Little to zero shedding equals a higher maintenance dog. The Tiny Bernedoodle is a relatively easy keeper in the grooming department compared with the Miniature Poodle. As with shedding, the level of grooming is determined by the dog’s genes: a dog with more Poodle will require more frequent grooming, and a dog with more Bernese will requires fewer trips to the dog salon. The curlier the coat the more they need groomed. Most Micor Bernedoodles need to be brushed at least 3 times a week and need a cut or trim every 6-8 weeks.
Remember that low maintenance grooming doesn’t equal no grooming at all. Even Tiny Bernedoodles with a wavy coat can experience matting, and occasional trimming and clipping may be necessary, so keep an eye on your dog’s coat and brush at least 3 times a week. When brushing focus on areas that easily matt like behind the ears and the belly. You can see our favorite brush in our shopping list here.
When people think of a Mini dog they usually picture something the size of a Mini Poodle or something the size of a Cavalier. When Bernedoodle breeders talk about a Mini Bernedoodle you need to keep in mind that Mini compared to a 100 pound Bernese can still be over 50 pounds with some Mini Bernedoodles getting as large as 65 pounds. This is because each inherits separate genes from each parent. Some puppies get more of the Bernese genes and some get the Mini Poodle genes. Becase of the request we often get for a dog that will stay under 50 pounds or for a dog that will stay around 20 pounds we decided to add Tiny Bernedoodles to our Bernedoodle program. Tiny Bernedoodles are consistently smaller than F1 Mini Bernedoodles. Tiny Bernedoodles are great for families that live in an apartment or a small area. Tiny Bernedoodles are a great option for a family with allergies, a family looking for a smaller dog with the Bernese temperament, or a family just looking for a unique great dog to have as a companion.
Tiny Bernedoodles are eager to please and very smart which means they are incredibly easy to train. This dog will not need many training repetitions because of how swiftly he learns commands. In particular, Tiny Bernedoodles make good agility dogs. Even as young puppies Tiny Bernedoodles can start learning basic commands.
A Tiny Bernedoodle is a F1B Mini Bernedoodle. That means that a Tiny Bernedoodle is 25% Bernese mountain dog and 75% Mini Poodle. Some breeders use toy poodles to create Tiny Bernedoodles. Tiny Bernedoodles using a toy poodle would be 25% Bernese mountain dog, 25% Mini poodle, and 50% toy poodle. This is a pairing where it would be ok to use a toy poodle. The reason we do not want to use a toy poodle in an f1 Bernedoodle pairing is so we can maintain good confirmation. Sometimes the Tiny Bernedoodle is referred to as the Micro Mini Bernedoodle.
Tiny Bernedoodles come in Tricolor, sable, merle, black, black and white, cream, chocolate, and phantom. We specialize in traditional tricolors, merle tricolors, and phantom tricolor Tiny Bernedoodles. We love all colors Bernedoodles come in but cannot get enough of the stunning tricolors and merle tricolors. We were one of the first breeder to produce true F1B merle tricolor Tiny Bernedoodles. True F1B merle Tiny Bernedoodles are the result of a PURE poodle and a F1 Mini Bernedoodle. NOT the result of an Australian shepherd mix. We do not use Australian shepherds in our program.
The cost of a tiny bernedoodle will depend on the breeder. The average cost of a tiny bernedoodle is $4000. Our tiny bernedoodles are $4000-$4500. Tiny bernedoodles cost more than standards or mini bernedoodles.
When bred correctly Tiny Bernedoodles should have a similar temperament to the F1 Mini Bernedoodles. We bred for calm docile Bernedoodles. Most puppies in the litter tend to be calm and even tempered every once in a while you can get a puppy that has the higher energy. Tiny Bernedoodles like to be with people. Because of this if they are not taught at a young age that it is ok to be alone they can develop separation anxiety. We offer a great training program for our Tiny Bernedoodle puppies. If puppies are taught by the time they are 12 weeks old this will help tremendously.
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What size is a tiny bernedoodle? Tiny bernedoodles are 10-40 pounds full grown. The average tiny bernedoodle will be 20 pounds full grown.
What do tiny bernedoodles look like full grown? Full grown tiny bernedoodles look similar to a mini bernedoodle. Full grown tiny bernedoodles remind me of a little teddy bear. Some tiny bernedoodles can have curly hair like a poodle. We breed for the fleece coat type.
Tiny Bernedoodles can be 10-40 pounds. The average Tiny Bernedoodle will be around 20 pounds full grown. The size will be determined by the parents. If a F1 Mini Bernedoodle is crossed with a Mini Poodle the puppies will be closer to 20-40 pounds. If a F1 Mini Bernedoodle is crossed with a Toy Poodle puppies will be closer to 10-20 pounds. When people think of a mini they usually think in terms of a mini poodle. When Bernedoodle breeders talk about a Mini Bernedoodle you need to keep in mind that Mini compared to a 100 pounds Bernese can still be up to and sometimes larger than 50 pounds.
The Tiny Bernedoodle is a moderately active dog who requires around 20 to 30 minutes of daily exercise. They adapt quickly to most hot and cold weather climates, making them an excellent all-weather dog selection. This crossbreed is excitable but will match their energy level to yours, so plan on snuggling on the couch together or playing fetch in the back yard. Tiny Bernedoodles are lap dogs so plan on your Tiny Bernedoodle puppy spending long hours hanging out on your lap.
This hybrid is excellent with kids of all ages, and is gentle enough for interaction with even the youngest children in the family. Because of their friendly, gentle natures, Tiny Bernedoodles thrive as service and therapy dogs. Their loyalty, protectiveness, and affability make them an ideal partner for people with disabilities. Because of their smaller size it is important when you Tiny Bernedoodle is a puppy to watch them closely when being with children and teach your child how to handle a smaller Tiny Bernedoodle puppy so they do not hurt the puppy.
The micro mini or tiny Bernedoodle is considered more of a non-shedding or very minimal shedding bernedoodle due to being an F1B cross and possessing more of the non-shedding poodle gene. These bernedoodles litters will have a variety of coat types. We see tight curls, lose curls, and wavy in our Tiny Bernedoodles. This bernedoodle cross, like the other Bernedoodle crosses, comes in many different colors and producing many more colors than the F1 crosses due to breeding poodle color genes from both parents. While producing more color variations they are still categorized similar to the other crosses, consisting of a tri-color micro mini, bi-color micro mini, and a solid color micro mini. We specialize in tricolor, merle, and parti Tiny Bernedoodles.
We currently do not have Tiny Bernedoodle puppies available. We are planning Tiny Bernedoodle litters through the year. We will have Tiny Bernedoodles ready to go home in July, August, and October. We are expecting tricolor, merle, and parti Tiny Bernedoodle puppies. If you would like to get on the list for one of our tiny bernedoodle puppies please fill out our Bernedoodle Puppy Application here.
Tiny Bernedoodles are produced by breeding a F1 Mini Bernedoodle to a Toy Poodle or a Mini Poodle. This means a tiny Bernedoodle is 25% Bernese mountain dog and 75% Poodle.