Prices of puppies are dependent upon color, markings, hair type and parents.  Both male and females of all sizes are the same price.  We price puppies shortly after birth. Deposits for all puppies are always $200 and are nonrefundable, they can be transfered between litters. Deposits are also a part of the final puppy price not an additional cost.  ALL Puppies are sold with NO breeding rights and a spay/neuter contract.
 
 We will not be accepting early deposits for mini bernedoodle puppies as we will be having a very limited number of them and cannot at this time give an estimated time as to when we will be having our next litter.  We will still be accepting early deposits for standard sized bernedoodles.
 
*Important note about coat colors-  Not all puppies are born the exact color they are going to be later in life.  We have the most questions about phantom markings.  Some puppies are born with only small specs of brown.  This will NOT be how they are forever.  The brown keeps coming out with time and will get lighter and lighter.  We can easily tell the markers of a phantom puppy at birth.

 

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$1,200- $1,800 (Standard),
$1,600- $1,800 (Mini)
 
Definition: Solid colored puppy (usually black) w/ a small amount of white on chest and sometimes toes or chin
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Traditional Parti
$2,000- $2,200 (Standard)
$2,500- $2,900 (Mini)
Definition: Solid black puppy with a large patch of white on chest, white feet/legs, white face markings, and white tail tip.  Almost 25% white or more.
 
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Non-Traditional Parti
$2,000- $2,200 (Standard)
$2,500- $2,900 (Mini)
Definition: Solid colored puppy with a large patch of white on chest, white feet/legs, white face markings, and white tail tip.  Almost 25% white or more.  If black, puppy has markings outside of the normal pattern for a parti puppy.
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Traditional Phantom
$2,000-$2,200 (Standards)
$2500- $2,900 (Mini)
 
Definition: Solid black puppy with specific markings of another color (not white).  Markings can range from silver, light tan, to dark brown, to red.  These markings are found over the eyes, on the sides of the face, on the chest, on all four legs and feet, and under the tail. There is no white on the puppy or the white is very minimal.
Bernedoodle Puppies, Bernedoodle Breeder
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Non-Traditional Phantom
$2,000-$2,200 (Standards)
$2500- $2,900 (Mini)
 
Definition: A solid colored puppy (not black) or a non-solid puppy (sable or brindle) with specific markings of another color (not white).  Markings can range from silver, light tan, to dark brown, to red.  These markings are found over the eyes, on the sides of the face, on the chest, on all four legs and feet, and under the tail. There is no white on the puppy or the white is very minimal.
Bernedoodle Puppies, Bernedoodle Breeder
Bernedoodle Puppies, Bernedoodle Breeder
Bernedoodle Puppies, Bernedoodle Breeder
Traditional Tri-Colors 
$2,400-$2,800 (Standard)
                             $3,000- $3,500 (Mini)                          
Definition: Solid black puppy with the same markings of a phantom puppy.  Unlike a phantom puppy, there is white present somewhere on the puppy.  It is most common to only have white on the chest and sometimes the feet.
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Exceptionally Marked Traditional Tri-Color
$2,800- $3,000 (Standard)
                             $3,000- $3,500 (Mini)                          
Definition: A solid black puppy with all of the markings of a phantom and all of the markings of a parti colored puppy combined.  These puppies most closely resemble a bernese mountain dog in their color patterns.  It is more rare to get the white on the face with perfect berner markings, so please understand if leaving a deposit, you could be waiting a very long time for a puppy like this.
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Non-Traditional Tri-Colors 
$2,400-$2,600 (Standard)
$3,000-$3,500 (Mini)
Definition: Any puppy that has three colors that does not fit the desciption of the traditonal tri-colors.  The two non-traditional tri-colors we produce are sables and brindles.  A sable is when the outer hair is a darker shade than the hair underneath.  These puppies are a different color when they are shaved down.  They commonly have places where their hair tends to stay darker like on the ears or tail.  They may or may not have phantom markings and can have varying amounts of white.  Brindle is when the puppy has stripes of different colors on their body.  They may or may not have phantom markings and can have varying amounts of white.  If all these colors werent confusing enough as it is, you can also have a sable brindle combination where the puppy has the stripes, but the hair underneath is still lighter too.
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle Puppies, Bernedoodle Breeder
Solid Merle:  $2,600-$3,000
(Only available in standard size)
 
Color Definition Merle:
It is a solid base color (usually red/brown or black) with lighter blue/gray or reddish patches, which gives a mottled or uneven speckled effect.  These puppies will have varying sizes of patches.  Several colors of hair create the "blue" and "red" color that these babies are known for.  One puppy could appear to be several colors as its base coat.  No two babies are ever the same!!!  
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Phantom Merle: $3,100- $3,500
(Only available in Standard size)
                        
It is a solid base color (usually red/brown or black) with lighter blue/gray or reddish patches, which gives a mottled or uneven speckled effect.  These puppies will have varying sizes of patches.  Several colors of hair create the "blue" and "red" color that these babies are known for.  The phantom merles have those distinct phantom markings that we love so much!  On average, these babies will appear to be three or more colors!
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Parti Merle: $3,100- $3,500
(Only available in standard size)
 
It is a solid base color (usually red/brown or black) with lighter blue/gray or reddish patches, which gives a mottled or uneven speckled effect.  These puppies will have varying sizes of patches.  Several colors of hair create the "blue" and "red" color that these babies are known for.  One puppy could appear to be several colors as its base coat.  These babies have large patches of distinct white, not just small spots of white hair mixed in which is common in merles.
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Tri-Color Merle: $3,600- $3,900
(Merle Only available in Standard size at this time)
 
Merle baby with all of the beautiful phantom markings along with large patches of distinct white, not just small spots of white hair mixed in which is common in merles.
Bernedoodle
Exceptionally Marked Tri-Color Merle: $4,000-$4,500
(Merle Only available in Standard size at this time)
                         
Merle baby with all of the beautiful phantom markings along with large patches of distinct white that closely match the markings of a bernese mountain dog.  These puppies can appear to be five or more colors.  The are the most unique color out there and are something extra special!!!
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
Bernedoodle
A little about merles:
Standard sized merle bernedoodles are especially hard to find.  They are one of the few colors that are auctually harder to find in Standard size than mini.  The reason being that standard sized merle standard poodles are difficult to find.  The merle color is very uncommon in all poodle sizes.  They can usually be readily found in toy and mini sized poodles.  The toy poodle is then bred to a standard sized female to create the Moyen (or medium) sized poodle.  This poodle (as the mother) cannot safely be bred to a bernese mountain dog.  She will be far too small.  If this moyen poodle is the father, the puppies will be a larger mini or very small standard size.  These are not Large standard sized puppies that we are hoping to have.  This merle moyen poodle should be bred again to a standard poodle in order to bring as much size as possible to the offspring, and then that puppy could safely breed for standard sized puppies.  It takes several generations to safely and correctly breed for True Standard sized babies.  Pebbles, for example, is 1/8 Mini poodle and 7/8 Standard sized.  It takes many years to create the perfect poodle to make these babies happen!  It should be noted that all poodle sizes are 100% genetically poodle so this is not mixing different breeds, only different sizes.