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Saint Bernard x Standard Poodle Cross

Saint Berdoodles are an intentional cross between a purebred St Bernard and a purebred Standard Poodle. Mini Saint Berdoodles cross a Saint Bernard with a mini Poodle.

People love the hypoallergenic coats of Saint Berdoodles, which are usually low-shedding or non-shedding.

Saint Berdoodle

Saint Berdoodles have wonderful temperaments and are usually great with kids.

Saint Berdoodles have hybrid vigor, which results from crossing two purebred dogs. Hybrid vigor typically results in a healthier offspring, and Saint Berdoodles have a much longer life expectancy than a purebred Saint Bernard.


Purebred St Bernards usually live 8-9 years; whereas Saint Berdoodles are usually expected to live 11-13 years.

Although "Saint Berdoodle" is the typical spelling, at times you will see the abbreviated "St Berdoodle", the hyphenated "Saint-Berdoodle" or "StBerdoodle / SaintBerdoodle" with no space.

Saint Bernard Poodle Cross

Anyone who has owned (and loved) a Saint Bernard might wonder why anyone would get a Saint Berdoodle instead. There's a seven-fold answer for why Saint Berdoodles win the battle for many families.


St Bernard vs St Berdoodle

  1. Hypoallergenic: St Berdoodles usually have low-to-non shedding coats (like poodles) and are typically far better for people with allergies than a purebred Saint Bernard, which sheds its coat.

  2. Health: Hybrid vigor typically improves a dog's health. There's a reason that humans don't marry our relatives. Saint Berdoodles tend to have fewer health issues than a pure Saint Bernard.

  3. Lifespan: On average St Berdoodles live several years longer than their Saint Bernard counterparts.

  4. Intelligence: Poodles consistently rank as one of the top (if not THE top) breeds for intelligence. Saint Berdoodles are very quick learners.

  5. Trainability: Usually the St Berdoodle's increased intelligence makes them an easy dog to train. Saint Berdoodles love pleasing their owner.

  6. Dry Mouth: Most Saint Berdoodles do not druel; the same cannot be said for most purebred Saint Bernards.

  7. Walking Partner: Although Saint Berdoodles are one of the lowest energy doodles, they tend to be more active than a somewhat lethargic purebred Saint Bernard who usually prefers to lounge all day. Although a Saint Berdoodle will not be an active runner like a Goldendoodle, Labradoodle, Aussiedoodle, or Springerdoodle, you can usually take a Saint Berdoodle for a long walk--more so than a purebred Saint Bernard.

We have people from all over the U.S. (and Canada) drive to one of our pick up homes to get a gorgeous Saint Berdoodle pup; fly to us and fly back with the pup in the passenger compartment, or have us hand deliver their Saint Berdoodle to their home for $395 (anywhere in the continental U.S.).

Saint Berdoodle Pricing


Basic Pricing

$800 Black St Berdoodles

$1200-1800 Multi-colored St Berdoodles

depending on colors and pattern

$200 Extra for pups that go home in December as pups at Christmas time make them more desirable

$400 Extra for Mini St Berdoodles

Mini St. Berdoodles cross a mini Poodle with a Saint Bernard.



$100 St Berdoodle discount for heroes

$100 discount applies to veterans, military, police, firefighters, EMTs, home school parents, pastors, and teachers

$200 St Berdoodle discount for friends and family

all pups are sold with a spay/neuter contract

St Berdoodle

Saint Berdoodles are a Saint Bernard and Poodle cross. The goal in producing Saint Berdoodles is to have a gentle giant dog, who is low energy, highly affectionate, intelligent, healthy, and low-to-non-shedding.