A Bernedoodle is a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle. They can range in size and weight depending which size Poodle is used for breeding.
They come in a variety of colours. Coat can be wavy, fleecy or curly and come in a variety of colors such as Black, Black and White, Sable and Black and Tan. Occasionally these above variations can be Cream or Chocolate based. Coat types will vary however all our puppies (including first generation) have the traditional doodle type coat (furnished)!
Bernedoodes are very intelligent dogs and are easily trained. They are very family oriented and make an excellent family pet as they prove to be very tolerant with small children, and get along well with other pets. They have a calm and stable nature, and many can even be considered lazy as adults. Bernedoodle puppies, like all puppies, can have a fair amount of energy, but generally become very calm by the time they reach adulthood.
The average lifespan for a Bernedoodle is approximately 12-15 years.
Sheepadoodles are a cross between an Old English Sheepdog and a Poodle. Sheepadoodle tend to be very loving, loyal, and smart dogs. Sheepadoodles are becoming a well loved type of dog because of their wonderful temperaments and their teddy bear look.
Because neither the Old English Sheepdogs or Poodles shed, Sheepadoodles carry that same trait. Although no dog is considered 100% hypo- allergenic, Sheepadoodles are considered very allergy friendly and should not pose allergy problems. The coat types range from loose wave to curly.
Sheepadoodles are fluffy, bouncy, balls of love and joy and their joie de vivre truly makes these dogs stand out. Sheepadoodles are happiest on your lap, regardless of their size.
Sheepadoodles make excellent watch dogs and tend to be a very confident and stable dog. Sheepadoodles should not be "nervy" nor overly cautious. They tend to approach any situation with boisterous confidence.
These dogs are not suitable for apartment dwellers, they require a moderate amount of exercise and can have an independent streak about them, early (safe) off leash and recall training is recommended.
An Aussiedoodle is a cross between an Australian Shepherd and a Poodle.
Their variety of colors and their soft, silky coats make them quite beautiful and unique. Coats tend to be long and wavy/fleecy, although the late generations may be wooly. They come in a variety of colours, with the most notable being traditional tri and merle tri colour
Aussiedoodles are very easily trained, and thrive in environments where they are challenged. The intelligence of an Aussiedoodle should not be underestimated/undervalued. They do best in homes where they will have the opportunity to exercise their intelligence in appropriate ways. Those who loves dog training and dog sports would really appreciate the responsiveness, intelligence, loyalty and keen instincts the Aussiedoodle possesses. Many would also make excellent service dog prospects with the right training.
They have a playful and sweet nature, however they do require lots of socialization as they can be unsure of new people. Aussiedoodles have moderate-high energy outdoors, but are also content laying indoors at their owners feet. Aussiedoodles are very sensitive dogs, as such, positive experiences and training in their early lives is crucial to a well balanced, confident adult.
The average lifespan for an Aussiedoodle is approximately 12 – 15 years.