Tips for raising a Bernedoodle puppy

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Looking for the perfect family dog? Look no further than the Michiana Bernedoodles! Bernedoodles are a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle, ½  Bernese and ½ Poodle is considered an F1 Bernedoodle and they offer the best of both worlds. F1b Bernedoodle is a cross between an F1 bernedoodle and a poodle which makes an F1b a ¾ poodle and ¼ bernese they are quite a bit more hyper than the F1 Bernedoodle. Bernedoodles are beautiful, smart, and have great personalities. They are very intelligent and easy learners, they catch on very quickly. Bernedoodles make excellent companions with minimal shedding, and are perfect for families with allergies, Always be responsible when adopting your next best friend from afar (or even closeby), that you are purchasing from a reputable breeder that specializes in the breed that your looking for and not a puppy mill. If you're looking for a Bernedoodle puppy for sale in Chicago, you have come to the right place. We usually have a good selection of tri color Miniature Bernedoodles.

Before You Bring Your Mini Bernedoodle Home:

  Be sure that you have a plan for your pet and the time and resources needed to properly take care of one. The first few weeks of bringing home a puppy will take some work on your behalf in order for them to get off on the right foot and become your best and loyal friend! If you have vacation time during the first few days or weeks is always good however that is not always possible. 

Once you've brought home your new Mini Bernedoodle Puppy

 Enjoy your puppy!  But in the meantime, you have this wonderful little furry friend who needs guidance and love--so don't be afraid if it gets tough; patience must be taught as well as training techniques like Clicker Regimes or right inside/outside games (which we use here). Once again: Bernedoodles eat about 2 1/2 cups per day, of course, this depends on their size.

 We recommend giving your puppy the proper training at a young age as its develops. If you are not familiar with the puppy training we highly recommend connecting with a professional trainer to help you through this process. It will pay big dividends through the years to you and your pet by utilizing proper training early on.

Potty training

When you get a puppy, the first thing that must be done is take care of its potty needs. You'll want to spend some time going on walks and teaching it where everything goes in order for them not only to feel comfortable but also to have control over when they can go outside or not without having accidents!

A technique that is frequently used that works quite well for potty training is feeding them all they want or the desired amount at a certain time in the morning and evening, immediately after their done eating take them outside to where you want them to go potty at. When they are done take them back inside as they will soon relate this as to this is where we need to go potty at. Where if you keep food in front of them all the time you will never know when they need to go. Dogs get very used to a routine. Dogs, in general, will go potty soon after they are done eating. I would recommend keeping water in front of them at all times.   

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