Hello there! This is Harry. It’s part of the Harry Potter theme, that my kids picked for this litter of puppies. This little guy is one of my wife’s favorite bernedoodle puppies. We also like to call him Magic because there is just something magical about him. This bernedoodle puppy is a healthy and happy male. He has beautiful black and white markings on the face and chest, but that’s not all. He also has rust markings peeking through on his legs. His coat is a truly unique tri-colored abstract. Harry is a lover. One of our first pups to come when called and offer his willingness and affection. He will be a very loyal companion. He has also already had his first vet visit and now has his shots up to date.
With roughly 70% poodle he should have a low to no shed hypo-allergenic coat. He got his good looks from his momma with the beautiful Bernese Mountain Dog face markings and his colorful coat from his papa. Our poodle stud carries great curl genes and great colors. His mom weighs in at 80 pounds and his dad at 40 pounds with the goal of 60 pounds for this puppy. His coat will continue to develop as he grows out of the puppy stage, the wave/cure will continue to come in. This little puppy is supper cute and if you are looking for a Bernedoodle puppy with great coloration, he is your man.
Like all of our puppies, he under went Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS) and Puppy Cutler training. I have had and trained dogs all my life, I train horse, and feel very confident in my abilities to work with animals, and to be blunt when my wife first told me she wanted to buy all the training material for these programs, I that it was just a bunch of woowoo nonsense. But I was wrong. I publicly put it here in writing on the internet for the world to see, “MY WIFE WAS RIGHT. I WAS WRONG.” I was surprised when we started going through the training material at how good it was, and as I researched the data and the science behind it, I was impressed. But, I was most impressed with the results. If you have any questions or want to arrange a visit please don’t hesitate to reach out (602)903-3798 or email us firstname.lastname@example.org