Who We Are
We Love Each Puppy, Just as You Do!
We live in the beautiful mountains in southwestern Virginia; we have nine children, ranging from 28 to 9. They all live here at home with us. We have 96 acres and have sheep and 6 adult dogs; we enjoyed having each litter of puppies; you get so attached to them. But are glad to see them go to good homes.
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Bernedoodles Make Excelent Pets And Companions
WHAT IS A BERNEDOODLE? Description: The Bernedoodle is a crossbreed of the Bernese Mountain Dog and the Poodle. It continues to be a rare breed, but, like the Goldendoodle, the Bernedoodle is becoming more popular as a family pet as people find out about it. The Bernedoodle is generally known to be good around children; therefore, the Bernedoodle will be a great addition to have around your family. Although each dog will be unique, temperament can also help dictate each dog breeds' general disposition. The Bernedoodle would be a good fit for owners looking for cheerful, intelligent, responsive, and social dogs. Maintenance: Dogs can be a considerable responsibility depending on the frequency of the dog�s grooming and/or shedding needs. Consider how much time you want to spend cleaning up the hair or fur that your dog sheds. Providing the appropriate amount of hair brushing, haircuts, bathing, trimming, and ear care will reduce house cleaning and promote good health. The Bernedoodle requires average shedding and moderate grooming. The Bernedoodle has an average height of 18.75 inches, which is below average compared to other dog breeds. Therefore, the Bernedoodle is ideal for owners who live in smaller homes (e.g., a city apartment). Smaller dogs, like the Bernedoodle, are also more travel-friendly and do not require as much food as bigger dogs. The Bernedoodle has an average lifespan of 10 to 15 years, which is average compared to all other dog breeds. Therefore, the Bernedoodle is ideal for people looking for a shorter-term financial and emotional commitment in a canine companion.
Proper preparation is the difference between a happy, successful integration and a stressful transition.
Training is the foundation for a happy well-mannered dog and a stress-free life.
Train Them To Listen
Nothing is more frustrating or potentially dangerous than a pet who never listens.
Consistency is a major key to all training. House Training is no exception.
A well-groomed dog is a healthy dog. Plus, the house stays cleaner.