Our puppies are all sent home with a 2-Year Genetic Health Guarantee, so future families will have total peace of mind knowing they are bringing a healthy new addition home. We stand behind every one of our dogs!
Our puppies visit our vet between 7.5 and 8 weeks of age to receive a thorough head-to-paw health check and receive their first set of vaccines. A health and vaccine certificate will both be provided to families.
All of our puppies are microchipped using a sterile single-use disposable applicator to provide total safety for your puppy. Their microchip will be registered with your contact info prior to them leaving our home.
Each puppy will leave with a 6-week trial with Petsecure Pet Insurance set to begin the day following pick-up. We will provide a trial confirmation sheet and a pamphlet with information on policy options.
We follow a gentle yet effective deworming protocol with each of our litters to help protect them from intestinal parasites. Our protocol is vet-approved and very safe. All deworming details are provided to families.
Rear dewclaws will be removed when present. They are much more likely to tear or get injured than front dewclaws, so we remove them for your puppy's safety. We do not ever remove front dewclaws.
Each puppy will have their nails trimmed weekly and will be brushed regularly while with us. We bathe everyone with a gentle puppy shampoo and clean their ears with a mild cleanser before they head home.
We will always be available to reach out to if you ever have any questions or concerns regarding your Foxboro Doodles dog, no matter their age. We will always try our best to provide sound advice for any scenario.
Poodle bred to a Bernese Mountain Dog (50% Poodle, 50% Bernese Mountain Dog)
Please note: We do not breed F1 generations to avoid the chance of heavy shedding puppies
Poodle bred to an F1 Bernedoodle (75% Poodle, 25% Bernese Mountain Dog)
Poodle bred to an F1b Bernedoodle (87.5% Poodle, 12.5% Bernese Mountain Dog)
F1 Bernedoodle bred to an F1 Bernedoodle (50% Poodle, 50% Bernese Mountain Dog)
Please note: We do not breed F2 generations to avoid the chance of heavy shedding puppies
F1b Bernedoodle bred to an F1 Bernedoodle (62.5% Poodle, 37.5% Bernese Mountain Dog)
Any 3rd or later Bernedoodle generation (percentages will vary)
Examples: F1b x F1b, F1 x F2b, F1bb x F2b, etc.
All of our puppies are now priced the same regardless of size, colour, generation or coat type. We put the same effort and dedication towards each of our puppies, so there is no reason to value them differently.
Our puppies are priced at CA$4,000 +hst and are all sold on a spay/neuter contract. Please Contact Us if you are looking to purchase your puppy with breeding rights (only in-home breeders who are completing health testing should apply).
Our Mini Bernedoodles will typically range between 20lbs and 40lbs on average as adults. All the greatness of a Bernedoodle in a more compact, lightweight size! We take extra care to slowly bring down the size of our minis to preserve the quality of their joints and conformation. These dogs are comparable in size to a Shetland Sheepdog or Brittany Spaniel.
Our Medium Bernedoodles will typically range between 40lbs and 60lbs on average as adults. Not too big, not too small - this is the doodle Goldilocks was looking for! If you're seeking a lighter weight companion that can still keep up with the big dogs, a medium is for you! These dogs are comparable in size to a purebred Standard Poodle or Australian Shepherd.
Our Standard Bernedoodles will typically range between 60lbs and 80lbs+ on average as adults. If you're a fan of the big, lovable size of the Bernese Mountain Dog, but you prefer the look and low shedding qualities the Bernedoodle offers, a Standard is the size for you! These dogs are comparable in size to a purebred Bernese Mountain Dog or an Alaskan Malamute.
Tricolours and phantoms will have either a black or chocolate coat with tan points (aka "Bernese markings") on the face, chest and legs. The black or chocolate coat can sometimes fade slightly as they get older, but not always. A tricolour will have tuxedo markings while a phantom will have no white. If they have small amounts of white, they are considered a phantom abstract. If they have more than 50% white on their body, they are considered a phantom parti or a "parti tricolour". Keep reading to learn more about terms like parti, tuxedo and abstract.
The merle gene creates mottled patches of diluted colour on what would ordinarily be a solid coloured coat. Black merles (typically known as blue merles) will have black and grey blended patches, and chocolate merles will have chocolate and beige blended patches. Merle tricolours will have a merle coat with tan points and tuxedo markings. Merle phantoms will have the same merle coat and tan points, but no white. Merle phantom abstracts will have small white markings on their merle coat, and merle parti tricolours have over 50% white on their body.
Blue Merle Phantom
Merle puppies will have the same colour as merle tricolours/phantoms but they will not have any tan points on their face, chest and legs. They will have a mottled merle coat - either black and grey, known as blue merle, or chocolate and beige, known as chocolate merle. A merle can have any variation of white markings - a parti will have over 50% white, a tuxedo will have 25-50% white, an abstract will have small white markings, and a solid will have no white.
Blue Merle Abstract
A sable has a black-based or chocolate-based body with darker ears, tail and hair tips. They will almost always be born darker and will fade as they age. Black-based sables usually end up a light beige and chocolate sables usually end up a brownish tan, though the darker points on their body often stay dark. Many sables will have tan points as well, but because their coat colour often lightens so much, those markings may fade once they reach adulthood. It is possible for us to produce merle sables as well, but the merle pattern often fades with their coat colour too.
Black-based Sable Tuxedo
Creams range from a light beige colour to almost white. Apricots are slightly darker, ranging from a beige to a light orange. Although white markings can sometimes be difficult to see on cream puppies, these pups can have any variation of white markings on them depending on their parents. A parti will have at least 50% white on their body, a tuxedo will have 25-50% white on their body, an abstract will have small white markings and a solid will have no white at all.
Chocolate and black are exactly what they sound like - chocolate coloured and black. The black or chocolate coat can sometimes fade slightly as they get older, but not always. Just like other colours, they can both have any variation of white markings on them depending on their parents. A parti will have at least 50% white covering their body, a tuxedo will have 25-50% white covering their body (typically down their neck, chest, belly, and sometimes legs and face), an abstract will have small white markings and a solid will have no white markings at all.
Foxboro Doodles Inc.
Madoc, Ontario, Canada
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