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Bernedoodle vs Goldendoodle: Which One Is Right for You?

The Bernedoodle, also known as the Bernese Mountain Poo or Bernerdoodle, is a hybrid breed created by crossing a Poodle with a Bernese Mountain Dog. They generally have longer fur than Goldendoodles and can be either curly or wavy. Bernedoodles come in a wide variety of colors, including black and white, sable, merle, brindle, and tri-color. The average size of an adult

Bernedoodle is between 20-30 inches tall and can weigh up to 70 pounds when fully grown.

Goldendoodles, on the other hand, are a hybrid breed created by crossing a Poodle with a Golden Retriever. They have curly or wavy fur that is often much shorter than Bernedoodles and come in a wide range of colors including apricot, black, white, cream, red and silver. The average size of an adult Goldendoodle is between 20-26 inches tall and can weigh up to 60 pounds when fully grown.

In terms of personalities, both Bernedoodles and Goldendoodles are highly intelligent and affectionate. They each have their own unique characteristics and can make wonderful family pets. However, Bernedoodles tend to be more laid back while Goldendoodles are often livelier and need a bit more exercise.

When it comes to choosing between a Bernedoodle and Goldendoodle, it really depends on your lifestyle and what you’re looking for in a pet. If you have young children, then the Bernedoodle could be the right choice as they tend to be calmer and more patient. On the other hand, if you want an energetic and playful dog who is up for any adventure, then the Goldendoodle might be the better option.

Also remember that both Bernedoodles and Goldendoodles require regular grooming such as brushing, trimming, bathing, and nail clipping. With regular care and maintenance they will stay healthy and beautiful for years to come!

At the end of the day, both the Bernedoodle and Goldendoodle make great family pets with their intelligence and loyal companionship. Whether you choose one breed or the other depends on your lifestyle, preferences, and what kind of pet would be the best fit for you and your family.

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