We are currently accepting deposits of $500 to get on the waiting list for a Bernedoodle puppy from a future litter.  We accept personal checks, money orders/cashiers checks or Paypal (via the link at the top of the page) for deposits. **PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE IS A FEE FOR PAYPAL THAT IS ALREADY ADDED TO THE ABOVE LINK**    Final payment is due, in cash, at the time the puppy is picked up/delivered. **Michigan residents add 6% sales tax to the total cost of the puppy**
**Deposits/payments are non-refundable~no exceptions~ but may be transferred to another litter if we cannot provide you with the sex and/or color of puppy you are hoping for.  We cannot guarantee that any female will have a certain amount of males/females or a specific color. And at times, although unusual, a breeding may not produce puppies.  If this happens, your deposit will be transferred to the next available litter of your choice.**
The wait list below is for future litters.  We are planning one or two more litters of F1 Bernedoodle puppies in 2014 and hoping to have our first litter of F1B Bernedoodle Puppies (F1 bred back to a Poodle) late 2014/early 2015. 
** As the breeder, I reserve the right to hold back puppies from any litter regardless of deposits/names on the waiting list.  Thank you for understanding that I must do this at times in order to continue breeding quality puppies for your family!**

A Bernedoodle is a cross between a Bernese Mountain Dog and a Poodle. Although we only breed for standards, we can still get a wide range of sizes (even within the same litter) since some of our Standard Poodles are a bit on the smaller side. Our Bernedoodle pups will usually range from 50-80lbs. give or take with different sized parents.  Bernedoodles make highly intelligent, loving and loyal family companions!!  They tend to keep the blockier heads and stockier build like the Berner, (but shed less!!) and the intelligence of the Standard Poodle.  Bernedoodles are very similar in coat type and personality to a Goldendoodle but tend to be a little more calm and possibly a bit more stubborn, so consistent training is a must.
  While we strive to produce the beautiful Tri-color Bernedoodles in each litter, health is our main concern.  We put a lot of time, love and money (in Vet care/health testing) into our dogs and only breed dogs in good health!! Both the St. Poodle and Bernese Mountain Dog breeds (as with all breeds) have health issues in their lines.  Does health testing guarantee that your pup will never have any health issues?  No, there are no real guarantees in life, but, the probability of health issues is much lower in dogs who have strong, healthy lines behind them.  So, as a conscientious breeder, we do our best to raise healthy pups of sound temperament that are beautiful as well!! Our dogs here are not just "dogs", they are our family!  We love our dogs dearly and they are probably (okay, absolutely) more spoiled then any dog should be....but, that's the way we like it!!

We are currently only breeding for F1 Bernedoodles (50/50 mix), but will be planning our first litter of F1B's late 2014/early 2015!!
All puppies will come to you with the following:
** Rear dew claws removed
** First Puppy shot at or around 7 weeks
** Dewormed on regular schedule
** 2 year genetic health guarantee
** folder with your puppy's health record, grooming tips, ear cleaner recipe, and more valuable information
** micro-chipped, with registration info.
** spay/neuter or contract
** a blanket with Mom's and siblings' scent on it
** a toy
** a starter bag of food
Molly's Darling Doodles
      And Poodles
Before deciding to put a deposit on a litter, please read our
Sales Contract/Health Warranty
**Michigan residents  add 6% sales tax to the total cost of the puppy**
~Please contact me at
mjlafleche@hotmail.com  before placing a deposit on a puppy~
Thank You!
~Fee added for PayPal~
Below are the breeding's we have planned so far. Dates are estimated as to when we expect the females to come into season. I will update when the breeding's have taken place, and once pups are born, each litter will have it's own page for updated pictures via a link on this page!
~Waiting list is at the bottom of the page~
Bear will be the Sire to some of the litters below.  He is an outside stud so does not live at my house.  Bear has produced many litters of healthy, great tempered babies!  He is a super sweet guy and goes to "work" at a skilled nursing home/rehab facility to give the patients some big Bear love:) 
Bear is AKC registered and has been health tested for
OFA ~ Hips/elbows
OFA ~ Cardiac
OFA ~ eyes
~ Bailey/Bear's puppies were born Wed. March 26th!! ~

Click on the BERNEDOODLE link to be taken to the puppy page!!
~Bailey and Bear~
This is a repeat breeding.  Their past puppies were absolutely gorgeous and oh so sweet!!  Looking forward to another beautiful litter of babies from Bailey and Bear!  For info. on Bear, see above.  For info. on Bailey, visit the
OUR GIRLS page and click on her picture to be taken to her page.  Below are some pics of their past puppies together! Bailey/Bear puppies will be individually priced.
~Bernedoodle Waiting List~

1) The Vega Family ~ Puppy ~ confirmed
2) McCabe Family ~ Puppy ~ Confirmed
3) Secher Family ~ Puppy ~ Confirmed
4) Hoover Family ~ Pending Deposit

Scroll down to the bottom of the page for more information on joining our wait list!!  Deposits being accepted for future F1 and F1B Bernedoodle litters!!
Scroll down to bottom of page for more info. and wait list for future litters!!
~Bernedoodle price list~
Updated 1/14/14
This price of puppies may vary, even within the same litter. and each pup will be priced once individual pictures are posted

Solid colors ~ $1600 - $1800
Abstract (solid with small amt.white markings)~$2000 - $2200
Parti or bi-colored ~ $2300 - $2500
Tri-colored ~ $2800 -  $3000

**Michigan residents add 6% sales tax to the total cost of the puppy**
~ F1B Bernedoodle Waiting List ~

1) Heinold Family ~ (male F1B) ~ Confirmed
2) Paul Skeggs ~ (male ~ prefer F1B) ~ Confirmed

** Please note that due to the high incidence of Parvovirus, in the U.S., in Michigan, and even in my county, I am no longer allowing families to come in person to pick out their puppy. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause **

~ Read my Visitor Policy page for more information ~