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Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much do your puppies cost?
    Regardless of gender, color, or size, all of our puppies are priced at $3,000. That price includes: *One-year genetic health guarantee *Genetic health-tested parents *Veterinary health check *Microchipped (registration information included) *Up-to-date on deworming and vaccinations *Lots of love and socialization *Starter bag of food *Blanket with mom and littermate's scent *One free month of Trupanion Pet Insurance *Lifetime breeder support
  • How do I get added to the waiting list?
    To get on our waiting list for a current or upcoming litter, the first step is to fill out a puppy application. When we receive your application, we will give you a call to discuss your application and answer any questions you may have. Once your application is approved, a $300 non-refundable deposit holds your place on the waiting list. Spots on the waiting list are reserved in the order that deposits are received.
  • Where are you located?
    We are located in Black River Falls, WI. However, we do have a few transportation options available. Please reach out to us if you would like to know more about the transportation options we offer.
  • What is a Bernedoodle?
    A Bernedoodle is a combination of a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle. Bernedoodles are known to be highly intelligent, loving dogs. They are considered to be excellent family dogs due to their easy-going and even-tempered nature. We often receive messages from our puppy families talking about how much they adore their Bernedoodle puppy.
  • What size Bernedoodles do you raise?
    We raise standard and mini Bernedoodles. Our standard Bernedoodles are expected to mature in the 60-70lbs. range and our minis are expected to mature in the 30lbs. range. Please be aware that while we can estimate what size the puppies will grow to based on the size of the parents, we cannot guarantee that your puppy won't exceed the estimated weight.
  • Can I own a Bernedoodle if I have allergies?
    Yes, there is a very good chance that you can have a Bernedoodle since they are part Poodle and a low-shedding breed. Additionally, all of our puppies are F1b Bernedoodles, which means one parent is a Bernedoodle and one is a Poodle, creating a higher percentage of Poodle. Of course, we can't promise that a Bernedoodle will work for every family with allergies, but we have had a very high success rate in the past.
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