May 26th, 2020

We are feeling so blessed this rainy day, two very healthy litters of F1 Bernedoodles born two days apart. Thank you for your prayers, EVERY puppy and both moms are perfect! PTL!

Also, please give me a couple days to return your email messages and voice messages. We promise to reply soon, TY for understanding; the heath of our new mothers and newborns take priority during these busy and exciting times. – Lacey

If you need to get ahold of me quickly, please text or call: #931-371-0043, God bless!

Corbin x Katya Standard Litter of Five; Four Phantom, One Merle. DOB: 05-26-20
Rockwell x Nadja Mini Litter of Seven; Three Tri and Four Black and White. DOB: 05-24-20

April 2020

We are super excited for our loyal customers who have placed deposits with us for upcoming litters! We expect to have a busy summer, bouncing with bernedoodle & goldendoodle puppies! Please click HERE to see expected due dates for: BurjDe, Nadja, Uzoma, & Paris who have been bred for F1 Miniature Bernedoodles. We’ve also recently bred Katya and Laila for F1 Standard Bernedoodles, and Fazi and Kira for F1b Mini-Medium Sized Bernedoodles. Sophie will also be bred soon for F1b English Creme Mini Goldendoodles. Keep in mind artificial insemination is not an exact science, so it is unlikely that every female we bred for Mini-Medium sized Bernedoodles will be pregnant. Check back for updates and ultra sound confirmation of pregnancies at their one month gestation mark. We look forward to introducing some new and gorgeous babies starting May 2020 and going into June. In the meantime we will be prepping our nurseries, feeding our girls their special pregnancy high-cal diets, OxyMate vitamins and giving them lots of love and affection during this time. We will keep you posted as the days get closer, feel free to call anytime with questions about how to bring one of our lovely puppies home. Lacey’s Cell #931-371-0043, or Email: clbernedoodles@gmail.com

Dahlia – F1 Miniature Bernedoodle, Home in MN
Candy – F1 Miniature Bernedoodle, home in MN

Spring 2020

You may be wondering “whats new and coming up on the farm”? Please feel free to call or email anytime if you are currently on our waitlist and looking for “updates” with potential litters OR if you are looking to get your name on our waitlist. We would love to hear from you either way! I apologize for not posting more updates, but we will try to do better in the future. Everyday since the move in December we feel more “at home” and settled. I planted peach, pear and apple trees yesterday and I’m slowly getting back into Gardening and doing things that make this land feel like “home”! Working/training horses and dogs is what makes me smile on a day-to-day basis and being with them brings me more joy than I can express! I am so blessed have my animals and family so close to me – God is so good! Of course, our priority jobs have kept us busy, such as getting our dog houses “comfy” for our mamas and trying to get, water, electricity and air-conditioning units put in for our big Berners before the heat comes. Luckily, my husband was able to take off work and come down before the move to get some of the bare necessities done! As you can only imagine moving dogs, horses and kids 1,400 miles across the country is not an easy task! It does take time for things to feel normal, I’ve come to find out routine is everything!!! Not only for our children, but also for the dogs and animals. Believe it or not, they thrive with stability and gravitate to their human owners with the most level, calm and stable personality type. So, we try to do our very best to find balance; a happy-medium with work and play, not only for our children but for our animals, as well. We cannot do anything without our Heavenly Father helping us every step of the way. So, we are very thankful.

We look forward to having a litter or two of F1 Mini Bernedoodles this year! Currently, “BurjDe” is being progesterone tested every 48 hours at our local veterinarian. The Pulaski Vet Clinic has been PHENOMENAL for all our needs, they specialize in stock animals and companion animals. They know all my dogs by name already, and we could not be happier with their services, love, care and commitment they have for animals. BurjDe is still showing low numbers, but within the next week she should be ready. We will be artificially inseminating her with Winston. An ultra-sound for pregnancy confirmation can be done at four weeks gestation. We do expect 100% tri-colors with Winston.

