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Hello and thank you for your interest in our Beloved Bernedoodles! We are a small, family-run breeding program and not a kennel. We specialize in min Bernedoodles, medium Bernedoodles, and standard Bernedoodles in Southern California. We have the highest health standards possible, which takes time, and we want to give our dogs and puppies the attention they deserve. This includes full genetic and OFA testing of our sires and dams, ENS (early neurological stimulation) for our puppies, and many Puppy Culture protocols. Our puppies go home with their first round of vaccinations and deworming, as well as a two-year health guarantee.
How to Reserve a Puppy:
If you are seriously interested in one of our puppies, the first step is to submit a Puppy Application as we estimate very conservatively and may have more puppies than planned.
We send out monthly updates via our e-newsletter as well, and we sometimes share about available puppies from a few other breeders we know who share our same values and health standards. Check out our Puppy Concierge page here: https://belovedbernedoodles.com/puppy-concierge/
We ask everyone to please thoroughly explore our website, including our FAQs page, in order to have a good understanding of who we are, our breeding philosophy, pricing, and policies. We also want everyone to understand the commitment, grooming, and training our Bernedoodles need.
Upcoming Litters for 2022:
Here is our plan for the remainder of this year:
- Emma (standard poodle) x Max (Bernedoodle) due late October.
- Bella (F1b bernedoodle) x Charlie (Bernedoodle) due early November.
- Kiara (F1b bernedoodle) x Murphy, Max, or Charlie (undecided) due late November.
- Ruby (standard poodle) x Murphy, Max, or Charlie (undecided) due February 2023.
*Puppies go to their forever homes eight weeks later.
Please check out our “Meet the Parents” page for more information on our sires and dams.
Also, please note that a plentiful litter size would enable people on the waiting list to get their puppy sooner than expected. A litter with fewer puppies than expected could increase the wait time. Even if our wait list is full, it’s always a good idea to submit a puppy application because you never know if someone has to pass for various reasons, and then you might be the next person we call!