Welcome to Massachusetts Bernedoodles!

F1 BernedoodlesUpdated June 18, 2019

Welcome to Massassachusetts Bernedoodles, a home-based, loving breeder out of Massachusetts! I have just updated the Website and pages with new and exciting announcements! However, the best place to find the most up to date information is on my FaceBook page @Massachusettsdoodles or by texting me at (508)266-1720.

img_0804-2As the owner, I take tremendous pride in being a responsible doodle breeder. My doodles and their puppies are home-raised with 24/7 care and cuddled by people from the day they are born. I do not believe that any dog should live their life in a kennel and/or for the sole purpose of breeding. Therefore, I have made the decision to keep my business of breeding much like a doggie daycare where they all get to play together by day in one of my four doggie play arenas and sleep together in bedrooms by night! They are social, loving and house trained doggo’s just like any other!

When you decide to purchase a doodle pup from Massachusetts Bernedoodles, you are embarking on a journey! You get to see your puppy from the day they are born until the day they come home via the live 24/7 puppy cams! If you are looking for a puppy immediately, you won’t find one here as they are reserved well in advance because of the care and attention my team and I put into raising these precious Bernedoodle babies. However, on occassion there are last minute openings!

Jackie & Sargent Pepper

You are very welcome to visit by appointment and to see the environment in which these beautiful dogs and puppies are raised! Currently, I breed Standard, mini and Micro Bernedoodles . In 2021, we will be diversifying to include F1 Saint Berdoodles, a Saint Bernard mom paired with a poodle dad! We will also be introducing F1 Standard and Mini Aussiedoodles, a Australian Shepherd mom paired with a poodle dad! These wait lists are open and accepting deposits now!

Right now, I breed two generations (F1 & F2) of Bernedoodles and 3 sizes (Standard, Mini & Micro). A cross between a Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog, known as “F1” Bernedoodle. The puppies are 50% Bernese Mountain Dog and 50% Poodle. Another type of Bernedoodle is a second generation called an F2 Bernedoodle. This is where two F1 Bernedoodles are paired to produce a litter of F2 puppies, also known as 2nd Generation (It should be called G2!). F2 Bernedoodles are also 50% Bernese and 50% Poodle.

These special combinations create loving, friendly & smart canine companions. They come in many sizes depending on the sizes of the mother and father. Colors can vary widely but generally stay to all black, black & white, Brown & Black, Black/white/brown, sable tri-colored. Every Bernedoodle is one-of-a-kind with the most wonderful, family-friendly temperaments. It is always so exciting to see what each litter will look like!

Mini Bernedoodle at 6 months old

Many people inquire about doodles and if they are hypo-allergenic. Typically, when a person is allergic to any animal, it can be the dander, saliva and/or coat that they are allergic to. As a result, it would be irresponsible to say that Bernedoodles, or any doodles, are 100% hypo-allergenic pets. However, doodles are widely accepted as the best dog for most people who have allergies.

F1 Standard Bernedoodle at 4 months old

I can say with confidence that my F2 Bernedoodle puppies will almost always be non-shedding because the parents are  beautiful, non-shedding, standard sized doodles. F1 Bernedoodle puppy litters may have a few low-shedding puppies since they are 50% poodle and 50% Bernese. Please click here for more information abut non-shedding to low-shedding F1’s.

Opa 1 puppyStandard sized Bernedoodle puppies will take about 2 full years to reach their adult size and will range between 45-85 lbs, depending on the size of the parents. When fully grown and also depending on the parents’ sizes, Mini Bernedoodles range between 30-45 lbs and Micro’s between 20-30lbs.




This video was taken on New Years Eve 2018-2019 and will show you how we do things here at Massachusetts Bernedoodles! Can you say Doodle ROMP! Enjoy!