Coming up this year, you can also expect a litter of F1 Standard Bernedoodles! We expect some flashy colors (50% Merle and 50% Tri-color)! So, Please stay posted for our new Standard Bernedoodle Babies!

Currently, we do have some availability, including: F1 Mini Goldendoodles, F1b Medium Goldendoodles and (soon to be born) F1 Petite Goldendoodles! Please, check out our “Available Puppies” page for updates.

Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful. But his delight is in the law of the Lord; and in his law doth he meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree planted by the rivers of water, that bringeth forth his fruit in his season; his leaf also shall not wither; and whatsoever he doth shall prosper.

Psalm 1:1-3 KJV
View from Our Hilltop

What to Expect

Our Beautiful English Creme Goldendoodle, “Sophie” is indeed pregnant! We look forward to welcoming these calm and affectionate babies into the world around December 6th! F1b Englishdoodles are known for their docile, calm and loyal personalities. Puppies should mature to 25-45 lbs, they are classified as hypoallergenic and non-shedding.

Our fun-loving Bernese Mountain Dog named Uzoma, started her menstruous cycle today (11-14-19). She will be bred to Rockwell for F1 Miniature Bernedoodles. Please check back for updates on this upcoming litter expected in January, we expect flashy 75% tri-colors and 25% bi-colors. At one month gestation an ultra-sound will be done to confirm pregnancy. F1 Miniature-Medium Bernedoodle puppies require a reserve to be placed before puppies are born. Because tri-colors are so rare in this size, puppies are usually sold before they are born. Please contact us today for specifics on getting your name on a waitlist. We look forward to hearing from you! ūüôā

We are also excited to announce our new, state-of-the-art facility is currently being built in Middle Tennessee. Please keep this in mind if you are on our waitlist, at this time we do not have a “moving date” set in stone. Huntsville International Airport (HSV) or Nashville International Airport (BNA) will be the closest airports for people flying in to carry their puppies home. For now, we are still located in Lancaster; Northern, MN.

“Sophie” – Standard Englishdoodle

Due Dates

We have four confirmed pregnancies via ultra sound, July is going to be a busy month at the Perry Farm. We are super excited to see these beautiful upcoming litters. Please see our “Bernedoodle” or “Goldendoodle” pages if you would like to see photos and health testing of our soon to be parents mentioned below.

  1. Porter x Belle – F1 Moyen/Medium Goldendoodles (expected weight: 30-60lbs)
  2.  Raphael x Paisley РF1 Standard Bernedoodles (expected weight: 65-75 lbs)
  3. Rockwell x Uzoma – F1 Mini Bernedoodles (expected weight: 35-55 lbs)
  4. Bailey x Laila – F1 Mini Bernedoodles (expected weight: 35-55 lbs)

Call us anytime to learn more about pricing/process or how to get pre-approved for adoptions: #218-526-0554.

F1 Bernedoodle Announcement

We are excited to announce some new and upcoming litters; puppies are all due Mid-Late July! Our nursery will be hopping with these beautiful puppies in the making. Please contact me if you would like to be included on one of our wait lists:

  • Paisley our AKC Bernese Mountain Dog is currently being bred to Raphael for F1 Standard Bernedoodles!
  • Uzoma our AKC Bernese Mountain Dog with champion bloodlines, will be bred for F1 Miniature Bernedoodles after she is progesterone tested! (Photos of parents coming soon)
  • Laila our AKC Bernese Mountain Dog is getting progesterone tested this week, she will be bred to Raphael for F1 Standard Bernedoodles. (Photos of parents coming soon)

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Zion – six week old male, 8.3 lbs

Spring 2019

We have had quite an eventful spring this year, welcoming two small litters of F1 Mini-Medium size Bernedoodles. Flower’s litter was born on Easter and Nadja followed in her footsteps the following Friday! Both Nadja and Flower are experts at knowing their bodies, giving birth and caring for their young. This is my all time favorite part of the business; to see and witness¬†new life. As a previous OB nurse helping care for pregnant women, breastfeeding, and engaging in all aspects of prenatal/postnatal care… This baby stuff just gets me excited! If you all love seeing new life and witnessing the amazing birthing experience as much as I do, please let me know in the comments and I will try to post more. Also, let me know if you would like to see more graphic videos. Here is Nadja pushing in the second stage of labor.

