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Our Doodle Breeds



The Bernedoodle is a cross of a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Standard Poodle. They are strikingly beautiful dogs matched in beauty by their gentle, eager to please disposition. The Bernedoodle is a low to non-shedding, loyal, loving, intelligent companion. If you love the beauty and calm nature of the Bernese, but want the low shedding of the Poodle, the Bernedoodle is for you! These dogs are great for those with less time, ability, or desire to exercise a higher energy breed.  They love the cold but don't handle the heat very well.

F1 - Cross of Poodle & Bernese Mountain Dog. The F1 will have a wavy coat with little to no shedding. Great for people who love the Bernese Mountain Dog, but want to avoid all the hair & shedding!

F1B - Cross of a Bernedoodle back to a Poodle. The F1B will have a curly, wavy coat that is non-shedding. They are a good choice for people with above normal allergies in the family.

Standard size averages 60 lbs and up.


The Sheepadoodle is a cross between an Old English Sheepdog and a Standard Poodle.  Sheepadoodles are very loving, highly intelligent, and make wonderful family dogs.  They require a moderate amount of exercise as the Old English Sheepdog (OES) is a "working dog" and enjoys stimulation.

 Sheepadoodles have a very hypoallergenic coat that can range from soft wavy to soft curly fleece and are an excellent choice for allergy sufferers.  By crossing an OES with a Poodle,  the dog's hypoallergenic factor is increased to almost 100%.  Sheepadoodles require regular coat maintenance and grooming.  Both Sheepadoodles and OES are born black and white and will typically turn to silver and white as their adult coat comes in.  

Like their doodle cousins, Sheepadoodles are eager to please, easy to train, intelligent, and love children.  Sheepadoodles may just be the new best doodle puppy for you! 

F1 - Cross of the Standard Poodle & the Old English Sheepdog. The F1 will have a wavy/curly coat with little to no shedding.

Standard size averages 50 lbs and up.

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