Breed Info

Please review information below about our puppies! If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us!

F1B Australian Bernedoodles

Australian Bernedoodle is cross between an F1 Bernedoodle (Bernese Mountain x Poodle) and a Multi-generational Australian Labradoodle.

This fabulous pairing will produce a soft fleece coat with a more stout bone structure and boxy head. The Australian Labradoodle is used for their outstanding intelligence, train-ability, social, curious, amusing, and clever character and to help set low to non-shedding coats, a stockier body, and produce more consistent sizes. Our Australian Bernedoodles will come in a variety of colors including Tricolor, Bi-color, solid colors and Phantoms.

Children friendly

They are happiest when they're spending time with their families, children included, and are willing participants in playtime and cuddle fests alike.

Newer Breed

Sometimes they have more Poodle traits, and other times they closely resemble the Bernese. Tend to be more hyperallergenic!

Variety of Appearances

Their coats can be curly and wavy or straight and come in a variety of colors. They come in three sizes: tiny, miniature, and standard.

Very Adaptable

Smaller sized Bernedoodles make better apartment pets than Standard size, who do best with a yard to burn off energy

F1 Labradoodles

The Labradoodle results from Poodle to Labrador Retriever breedings. There has been some increase in multigenerational breeding (Labradoodle to Labradoodle), and also Labradoodle to Poodle or Labradoodle to Labrador Retriever breeding.

Although the Labradoodle is not a recognized breed, the International Australian Labradoodle Association, along with the Australian Labradoodle Association and the Australian Labradoodle Association of America, are taking steps to create a breed standard and unite breeders.

Children Friendly

Labradoodles are playful and very loving with children, but they can be overly exuberant and may knock down younger children unintentionally.

Variety of Appearances

Three different coat types; typically you can expect them to be a non- to average shedder. Usually the Labradoodle doesn't shed excessively.

Some Maintenance

A Labradoodle needs one or two brushings per week, as well as regular grooming that includes ear cleaning and nail clipping.

Can Be High Energy

Labradoodles require about 30 to 60 minutes of exercise per day. Apartments not the ideal setting for this energetic dog.

F1 Aussiedoodles

Aussiedoodles are mixed breed dogs. They are not purebreds like their Australian Shepherd or Poodle parents.

Many Aussiedoodle owners claim that they are hypoallergenic dogs and may be better for allergy sufferers, though no dog is completely hypoallergenic.
Aussiedoodles are smart dogs and require mental stimulation. If they become bored, they may act out in destructive ways.

Great Outdoor Companion

Can be described as goofy and loving. Ensure your Aussiedoodle is occupied with long hikes, walks, beach days, or retrieval games.

Variety of Appearances

Coats come in a variety of colors like blue merle, red merle, black & red tri, black & tan (AKA "phantom"), parti, sable, or even a solid color.

Hair Variety

Some have wavier coats, while others have tighter curls like their Poodle parents. Aussiedoodles with shorter hair may be better for allergy sufferers.

Incredibly Smart

The Australian Shepherd is a herding dog, so they may try to round you, kids, and other things up! They are super fun but need stimulation.