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What is a Bernedoodle?

Good question. Put simply a Bernedoodle is a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle. If you want to know why this mix is so popular keep reading.

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Bernese Mountain Dogs are great. They have the temperament and love of a Golden Retriever. They are beautiful loyal family dogs. The downside is they only live to be about 8 years old. That’s where the Poodle comes in. The Poodle ads health and longevity. Now they live to be about 15 years old. Another thing the Poodle ads is intelligence. It’s no coincidence that Poodles are often in the circus performing. They are extremely intelligent dogs. Now combine that with the beauty and love of a Bernese Mountain Dog and you have the perfect pet.

Personality

As mentioned Bernedoodles are going to be very loving and loyal animals. They do really well with children and other pets. They are very easy going and calm. If they are not you might want to seek another breeder. They are great for security because they look like they are ferocious. However they are very loving and gentle. They do not need much exercise. A walk in the neighborhood will suffice. They are happy to be by the family and lay on the front porch. Because of the poodle mix they can be trained for just about any outdoor activity. They love to be outside summer and winter.

Coat

There is a variety of coats they can have. You may get straight hair or curly. It could be wavy or really thick. The colors can vary from bicolor to tricolor. Be careful that tricolors are not inbred. Many people do this for sales. A purebred Bernese Mountain Dog is going to shed a ton. With the Bernedoodle you are going to get very minimal to no shedding at all. The benefits of a straight hair dog is there is practically no grooming needed. With curly or wavy you may have to groom every couple times of the year. The curlier the better when it comes to being hypoallergenic.

You will never be disappointed with a Bernedoodle as a family pet. They can adapt to any family. Single, older, young kids it doesn’t matter. Make sure you are talking to a reputable breeder. Enjoy your Bernedoodle.

The Best Present is a Puppy

Can you believe there are actually people out there who have never owned a dog or a puppy. It’s true. This is a rare experience that cannot be compared to any other pet. Owning a cat is not the same. I mean do you own the cat or does the cat own you? Does it come when you call it by name? Is it happy to see you when you get home? Does it come to you when you need snuggles or when it wants snuggles? How about a gold fish. Yeah, try cuddling with that. I’ve never heard of a service fish before but I’m sure someone will try to bring one on a plane. A dog, as the say, is mans best friend. Why? because the loyalty and love the show you. And the fact they will never talk about you behind your back.

Here are some good reasons you should have a dog.

  • A dog will clean up your kitchen floor
  • A dog is the perfect exercise partner
  • A dog is a great primer for parenthood
  • A dog can make you feel safer in your own home
  • A dog will be incredibly loyal to you and your family

Are dogs expensive

Have you ever seen a homeless man with a dog. That should say a lot. Dogs don’t need diamond studded collars. What they really want is a family to give them attention. Isn’t that what everyone wants. Even if you work a full time job this can still happen. At the end of the day some snuggles on the couch why you watch “The Bachelor” or a nice game of catch will make their day. Even the food doesn’t have to be expensive. You can buy very healthy dog food at a reasonable price. The bedding can simply be an old blanket with your smell on it. Or it could be the same bed you sleep in.

But I have children

Children are not pets. But they do want a pet. There is nothing better than for a child to grow up with a pet. That’s why children often bring home strays from the neighborhood. They want the best friend they could have. Here is a great post that really explains the benefits.

1. Babies who live with dogs get sick less

According to a study done at Kuopio University Hospital in Finland, babies who lived with dogs during the first year of their life were one third more likely to avoid respiratory illness and infection than their non-dog-owning counterparts. Many consider this to be a result of dogs causing more exposure to germs, increasing the babies’ immune systems to prevent sickness.

2. Pets help young readers gain confidence

Children who are learning to read often get self-conscious reading aloud around other people, but they don’t have that same anxiety around animals. Reading to a dog is the perfect way for kids to gain confidence.

3. Kids with dogs have less allergies and asthma

According to a study published in Clinical & Experimental Allergy, scientists have found that kids who grow up around dogs are 50% less likely to develop allergies and asthma than those who grow up without a dog.

4. Kids with dogs get more exercise

It’s easy to see how owning a dog would lead to spending more time outside and playing more. Dogs are a great companion for physical activities, and they require being walked if you live somewhere without a yard. All of that leads to healthier kids who are used to a more active lifestyle.