 

We have some beautiful litters in the making:

1) We are expecting F1b Mini-Medium (25-50lb), 75% Parti-Color Goldendoodles, May 24th and this pregnancy is confirmed. These puppies will vary in price from $1800-$2200.

2) We are currently breeding our beautiful Poodle female named, “Creamsicle” to Rockadoodles gorgeous, english creme AKC Golden Retriever. These F1 Medium Sized Goldendoodles will start at $2400.

We also are checking heat cycles daily and plan to breed more F1 Standard Bernedoodles, F1 Mini-Medium Bernedoodles and F1b Mini-Medium Bernedoodles this year. Please check back soon for more updates regarding specific pregnancies. Since the weather is slow to warm up, we should be seeing more of our girls start to cycle very soon.

Until next time…Remember to be kind, love, and forgive always even if we do it imperfectly, God will cover our sins. ¬†– Lacey

Farm Update

AKC Bernese Mountain Dog
“Nadja”

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 ūüôā

This week was super exciting, two of our females have come into heat and we are breeding them for Mini РMedium 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

Upcoming Litters

Summer is in full swing!

Typically we have females come in heat in groups, three-four times a year: Dec-Jan, around March, May-June and again starting now Aug-Oct.  Since most of my girls only menstruate once per year, we need to be diligent about checking heat cycles on a daily basis. We run a strict schedule to keep our dogs in routine, so if you do not hear back from me  immediately, I am probably taking care of dogs! Please leave a message and I will return your call ASAP.

If you or a loved one is patiently waiting for your future F1 Miniature Bernedoodle or Standard Bernedoodle, I cannot say “Thank You” enough! ¬†We should have great news very soon regarding our Miniature Bernedoodles in 2019.

* We recently added a few mature (breeding age) AKC Bernese Mountain Dog females to our program. So, we will have more chances of getting everyone matched with puppies this year! Thank you in advance for your patience.*


UPDATE on 10/22: Raphael x Silje had 8 healthy F1 Standard Bernedoodles on October 14th, 2018. Unfortunately, Silje needed an emergency c-section. Our amazing veterinarian welcomed Silje in his surgery room Sunday evening and successfully delivered every puppy and saved Silje’s life, as well. She would have never been able to deliver puppies on her own. Praise goes to Jesus; Silje is recovering exceptionally well and is gaining her strength back every day!! God is good.

Update on 10/23: Laila is expecting F1 Mini-Med Bernedoodles. We had such a fun time viewing the little heart beats on the ultra sound. Laila does not have a lot of babies in her womb, but they look healthy! Katya was also confirmed pregnant and she has a nice number of healthy puppies growing inside her. We are excited to welcome these two litters of F1 Mini-Med Size Bernedoodles into our home. Will keep you all posted soon!!!

 

F1 Standard Goldendoodles

10.25.18 – We still have two gorgeous female F1 Standard Goldendoodles available and two gorgeous male F1 Standard Goldendoodles available. These puppies are great with children, they are classified as “low-shedding” and good for MOST people with allergies. Typically, males do grow a little bigger than females. I expect them to weigh approximately 65-75 lbs at full maturity. The dam Mali LOVES water, she will go swimming everyday in the summer-time (multiple times per day). If you have children that love dogs, these lovable puppies are for you. A dog truly is man’s best friend, I am reminded of this every time I have a litter of puppies!!! ¬†Your kids will surely enjoy teaching your new puppy tricks and your puppy will enjoy bringing the adventurous side of your kids out. At the end of the day, these pups are ready to greet your kids at the school bus or snuggle up on the sofa! They are at least 90% potty trained.