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PUPPIES ARRIVED
JULY 29, 2022

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The breed of these Pups will be Golden Mountain Doodles, a combination of a Golden, Poodle and Bernese Mountain Dog.

  • Dad: Moose

  • Breed: Small Standard Bernedoodle

  • Color: Iconic Tri-Color, with unique Merle (blue) tones

  • Size: 55 Pounds & 23″ Tall

  • Mom: Ruby

  • Breed: Small Standard Goldendoodle

  • Color: Red

  • Size: 50 Pounds & 20″ Tall

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PUPPIES ARRIVED
AUGUST 5, 2022

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This will be my first litter of a bernedoodle bred to a bernedoodle and I am very excited. These pups as adults will range probably around 20-25 pounds.

  • Dad: Koda

  • Breed: Mini Bernedoodle

  • Color: Unique combination of chocolate and white

  • Size: 16 Pounds & 18″ Tall

  • Mom: Ella

  • Breed: Mini Bernedoodle

  • Color: Classic tri-color with phantom markings

  • Size: 15 Pounds & 17″ Tall

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PUPPIES ARRIVED
AUGUST 19, 2022

 

  • Dad: Murphy

  • Breed: Micro Mini Bernedoodle

  • Color: Classic Merle (blue) with tri-colors, black-brown-white

  • Size: 12 Pounds & 15″ Tall

  • Mom: Gypsy

  • Breed: Micro Mini Bernedoodle

  • Color: Beautiful tri-color with phantom markings

  • Size: 15 Pounds & 16″ Tall

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Pregnancy Is Confirmed!
Puppies are Due Around August 29, 2022

  • Dad: Pima

  • Breed: Mini AKC Poodle

  • Color: Deep Red and White

  • Size: 18 Pounds & 15″ Tall

  • Mom: Coco

  • Breed:  Mini Goldendoodle

  • Color: Cream with Apricot Undertones

  • Size: 25 Pounds & 16″ Tall

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Pregnancy  Not Confirmed!

  • Dad: Toby

  • Breed: Mini Goldendoodle

  • Color: Light Apricot

  • Size: 22 Pounds & 18″ Tall

  • Mom: Reese

  • Breed:  Mini Goldendoodle

  • Color: Reddish Apricot with White

  • Size: 20 Pounds & 17″ Tall

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