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  • What is a Bernadoodle anyway?
    Simply put, it’s the combination of a Bernese Mountain Dog and Poodle. The Bernese Mountain Dog was originally bred as a hardworking family farm dog. They are easygoing, intelligent, and extremely loyal dogs. They do however have a very thick luxurious coat that is known to shed, and often suffer from a number of health issues. The poodle is known to be one of the most intelligent dog breeds. Their unique low to non-shedding coat is also desirable to people who have allergies. They typically have longer life expectancy and are considered a very sturdy breed. The Bernedoodle breed is genetically superior due to the purposefulness of breeding two different dog breeds with their own unique benefits. Their offspring receive most of the parents good traits and very few of the bad. This is known as hybrid vigor. Bernedoodles typically have a long soft coat that is low to non-shedding and hypoallergenic. This coat gives them the adorable teddy bear look. They also are more likely to receive the health benefits of the poodle breed. Whether you’re a first time dog owner, seeking a therapy dog, or an experienced dog owner; Bernedoodles are a wonderful choice.
  • Do you have a holding fee?
    Our holding fee is $400 for both the standard and medium size puppies. This must be paid by Zelle, cash, or check. Once funding is received and confirmed we will add your name to the waitlist. Holding fees are non refundable and go towards the final purchase price of your puppy.
  • When is the final payment due and what forms of payment do you accept?
    Final payment is due once the puppies are 6 weeks of age. We accept the following forms of payment. - Zelle - Cash - Personal or Cashiers Check
  • What are your pick-up/delivery options?
    - Pick up in Cypress, TX the day you're scheduled to bring your new furever pup home. - Have your puppy hand delivered to a public location for a small fee. - If you are flying in, we can meet you at a local airport in the Houston Metro area - You can pay to have a flight nanny travel with and hand deliver your puppy to your local airport. Please contact us, if you are interested.
  • At what age will my puppy be ready to come home?
    8 weeks old unless we/the vet feels it is in the puppies best interest to stay with mom longer due to any special or unforseen circumstances.
  • What kind of food will my puppy come home on?
    Hills Science Diet puppy feed. We will provide you with a small bag of puppy feed in your puppy package.
  • Will my puppy see a vet before leaving Bouse Bernedoodles?
    Yes! Your puppy will see our licensed Veterinarian and get a full head to tail check up. They will have their first round of puppy shots and deworming medication.
  • How does your puppy selection process work?
    Puppy selection is done at 4 weeks of age. We will hold individual video calls with each family to share as much information about every puppy. Selection is done in the order that holding fee's are received. Our goal is to make sure you have gotten to know each puppy prior to the 4 week selection through daily updates, pictures, videos, etc. In person visits are available by appointment prior to selection day.
  • Where are your puppies raised?
    Our puppies are raised inside our home alongside our family and other pets. We feel this is important to produce a puppy that will adapt to their surroundings and is comfortable around kids, noises, other animals, etc.
  • What is included in your puppy package?
    - Veterinary health records with a full head to tail check by our licensed Veterinarian - First round of puppy vaccinations - A large starter baggie of puppy food - A blanket and toy with the mom's and sibling's scents - 12 month health guarantee for life-ending genetic diseases - Grooming supplies and other various samples from our partners - Puppy birth certificate - Lifetime support from the Bouse family
  • Can I breed my puppy after purchasing?
    All puppies are sold with a spay/neuter contract. Please contact us if you are looking for a puppy to breed.
  • Will my puppy be crate and potty trained?
    We start working early with each puppy to socialize and familiarize them with a crate, "a safe place". This does not mean they will not fuss, especially during the first few nights. We also work to familiarize our puppies with pottying outside in the grass. Inside the house we train our puppies to use potty training grates rather than using puppy pads. This is not a guarantee, but is done to help give your little one a head start in their training.
  • Do you offer a health guarantee?
    Yes, we provide a 12 month health guarantee. This covers life-ending genetic diseases. An initial vet visit within the first week of the puppy going home, regular health checkups, and proof of spay/nueter by 12 months of age are required for the guarantee to be valid.
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