We are very excited to introduce “Cooper” (name can be changed)- an incredible tri-color Bernedoodle pup born June 1, 2019 between Shiloh & Ruth. This is perhaps the best bernedoodle litter produced in the US. What makes this litter so unique are a couple of things. First, both have generations of health clearances. Ruth has her hip, heart, von Willdeband, Degenerative Myelopathy & Osteochondrodysplasia clearnaces. She’s imported in Europe with generations of show and health champions. We wanted to buy Bernese that had the greatest genetic diversity and comes from generations of long-living lines. We combined that with a very healthy and beautiful phantom stud poodle…Shiloh. Shiloh has 10 health clearances which is double from what’s recommended. Both Shiloh and Ruth score in the top 10% with their health clearances. Both parents are absolutely beautiful, sweet and loving. This is also a small standard Bernedoodle litter. Ruth is around 79 lbs. Shiloh is a very small standard poodle and weighs only 47 lbs. That means the boys will probably only get around 55-75 lbs and the girls will be 45-55 lbs which is small. We have had a Ruth & Shiloh litter last year and you can see pictures and go home videos of this previous combination HERE.
Cooper’s personality is slightly outgoing, very confident and just slightly dependent. He has a very balanced personality. He’s not very outgoing or very laid back. He’s not lazy and has energy but he’s definitely not hyper or high energy. He loves people but is just slightly dependent. He’s not needy or clingy. He can handle being alone more than most Bernedoodles and is very content and can be self-entertained. He is very confident which is very desirable. Many Bernedoodles have a lot of fear issues and can have issues with submissive urination. He has not had these issues at all. He’s an absolutely stunning tri-color Bernedoodle boy. He has one of the most curly coats in is litter which means he will be more poodle-like and shed less and be more hypo-allergenic. He’s not from a big litter. Our best guess is that he will get around 55-70 lbs full grown which is smaller that a male Golden Retriever. He comes with a very realistic and long 4-year health warranty.
He is able to go home after:
- Doggy Doctorate (training till 6 Months of age) – December 1, 2019 OR
- Doggy Double Doctorate 7 (training till 7 Months of age) – January 1, 2020 OR
- Doggy Double Doctorate 8 (training till 8 Months of age) – February 1, 2020
Please watch below what makes our Bernese and Bernedoodles so unique!
Our puppies receive full training in our Training programs
Doggy Doctorate- training till Dec. 1, 2019 (600 hours of training): $14,900
Doggy Double Doctorate 7- training till Jan. 1, 2020 (725 hours of training): $17,900
Doggy Double Doctorate 8- training till Feb. 1, 2020 (850 hours of training): $20,900
All Pictures Below are of Cooper