The Standard Bernedoodle, A Complete Guide For Dog Lovers

Bernedoodles are always the best choice for dog-loving peoples due to their beauty and loyal nature. Bernedoodles are not the natural dogs; they come from the crossing of Bernese mountain dog and a poodle. Bernedoodles are known for the perfect family dogs due to their intelligence. Bernedoodles come in different sizes with different colors depending upon the size and color of their parents.

Standard Bernedoodle
Standard Bernedoodle

They can have different sizes like standard, miniature and tiny sizes. When we talk about the standard Bernedoodle size, it can be further divided into different sizes depending upon the generation and parents sizes.

Let’s discuss further about the standard Bernedoodles:

Standard Bernedoodles Generations

Standard Bernedoodles can be divided in to different generations depending upon their parents. Standard Bernedoodle can have three generations.

1. F1 Standard Bernedoodle

F1 is the first generation of standard Bernedoodles which is obtained from the cross-breeding of Bernese mountain dog and the poodle. So we can say that the first generation of standard Bernedoodle is 50% Bernese mountain dog and 50% poodle. Some people bred the first generation of standard Bernedoodle with Bernese mountain dog sire and the standard poodle dam and vice versa. This generation is the pure generation of standard Bernedoodles and has fewer chances of inherited diseases as compared to other generations.

2. F1B Standard Bernedoodle

F1B generation standard Bernedoodles are obtained from the cross-breeding of F1 Bernedoodle and the poodle. So we can say that the F1B standard Bernedoodles are 25% Bernese mountain dog and the 75% poodle. F1B generation has some benefits as compared to the F1 generation. The F1B puppies are less inclined to shed as compared to F1 puppies. But when we crossbreed the poodle gene with another poodle gene, there are more chances of inheriting the health defects. F1B standard Bernedoodles has fewer attributes of Bernese mountain dog.

3. F2 Standard Bernedoodle

F2 generation Bernedoodles are obtaining from the cross-breeding of two F1 generations standard Bernedoodles. We can say they are 50% Bernese mountain dog and 50% poodle but it’s not a pure breed of Bernese and poodle. When we cross-breed the two same genes again, the chances of inherited diseases are increased that’s why the HC Bernedoodles is not recommended the F2 generation of standard Bernedoodles.

Standard Bernedoodles size

Standard bernedoodle size
Standard bernedoodle size

The size of the standard Bernedoodle dog can be vary depending upon different factors. Different breeders have different sizes of their breeding dogs which directly affect the size of standard Bernedoodles. Standard Bernedoodles are obtaining from the cross-breeding of Bernese mountain dog with 50 -150 pounds weight and the poodle with 20 to 80 pounds weight.

Normally, the standard Bernedoodle weighs 45 to 110 pounds and 23 to 29 inches in height. When we talk about the smaller standard Bernedoodles, they can have a weight of 45 to 80 pounds and larger standard Bernedoodles has 80 to 110 pounds weight.

It’s not easy to judge the weight and height of any puppy during an early age but we can observe the previous Bernedoodles from the same pair to estimate the weight and height of the puppies. But nobody can give you a guarantee about the size of the puppies.

Standard Bernedoodle Coat

When we talk about the coat color standard Bernedoodles comes in different colors depending upon their parent’s color. They can have a single color, bi-color or tri-colors. A single color Bernedoodle can have a black, blue, silver, sable, and possibly many more colors. Sometimes these solid colors Bernedoodle have white foot and white snip on their nose which is disappear when they enter their mature age. A bi-color Bernedoodle can have two different colors like black and white, sable and white, silver and white, black and tan and many other combinations. A tri-color Bernedoodle has three different colors like black, white and tan, sable, white and tan and many other combinations. It’s difficult to judge the actual color of the Bernedoodle during their early age because the puppies normally change their look in different periods of their lifespan.

When we talk about the coat style, it can also be different depending upon their parents. The most common coat found in standard Bernedoodle is a wavy coat, which is a minimal shedding coat as compared to other types. Standard Bernedoodle can also have a curly coat, which is minimal to a non-shedding coat. Some people prefer the curly coat for allergy suffers as the curly coat has less shed as compared to wavy coat.

