Available Puppies

We offer an excellent health protocol; puppies receive a strict de-worming schedule, they will be up-to-date on age appropriate shots and will have had their first vet examination at our expense.  Dew-claws will be removed at three days of age and we are now proud to offer a two-year guarantee against any genetic disorder. All puppies will be micro-chipped before leaving our premises. Contact us for more information on pricing and how to reserve your puppy today. Thank you, please check back frequently for updates, as new litters are born! We do not guarantee puppies pictured are available on a day-to-day basis. Though, we try to keep our website up-dated frequently.
A righteous [man] regardeth the life of his beast:but the tender mercies of the wicked [are] cruel. Proverbs 12:10

F1 Mini-Medium Bernedoodles

Coming December 2020

Expected Weight: 35-55 lbs


F1 Standard Bernedoodles

Coming November 2020

Expected Weight: 65-85 lbs


Disclaimer: we are currently sold out of puppies, but if you are interested in purchasing an older puppy or adult dog. Please contact me directly for photos and specific information on the rehoming process. WE currently have one AKC Standard Poodle (parti-colored and turning silver) female, 52 lbs. As well as, two AKC Moyen sized Poodle males (tri colored), currently 18-22 lbs and intact. Photos available upon request.

Check us out on Facebook: Country Lace Bernedoodles!

**Country Lace reserves the right to keep any puppy from any litter longer than the minimum age of eight weeks, according to the state law governing the sale of dogs. We, at Country Lace Bernedoodles, will keep our puppies longer even if the “take-home” day has been previously scheduled and it happens to be last minute that we determine puppy is not emotionally or physically mature for weaning and transitioning into their new home. It is important to recognize that puppies that are weaned later will become a more confident/secure dog as an adult. Puppies also learn manners from their mother and not all puppies from the same litter mature at the same rate. The health and well being of our puppies are of utmost importance! **