Farm Update

AKC Bernese Mountain Dog

Update: 02.04.2019:

Wow, it has been an eventful winter. One nice thing about all the snow and below zero temperatures is that our Bernese Mountain Dogs (which were bred for the Icelands) are still enjoying life!!! If only I had their thick/soft double coat to keep me warm. At least Summer is just around the corner.

Paisley’s stunning litter of black and white, F1 Bernedoodles are turning eight weeks on Wednesday! We are sure enjoying their snuggles and will be sad to say goodbye in just one or two weeks. I just love these puppies so much; Standard Bernedoodles really do have exceptionally calm and loving personalities!!! We are soaking up all the love they have and just adore their fun cuddles.

I love nothing more than a big dog that really has no idea how big they are! Nadja (pictured above) still thinks she’s a baby, her favorite thing to do is give me hugs and sit in my lap even at 100lbs…and growing! Nadja and Cherie are the two newest Bernese Mountain Dogs at our farm.  By the end of the month their health testing will be complete and we will know for sure if they will be joining our breeding program. They’ve already passed their full genetic health panel, but we are still waiting to see if they have good hips and elbows. Please stay posted to find out more 🙂

This week was super exciting, two of our females have come into heat and we are breeding them for Mini – Medium sized Bernedoodles.  Hopefully, everyone on our Mini- Medium Bernedoodle waiting list will be matched with a puppy come APRIL 2019!

Paris is also due any day with Mini-Medium sized Bernedoodles, but the ultra-sound only showed one or two babies. Terry and Christine Parkin will receive first choice on this litter.

Also, for those of you waiting for a Standard Tri-color Bernedoodle, we should have a couple more girls coming in heat soon. Please be patient, it will be well worth the wait. Color always come second in my opinion, but Raphael throws EXCEPTIONAL puppies with great confirmation and temperaments! We also expect 100% tri-colors when bred to a BMD.

All for now, Lacey and Justin

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