If you are interested in getting on the reservation list for a future litter, just click the link and send us an email with your answers to the required questions and we'll let you know if you're a good fit for one of our puppies.
What is a Bernedoodle?
A Bernedoodle is a cross between a Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog. The Bernedoodle is known for its hypoallergenic properties (low-shedding). They are an intelligent, loyal and gentle breed. At Missouri Bernedoodles we cross our standard size Poodle (Cooper) to one of our Bernese Mountain Dogs (Maggie or Izzy) to get a darling combination known as an F1 Standard Bernedoodle. They are playful, energetic, and affectionate, making them an excellent choice for families with or without children.
This is one of our grown tri-color puppies. He went to California to live with his amazing family. If you would like to read what people say about their puppies or see more grown pictures, please take a look at the "Past Puppies Page".
10 day s old
20 days old
One of our puppy's life over 16 weeks...
At 4 months
If you are interested in getting on the reservation list for the Spring litters, please send us an email answering these questions.
Where do you live? (City & State)
What is your yard like?
Do you have plenty of space for a large breed dog?
Will your dog be an inside pet or outside?
Are you planning on breeding (eventually) or will always be a companion only?
How much time, during the day, will you (or your family) have for a new puppy?
Do you have any other pets? (other pets are great, we love our puppies to have friends)
Each puppy comes home with:
A bag like the one pictured to the right
All of their puppy shots up to 8 weeks
Dewormed on a regular schedule
Dew claws removed
1-year genetic health guarantee
Vet certified health certificate (if you are flying)
A folder with valuable tips and info
A blanket with mom and siblings' scent
A starter bag of food
Nylabone puppy starter chews
Puppy shot and worming record keeper
A dog leash
I start potty training your puppy around 4 weeks by offering a doggy door during the day so they can run outside into a fenced-in area and go potty. We have done this with every litter and right away the puppies choose to potty outside instead of where they sleep and play. I've had several people tell me that they installed a doggy door and their puppy didn't have any accidents at all and was completely trained to the door when they brought them home. I make no guarantees on your puppy being potty trained by 8 weeks when you take them home but I do guarantee that they had a great start of pottying in the grass for 4 weeks prior to going home.