5. Dogs help reduce stress in kids with Autism

According to a study conducted by University of Montréal, the stress hormones of a child with an autism spectrum disorder are dramatically reduced when living with a trained service dog. A significant drop in behavioral problems was reported as well.

6. Family pets lead to sibling bonding

A dog in the family can help brothers and sisters grow closer through their common love of their pet. From sharing responsibilities for care, to just playing with the dog in the backyard, siblings can bond.

7. Kids who are allergic to dogs and live with them are less likely to have eczema

According to a University of Cincinnati (UC) College of Medicine study, children who live with a dog when they are young, and also have an allergy to dogs, are four times less likely to have eczema.

8. Dogs can help kids learn important social skills

Growing up with a dog has been proven to help kids learn social skills, impulse control, and even improve their self esteem.

9. Kids grow up alongside a loving companion

Dogs are always happy to see you when you get home, and their love is unconditional. They’re the ideal confidant and an ever-willing playmate. There’s no better friend for a child than a dog.

10. Kids who care for pets learn responsibility

The daily commitment of caring for an animal is a great way to teach kids the importance of dependability and responsibility. To be a dog’s provider is an honor that requires a lot of patience and work.

How to buy the perfect puppy

Do your research. Nothing comes easy. You are going to want to make a good choice when it comes to breed and size. Some dogs can be expensive but others can be cheap or even free to good home. The bottom line is there is a great benefit for everyone in the family.

The 8 vitality signs of a healthy, happy dog

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Some of you may have read this article recently published in USATODAY and written by Country Living. I felt it was good enough to re-publish.

A new survey conducted by Iams has found that two thirds of Brits believe their pets are living longer, healthier and happier lives because of the love they show them.

The findings confirm that we are indeed a nation of animal lovers, with 69% of pet owners claiming the most important thing to do for our pets is shower them with love — including cuddles and tummy tickles.Some even believe that it could help their pets live up to three years longer.

Meanwhile, the research also found that over half of owners believe the most important contribution to their pet’s happiness and wellbeing is a fit heart, while one in five also think a strong immune system helps, in addition to shiny fur.

To accompany this study, the team at Iams also uncovered eight vitality signs for your pet’s health. These include…

  1. Healthy heart
  2. Healthy skin and shiny coat
  3. Strong immune system
  4. Healthy digestion
  5. Strong muscles
  6. Strong, healthy teeth
  7. Strong bones (for dogs)
  8. Healthy urinary tract (for cats)

“Most of us are familiar with vital signs: temperature, pulse and respiration, but it would help our pets if we were also familiar with the ‘vitality signs.’ Keeping a close eye on these will help us keep our pets in tip top condition, healthy and happy,” Kellie Ceccarelli, IAMS Veterinary Manager and Pet Nutrition Expert says.

“Pet owners have a unique bond with their pets, understanding their moods and funny little ways. But even though the bonds are very close, even the most caring owner can miss important ‘clues’ about the health and happiness of their pet if they don’t keep a watchful eye on their vitality signs.”

Elsewhere in the study, research uncovered that some owners do struggle to identify signs that their pets are sad. A quarter of respondents admitted they struggle to tell why their pet is unhappy, while 47% of those polled admitted that if their pet is unhappy, they are unhappy too.

Should I buy a Goldendoodle or Labradoodle?

The similarities in these dogs are the poodle. The differences are Golden Retriever and Labrador Retriever. Goldens and Labs are very popular dogs. Often they go 1 and 2 in the countries most popular dogs. The reason is because they are very loving and loyal companions.

Are they good with children?

Either dog are great with children. These dogs were born to be part of a family. You don’t have to worry about an aggressive dog here, as long as its not abused. Also they are good protectors for young children. When strangers come they often let out a ferocious bark. Just there presence can promote security. You wouldn’t have to worry about visiting children. They are naturally warm towards all kids.

Is one better for service dog?

Both dogs are the most popular for service dogs. That is because of the poodle they are easy to train and can learn many tasks. Because of the golden and lab they are super loving and loyal to their master. Sandpoint Doodles has trained many dogs as prep service dogs, therapy dogs, and PTSD dogs. For more info see Prep service dogs.

Which one should I choose?

Honestly you probably can’t make a bad choice here. They are very similar. Labradoodles are a little more popular as pets and service dogs. They are going to look very similar as well. Do your research. But know their personalities are almost identical.