Standard Bernedoodle Temperament

As we know the Standard Bernedoodle is obtaining from the two different breeds, so it gets the different traits from their parents. Normally, the poodle is intelligent as compared to Bernese mountain dog so the standard Bernedoodle gets the intelligence feature from the poodle. The Bernese mountain dog is loyal and loving so the loyal nature of standard Bernedoodle comes from the Bernese mountain dog. Moreover, we know the Bernese mountain dog is less socialize and doesn’t like strangers, so maybe your Bernedoodle is also less socialized. Try to train your standard Bernedoodle from an early age to make it more socialize so you can easily take your Bernedoodle on trips. Make sure you don’t leave your Bernedoodle alone for a long time. This is not a natural breed and needs special attention of the humans.

Standard Bernedoodle Training

You can train your Standard Bernedoodle puppy for different tasks to well adjust the Bernedoodle in your family. Sometimes the Bernedoodles don’t follow the instructions like the Bernese mountain dog, try to be consistent and patience while training your Bernedoodle. You need to train your Bernedoodle for potty training at an early age. Whatever training you need, just try to start it during the early age of Bernedoodle. Sometimes the dogs awake early in the morning and bark loudly to get food, try to train your Bernedoodle to wait for a perfect time of feeding. If Bernedoodle learns all these things at an early age, it will be easy for him to adjust to any family.

Standard Bernedoodle Diet

Different sizes of the Bernedoodles have different diet plans depending upon their physical strength. The standard Bernedoodle approximately need four to five cup of dog food daily to maintain their daily food needs. Standard Bernedoodle needs proper nutrition for their healthy and active growth. The Standard Bernedoodles have almost the same size as Bernese mountain dog so they need the same diet as the Bernese mountain dog need. Rice, boiled potatoes, pumpkin, and yogurt are the perfect food for the protein source. You can also use the other food sources like boiled chicken, baby food and turkey to change the flavor.

Standard Bernedoodle Exercising

Exercising is very important for any dog to stay strong and healthy. Exercising timing is somehow depends upon the size of the Bernedoodle. When we talk about the standard Bernedoodle, they need one hour exercise daily to maintain their physical strength.

Whenever you buy a Bernedoodle from any breeder, he gives you the special instructions on the Bernedoodle exercise. But the Bernedoodles are also like the humans and tired of by the over-exercising so make sure the proper timing of your Bernedoodle exercise. Moreover, you can also observe your standard Bernedoodle, Your Bernedoodle will show some signs when he tired of exercising.

Signs of over exercising

1. Sore muscles

Sometimes the Bernedoodle muscles are sore due to over exercising and physical activities. The Bernedoodle can’t get easily due to sore muscles.

2. Paw pad injuries

The paw pads of the Bernedoodle may appear red and thinner due to over exercising. Especially in hot summer, try to minimize the exercising time. The hot flour is very bad for the Bernedoodle paw pads.

3. Injured joints

During the exercising the Bernedoodle put their 60% weight on the front part due to which they get the toes, wrist, and elbows injuries. Try to observe if the Bernedoodle has some pain in these joints.

4. Disinterest in exercise

Normally the Bernedoodle like to exercising, specially walking outside. They like to go for small walking trips daily. But after some time may your dog show some disinterest in the walking and just follow your instructions without interest, this is the time when you need to stop the exercising.

Standard Bernedoodle Health issues

Standard Bernedoodles are hybrid breeds and have less chances of congenital disease. The hybrid breeds have fewer chances of genetic diseases as compared to pure breeds due to their large pool of genes. But in some cases, the Bernedoodle can have some serious health issues. The main health issues that a Bernedoodle can get are hip and elbow dysplasia, some skin and eye problems, Von Willebrand’s Disease and Degenerative Myelopathy.

F.A.Qs:

How much a standard Bernedoodle cost?

The cost of the different sizes of Bernedoodle can be different. Moreover, the more demanding colors and coats have a higher cost as compared to less demanding colors. The main factors that will play a role in the Bernedoodle cost are color, size, coat, generation type, breeder reputation, and the geographical location. The standard Bernedoodle cost can vary from $2500 to $5000 depending upon all these factors. The average cost of a standard Bernedoodle is around $4000. Some breeders are also providing some initial training which generally increases the price of standard Bernedoodles.

How big a standard Bernedoodle can get?

The size of the Bernedoodle depends upon the size of the Bernese mountain dog and the poodle. The Bernese mountain dog normally ranges from 80 to 110 pounds weight and the poodle has 10 to 70 pounds weight. The breeders use different sizes of poodles to get different sizes of Bernedoodles. A standard Bernedoodle can get a maximum weight range of 70 to 90 pounds with 23 to 29 inches height depending upon the size of a poodle.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Scroll to Top