breeding program is not to establish a purebred dog, but rather to produce puppies with less health issues and hopefully to have a longer life span while enjoying the benefits of both breeds. Traditional (black) tricolor is very rare in F1 breeding’s. The litters we are producing are 95% tricolor Sables. 5% of the puppies produced are Black bi color, which means they are Black with white markings, with no tan color present. We do not plan on breeding F2 puppies to produce more of the traditional colors. Our goal is not to produce a specific color but rather for health and longevity of the dog.
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Like most hybrid or ‘designer’ dogs, Bernedoodles do not have consistent traits when breeding one purebred dog (Poodle) to another purebred dog (Bernese Mountain Dog). While many Bernedoodles display desired traits, their appearance and behavioral characteristics remain unpredictable. Bernedoodles’ hair can be anywhere from wiry to soft, and may be wavy or curly. Many Bernedoodles do shed, although the coat usually sheds less than that of a Bernese Mountain Dog. Their coat color’s are predominately black with white spots, with some that carry the markings similar to that of the Bernese Mountain Dog. Like Poodles, Bernedoodles may be energetic, intelligent and trainable; and like Bernese Mountain Dogs they may be patient, good with children and other pets and fond of cold weather.
The advantage of crossing Bernedoodles with other Bernedoodles is that people will know what they are getting as far as personality, color and size.The disadvantage of breeding generation after generation is that you are now doubling up on genetic health traits and getting away from the hybrid that makes a crossbreed so special in the first place! This is a mixed breed dog and therefore cannot be registered with the American or Canadian kennel clubs.