Genetic testing: ~Von Willebrand Disease Type 1, Type VWF: Clear ~Progressive Retinal Atrophy, priced: Clear ~GM2 Gangliosidosis: Clear ~Degenerative Myelopathy, DM: Clear ~Neonatal Encephalopathy with Seizures: Clear ~Osteochondrodysplasia: Clear ~Intervertebral Disc Disease (Type I): Clear Height: 24 " Weight: 65 lbs ~Link below for health testing https://my.embarkvet.com/dog/ueckermae?utm_campaign=cns_ref_dog_pub_profile&utm_medium=other&utm_source=embark
Uecker Mae is an F1 Bernedoodle from our Stella and Cyber litter. She lives with her guardian family very near to our home. She will be bred with Beau for Standard f1b Bernedoodles which will be more hypoallergenic than our F1 option. She has stayed with us and is so very sweet, smart, snuggly, and obedient. Here is what her family has to say about her:
"Our sweet and silly girl has just been the best thing for our family. We all agree that our favorite thing about her is that she loves to be loved! It has made her easy to train and we have been impressed with how quickly she has calmed down into a very well mannered dog. It also means that she doesn’t want to stray far from her home or her people, so whether we are in the yard, on the trails, at the beach, or at the fields she is right by our side. We also love her beautiful tri-color coat and the minimal shedding is a huge plus for us. The never ending snuggles aren’t bad either!"
Our Standard size Bernedoodles typically range from 70-90 lbs but can be larger or smaller and average 23-29” at the shoulder. We use Oscar and Cyber for Standard size Bernedoodles. Our medium size Bernedoodles are fathered by Newt. They will be a slightly smaller size ranging from 50-70lbs. The fathers we use all live in different families not at our home so we can give the best care to all our puppies and 4 girls.
The Bernedoodle is a companion dog, through and through. The breed inherits the intelligence of its poodle parent and the charming, goofy, happy-go-lucky temperament of the Bernese Mountain Dog. Bernedoodles are happiest when they're spending time with their families. For this reason they do not do well for long periods in a kennel or when left alone. They enjoy room to run and play so a fenced yard, underground fence, or country living is recommended. Their coat can range from wavy to curly. There is no guarantee, but it is typical for them to have a low to no shedding coat that is often good for owners with allergies. We encourage families with allergy concerns to come and visit to make sure the puppy is a good match.
To learn more about the Bernedoodle and if they may be the right fit for your home visit http://dogtime.com/dog-breeds/bernedoodle#/slide/1.
While Bernedoodles have a low to no shed coat that is very allergy friendly, they do require regular brushing and trips to the groomer to maintain a clean, non-matted coat. Expect to have your dog groomed every 8-12 weeks or learn how to do it yourself. This can be an added expense and should be considered when deciding on this breed. They also love to be active and thrive best in a family that is not gone long hours and takes them with as much as possible while going walking, running, hiking etc
Puppies are born in our puppy suites and are given lots of love by our 3 children. For the first week of life they are kept warm and safe with their mother. When puppies are 1 week old they start to have regular contact with people especially children. We introduce them to many new smells, noises, and environments to help them become very adaptable to the world around them. We practice the “Puppy Culture” method and encourage our future families to learn about this method prior to bringing puppy home as it is a wonderful training method going forward. They start to paper train at 3 weeks of age helping to make the potty training transition in their future home much quicker when that time comes. These weeks are also important as we start to acclimate the puppies to the outside world. They have daily opportunities to be outside to explore all the new sights and smells as well as start the potty training process further. By the time our puppies go to their new homes they are very used to going outside and when they can't wait they use the paper in their specific area. We also start to work on simple training such as come, and name recognition (if their future family give us that). By 3-4 weeks of age puppies start on their first bites of puppy food. We use high quality Life’s Abundance Dog Food that helps support optimal puppy growth, brain development, healthy immune & digestive tract, and so much more. We strongly encourage families to continue on this food to support their puppies health long into the future.
Even after starting on puppy food, puppies continue to nurse from their mother, but begin the weaning process. This is about the time we transition the puppies from our home to the heated and air-conditioned outside puppy area with large outdoor play area. This gives the puppies much more space to explore, learn, and grow. We continue the “Puppy Culture” process with much handling and introduction to new environments and toys on a regular basis. We do not start the clicker portion of “Puppy Culture” but do encourage families to continue this process at home.
At 6 weeks puppies are ready for their first round of shots as well as a full check up from our vet. We are very lucky to have a wonderful veterinarian who comes right to our home. This gives our puppies the advantage of not needing to be introduced to possible germs and illness that can accompany a clinic setting as well as the stress this may cause. The puppies mother remains a large part of the puppies world during these weeks continuing to nurse periodically and teaching the puppies appropriate play/submission. We de-worm each puppy and perform nail care at weeks 2, 4, 6, and 8 weeks of age. They also receive several baths and routine grooming as needed so they become accustomed to this as it will be a part of their life for years to come. We believe the puppies front dew claws help to serve as their thumb so we do not remove them. We do have our veterinarian remove rear dew claws as they are prone to getting snagged and can cause problems down the road. We let our puppies go to their new families at 8 weeks of age. This is a very bitter sweet time for our family as each puppy has its place in our hearts and home. We enjoy being able to keep in contact with our puppies new families to see how
Ruby’s Goldendoodles & Bernedoodles is proud to be named by Doodle Doods as a top ethical Bernedoodle breeder.