What Do Bernedoodles Look Like?

Bernedoodles come in ALL different colors and sizes depending on the parents! One reason I love them so much is because they’re all unique. Here are some of the many looks and all non-shedding too!

Generally speaking, if you like:

A. The traditional Tri-colored look (mostly Black with white and brown markings) or black with white berner markings, then you’d want to reserve a spot on an F1 litter. F1’s are consistent in color with slight variations in white/brown markings. F1 means first generation which is a BMD and a poodle paired. The F1 Mini’s also include blue Merle bernedoodles!

B. A chocolate Tri-Colored, Sable Tri-Colored (mostly brown coat with white and black markings), half brown and half white or half black and half white, you’ll want to reserve a spot on an F2 list. F2 litters have more variation amongst puppies in the same litter but also have some traditional tri’s-colored puppies as well. F2 means second generation which is a bernedoodle paired with another bernedoodle.

F1 Standard Bernedoodle (Sable Tri-colored)

F1 Mini (above)

F2 Mini (above)

F1 Standard (above)

F1 Standard born from a poodle mom (above)

F1b Mini from Tela (above)

F1 Standard sable Tri (above)

F1 Standard Traditional Tri (above) “Opa”

F2 Standard Bernedoodles (above) “parti” pattern

F1 Standard Traditional Tri (above)

F1 Mini Bernedoodle (above)

F1 Mini Bernedoodle (above)

F1 Standard Bernedoodle (above)

F1 Standard Bernedoodle (above)

F1 Standard Bernedoodles -sable and traditional Tri

F2 Mini Bernedoodle (above)

F1 Standard “Brindle” Bernedoodle

F1 Standard Bernedoodle (above)

F2 Mini Bernedoodle (above)

F2 Mini Bernedoodle (above)

F1 Standard Bernedoodle (above) Traditional

F1 Sable Tri Standard Bernedoodle

F2 Standard Bernedoodles (above) Sable Tri

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