Saint Berdoodle is a unique designer breed in history. These are loyal, loving, and devoted dogs with the best social personalities. Most Saint Berdoodle lovers use this dog for service or therapy purposes instead of working dogs. They have an impressive size of 24 to 30 inches and weigh up to 160 pounds when fully grown.
There are many ways to create a Saint Berdoodle dog breed, but most dogs were originally created by breeding miniature poodles with Saint Bernard dogs. Other breeders crossbreed a purebred Standard Poodle with a purebred St Bernard.
Today, Saint Berdoodle dogs come in various colors and a mix of two utterly different coat types. The most common colors are merle (marked with two colors of fur) and other solid colors such as white-and-black or white-and-brown.
Cool Facts About Saint Berdoodles:
- Saint Berdoodle dogs were originally bred in the 1500s by Spanish missionaries in the Canary Islands and were used to fend off jaguars, snakes, and other dangerous animals.
- They are easy to train because of their intelligence, self-assurance, and eagerness to please.
- These dogs have long tongues that they use to clean themselves, which is why they are called "Self-cleaning dogs."
- They have an average lifespan of 8-12 years.
- Saint Berdoodles rarely drool like purebred Saint Bernards.
- These dogs are low-energy breeds first-timers will find ideal.
- Saint Berdoodles loves company.