The Saint Berdoodle is a mixed breed dog–a cross between the Saint Bernard and Poodle dog breeds. Friendly, intelligent, and loyal, Saint Berdoodles are great family dogs. The Saint Berdoodle is also known as the Saint Berpoo, St. Berpoo, and St. Berdoodle. Although they are “designer dogs,” you can find them at general and breed-specific Saint Bernard and Poodle rescues. These affectionate pups would do best in a home where they can be around family most of the time. Though both parent breeds have tendencies for curiosity that may lead to mischief, especially the St. Bernard, with early training and socialization, this trait can be honed to be helpful, rather than destructive. While there’s also a range of energy levels for these dogs, it’s best to be prepared for a large dog who may need space or extra attention around small children. Saint Berdoodles are versatile dogs who just want to love and be part of the family.

Watch and learn about Saint Berdoodle dog's key characteristics:

Key Vitals of Saint Berdoodle Dog
Name Dog Breed Group Height Weight Life Span
Saint Berdoodle Dog Mixed Breed Dogs 15 to 30 inches 40 to 180 pounds 8 to 12 years