Mini Bernedoodles For Sale

The Mini Bernedoodle is a crossbreed dog that is a mix between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Miniature Poodle.

Breed Info

Mini Bernedoodles are a charming cross between Bernese Mountain Dogs and Miniature Poodles, weighing 25-49 pounds. They are affectionate, intelligent, and playful, inheriting the best traits from both breeds.

These medium-sized dogs typically have a hypoallergenic coat that varies from silky to curly and often display the Bernese's tri-color pattern. They thrive in various living situations with proper exercise and mental stimulation. Known for their good temperament and trainability, they're great with children and other pets.
25 - 49 pounds
18 - 22 inches
12 - 17 years

Frequently Questions

Mini Bernedoodles, a cross between a Miniature Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog, are often marketed as hypoallergenic due to the Poodle's reputation for being more compatible with allergic individuals. However, it's important to understand that no dog breed is completely hypoallergenic. While the Poodle's curly coat does produce less dander and fewer allergens compared to many other breeds, the Bernese Mountain Dog does not share this characteristic.

The lifespan of a Mini Bernedoodle, which is a cross between a Miniature Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog, typically ranges from around 12 to 17 years. This range can vary depending on various factors such as genetics, overall health, diet, and the level of care the dog receives.

Mini Bernedoodles are generally excellent family pets, known for their gentle, patient nature and playful energy, making them great companions for children and other animals. They often inherit the friendly characteristics of both Miniature Poodles and Bernese Mountain Dogs, leading to a sociable demeanor that usually meshes well in multi-pet households. <br></br> However, individual personalities can vary, so early socialization and training, coupled with supervised interactions, especially with young children, are vital to nurture their innate affability and ensure a harmonious family environment. With the right care and environment, Mini Bernedoodles can be loving and joyful additions to any home.

Mini Bernedoodles are active and energetic dogs that require regular exercise to maintain their health and happiness. Generally, they need about 30 to 60 minutes of exercise per day. This can include walks, playtime, and other activities like fetch or agility training. They often inherit the Bernese Mountain Dog's love for the outdoors and the Poodle's intelligence and eagerness to engage in mentally stimulating activities.

Mini Bernedoodles require consistent grooming to maintain their coat's health, with the frequency depending on their coat type. Curly or wavy coats typically need daily brushing and professional grooming every 6 to 8 weeks, while straighter coats might require brushing a few times a week and professional grooming every 8 to 12 weeks. Regardless of coat type, regular bathing, monthly nail trimming, routine ear cleaning, and several times a week teeth brushing are also essential. Proper grooming not only keeps your Mini Bernedoodle looking great but also ensures their overall well-being, and it's a wonderful opportunity for bonding. If in doubt, consulting a professional groomer or veterinarian can provide tailored advice for your pet's needs.

The cost of a Mini Bernedoodle can vary widely based on factors like breeder reputation, geographical location, the dog's lineage, and unique characteristics. On average, you might expect to pay anywhere from $2,500 to $5,000 for a Mini Bernedoodle from a reputable breeder. Some may even charge more for puppies with rare colors or markings.

Mini Bernedoodles are typically considered easy to train due to their intelligence and eager-to-please temperament, traits inherited from their Poodle and Bernese Mountain Dog lineage. They are quick learners who respond well to positive reinforcement like treats and praise, and they thrive on the consistent, patient training that reinforces their desire to please their owners. Starting training and socialization early is key to shaping a well-behaved and sociable dog.

Mini Bernedoodles can inherit various health issues from their Miniature Poodle and Bernese Mountain Dog parents, including hip and elbow dysplasia, which affect the joints, as well as eye problems like progressive retinal atrophy and cataracts. They might also be prone to skin issues, von Willebrand's Disease, a blood-clotting disorder, and Addison's Disease, a hormonal imbalance. While hybrid vigor can sometimes reduce health problems, it's vital to choose a Mini Bernedoodle from a reputable breeder who conducts thorough health screenings. Regular veterinary care, a nutritious diet, and proper exercise can also help maintain their health and well-being.

The suitable crate size for a Mini Bernedoodle generally ranges between 30 to 36 inches in length, accommodating their average size as they grow. It's important to choose a crate that allows enough room for the dog to stand up, turn around, and lie down comfortably without being too cramped or too spacious. The exact size can vary based on the individual dog's size and weight, so it's best to measure your Mini Bernedoodle and consider its predicted full-grown size when selecting a crate. Adjustable crates with dividers are a good option as they can grow with your puppy and ensure it's always the appropriate size.

Mini Bernedoodles can be good apartment dogs provided they receive adequate exercise and mental stimulation. Their smaller size compared to the standard Bernedoodle makes them more suitable for smaller living spaces. However, as active and intelligent dogs, they require daily exercise such as walks, playtime, and training sessions to keep them happy and healthy. They are generally adaptable and can thrive in an apartment setting as long as their physical and mental needs are met. It's also important to provide them with a quiet space of their own, like a comfortable crate or bed. own, like a comfortable crate or bed.

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