Saint Berdoodle

About the Breed

The Saint Berdoodle is a unique hybrid breed created from a combination of the Saint Bernard and Poodle. This intelligent and loving pooch is sure to make a great addition to any family. Temperament The Saint Berdoodle has an affectionate and loyal temperament, making them great for families with children. They are also known for their patience and kindness, which makes them excellent with other animals. The Saint Berdoodle is an intelligent breed that loves learning new things and can be easily trained. Ideal Owners The Saint Berdoodle is ideal for people who have time to spend with their pet, as they need plenty of attention and stimulation in order to stay happy. They thrive in active homes where they can get plenty of exercise and playtime, so they might not be the best choice for those who don't have enough time on their hands. As with all breeds, early socialization is important in order to prevent any potential behavioral issues down the line. History The Saint Berdoodle was first bred in the late 1990s as an attempt to create a hypoallergenic dog that still had the gentle giant qualities of the Saint Bernard breed. Since then, it has become popular among those looking for an intelligent dog that can provide companionship without causing allergy symptoms. Healthy Weight The ideal weight for a healthy adult Saint Berdoodle ranges between 65-120 lbs depending on its size variation (toy or standard). It's important to ensure your pup gets enough exercise but does not overeat; you should consult your vet about what kind of diet would be best suited for your particular pups needs! Health Checks Due to its hybrid status, it's important that you have regular health checks done on your pup in order to ensure it stays healthy throughout its life span (which can range anywhere from 10-15 years). This includes checking their eyesight (which tends to decline with age), ears (for signs of wax build up), teeth (for signs of decay or plaque), joints (for signs of arthritis) as well as thyroid levels (as this breed is prone to hypothyroidism). Additionally, regular grooming should be done once every week or two including brushing out any mats or tangles as well as trimming nails if needed! Conclusion All in all, the Saint Berdoodle makes an excellent companion due its friendly nature, intelligence level and loyal personality - making it perfect for families looking for a pooch that will fit right into their home environment! With proper care and health checks conducted regularly by trained professionals this hybrid breed will live happily ever after!

Healthy weight:

20-100 lbs

Recommended Food

Large breed dog food such as Royal Canin Golden Retriever or Hills Science Diet

Breed Colors

  • Black
  • White
  • Cream
  • Silver
  • Chocolate
  • Apricot
  • Sable
  • Parti
  • Brindle

Ideal for owners that

  • Loving
  • Patient
  • Active
  • Good with Training
  • Able to Provide Time and Attention
  • Flexible Schedule

Health Considerations

  • Hip Dysplasia
  • Elbow Dysplasia
  • Eye Issues
  • Allergies
  • Skin Irritations
  • Bloat
  • Obesity

This breed may be cute, but these are some of their common health issues to be aware of.

Temperment & Skills

IntelligentFriendlyLoyalAdaptableGentleMild-ManneredCalmEasy-Going

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