The fee for being on the waiting list for a future Bernedoodle is $100. This is to hold your spot on the list, and is non-refundable. However, if you do go through with purchasing a puppy, any money you have put down is applied to the total price of the puppy.
There is a $300 non-refundable deposit to hold the puppy of your choice ($200 if you have already gone on the waiting list). We generally do not take deposits until a litter has been whelped.
Standard F1 Bernedoodle (50% Bernese Mountain Dog, 50% Standard Poodle) $2,000
Standard F1b Bernedoodle (25% Bernese Mountain Dog, 75% Standard Poodle) $3,000
Standard Reverse F1b Berndoodle (75% Bernese Mountain Dog, 25% Standard Poodle) $2,500
Miniature F1 Bernedoodle (50% Bernese Mountain Dog, 50% Toy or Miniature Poodle) $3,000
Miniature F1b Bernedoodle (25% Bernese Mountain Dog, 25% Standard Poodle, 50% Toy Poodle) $3,500
Great Bernedoodle (38% Bernese Mountain Dog, 12% Great Pyrenees, 50% Standard Poodle) $2,750
Miniature Great Bernedoodle (38% Bernese Mountain Dog, 12% Great Pyrenees, 50% Miniature Poodle) $3,000
*all puppies have an additional 7% Indiana Sales Tax
Our puppies go home at 8 weeks of age. They have their dewclaws removed, their first round of vaccinations, and are treated at least twice for intestinal parasites.
We will work with the puppies to learn basic manners (chewing on appropriate things, not biting hands, etc.). By state law, the puppies are allowed to go to their new homes within state lines at seven weeks. To cross state lines, they must be at least eight weeks of age, which is the minimum age that we strongly recommend anyway.
We will NOT let the puppies leave before seven weeks, regardless of if you need them for a birthday or Christmas present. Seven weeks is the absolute minimum, no exceptions.
*It varies if we are offering training at any given time. If you are interested in training for your puppy, please let us know, and we will let you know if we are offering training at that time. Typically, we offer beginning house-training, crate-training, and beginning basic obedience. However, as we are going to be beginning foster care in the very new future, and training puppies are known to disturb sleep just like babies, we are not offering training when we have babies in the house.