New York State is one of the most diverse states in the Union. From the City that never sleeps to the endless beauty of the Adirondacks to the quaintness of Saratoga Springs and everything in between, New York is a family-driven community and when looking to add an addition to your family, you want the best Bernedoodle breeder that can offer the best Bernedoodle puppies.

Finding the best Bernedoodle puppies in New York can be challenging for many people, especially when there are countless puppy mills and untrustworthy breeders. If you’re searching for a Bernedoodle companion, you’ve come to the right place. 

Central Illinois Doodles not only offers Bernedoodle puppies but also Goldendoodle puppies for sale.

A Bernedoodle puppy is one of the cutest and best breeds you can buy in New York. And Central Illinois Doodles is the reputable breeder you’ve been looking for — here’s why.

New York – Reserve Your Bernedoodle

Ready to reserve your Bernedoodle puppy “See Puppies,” or to learn more about Bernedoodles “Breed Info.”

What is the Bernedoodle Dog Breed?

A Bernedoodle brings together two well-liked dog breeds that will not cover your furniture and floors with fur. The Bernese Mountain Dog is a hearty working class breed, while the Standard Poodle is a highly intelligent, majestic and well-liked non-sporting breed. Fun fact — Poodles are ranked as the second most intelligent dogs.

Having socialized puppies in NY is key, so in regards to temperament, you can get the best of both worlds — playful with a friendly disposition and highly intelligent, highly trainable, excellent family pet.

The great thing about raising a Bernedoodle puppy or Goldendoodle puppy in New York is the weather. The doodle will adapt to most living situations, but since this breed is a hybrid, it’s best to be cautious in sweltering temperatures (which only plague New Yorkers for a few months). A Bernedoodle Puppy in New York will also thrive in any setting such as apartment life in New York City or horizon-to-horizon fields of the countryside!

How To Reserve a Bernedoodle Puppy From Central Illinois Doodles

Besides providing our Bernedoodles with constant love and care, we focus on ensuring the reservation process is smooth and simple for families and new dog owners.

With us, our focus is to ensure that doesn’t happen and that you’ll have a joyful companion by your side in no time. The reservation process at Central Illinois Doodles is straightforward. Our approach is faster than many Doodle breeders in our area.

How Do Central Illinois Doodles Get Your Puppy To New York?

There are 23 public airports in New York! So the first thing is to check your local airport to see if they accommodate flights to Chicago O’Hare International Airport (ORD) or Chicago Midway International Airport (MDW). If they do – great – your family can take a well-deserved minivacation visiting Chicago’s famous landmarks and destinations (maybe catch the Yankees/Mets, Giants/Jets/Bills, Knicks/Nets or Devils/Rangers/Islanders…).

We will come to you if you can’t make it to us! Part of your reservation can include a certified pet nanny to chauffeur your puppy at your local airport.

Before you make your reservation, you can contact us for more information:

Why Choose Us?

There are many Bernedoodle breeders located in New York but finding reputable Bernedoodle breeders near New York City is more difficult than most families realize.

At Central Illinois Doodles, we have years of experience learning and breeding puppies. Years of teaching and raising Bernedoodles resulted in our excellent reputation today as one of the best Bernedoodle breeders in the country.

We breed Standard and Mini Bernedoodles and everything in between. We connected with many families in New York and across the United States because of our passion and love for our dogs.

We don’t say we are an “ethical Bernedoodle breeder,” we back it up with our unique two-year health guarantee and countless 5-star reviews. We are a family breeder that loves our parent dogs and the litter they produce. We strive for healthy and happy puppies — high-quality puppies — that want forever families.

At Central Illinois Doodles, we have years of experience learning and breeding puppies. Years of teaching and raising Bernedoodles resulted in our excellent reputation today as one of the best Bernedoodle breeders in the country.

Bernedoodle Puppies in New York

If you’re searching for Bernedoodle breeders in New York, there’s no need to stress. You can contact us, and we’ll work together to ensure you have a compatible Bernedoodle companion to bring home. Again, we are one of the few Bernedoodle breeders that can ship your pup to you! For more information about Central Illinois Doodles, you can check out our home page and about page.

A new puppy deserves your home and you deserve a Bernedoodle breeder that will work with and for your family. Don’t go another day waiting to reserve a lovable, healthy puppy. And if you don’t see the pup of your dreams, you can always sign up for our email lists and we will notify you when a new litter is available.

Bernedoodle Puppies in New York FAQs:

Many families choose us after going through other NY Bernedoodle breeders because there are numerous breeders out there that are shady puppy mills. This means you could go home with a companion with bad medical records while supporting the puppy mills without realizing it.

In May, New York State Senate approved S.1130, in an attempt to shut down puppy mills by ending the retail sale of dogs, cats and rabbits in pet stores across the state, but they still exist…

Most Bernedoodles have wavy coats, which are low to no shedding.

Some can also have a curlier coat, more like the poodle. Generally, the curlier the coat, the less likely it is to shed. However, the curlier the dog’s coat, the harder it is to maintain. With little to no shedding, Bernedoodle coats can get matted. They need to be brushed regularly and clipped every few months.

Bernedoodles are usually pure black, black-and-white, black-and-brown, or tri-color (black, white and brown, similar to the Bernese Mountain Dog.

F1 – is a first-generation cross, in which the pup is 50% Bernese Mountain Dog and 50% Poodle. The F1 cross is considered the healthiest, as the parents have the least likelihood of contributing genes for common inheritable diseases.

F1b – is a cross in which a Bernedoodle is bred back with a poodle. The puppy is 25% Bernese and 75% Poodle. F1b puppies are the most likely to be non-shedding and allergy-friendly.

F2 – is a second-generation cross in which an F1 Bernedoodle is crossed with another F1 Bernedoodle.

Full grown, our Standard Bernedoodles will weigh between 85- 110 lbs.  Our Miniature Doodles will weigh between 25-60 lbs.

Christopher Turi, owner of Bark Ave Dog Walkers on the Upper East Side, says size only matters sometimes.

“When I first moved to the city and saw great Danes and mastiffs living here, I was assuming that the people who owned the dog must have a large living space,” he admitted. “After walking a few 100-pound-plus dogs, I discovered they turned out to be fairly tranquil; thus, even a small living space was perfectly acceptable for them.”

Before considering the dimensions of your place, you must find out if a dog (or any pet, for that matter) is allowed in the building.

Some buildings that allow dogs have weight restrictions, typically stating “small dogs, up to 25 pounds,” and some prohibit breeds with aggressive reputations (a list of banned dogs is often provided). Many limit the number of dogs you can have.

This is mainly for our Urban Living want to be pet owners…

One tried-and-true tactic is to hang around dog runs in the neighborhoods you’re interested in and chat with other dog owners about dog-friendly buildings. (If you’re looking for a rental, you might even score one without a broker’s fee this way.)

Most real estate search sites filter by pet-friendliness (this doesn’t necessarily mean your pet will be allowed — dig further for details). And if you’re looking for a new apartment with a broker, make sure to let them know that you have a dog or are thinking of getting a Doodle, so they limit your search to pet-friendly buildings only.

Take a look at our list of the best NYC neighborhoods for dogs.

YES! All dogs in New York City must have licenses, and the licenses must be attached to their collars while in public. Please click here for more information on obtaining a dog license.

Outside the City, every town, city and municipality has its own rules and regulations. Please research!