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October 7, 2014 – 11:04 am

Saint Berdoodle

St. Bernard / Poodle Hybrid Dogs

The Saint Berdoodle is not a purebred dog. It is a cross between the Saint Bernard and the Poodle. The best way to determine the temperament of a mixed breed is to look up all breeds in the cross and know you can get any combination of any of the characteristics found in either breed.

Tugboat the Saint Berdoodle at 5 years old

ACHC = American Canine Hybrid Club
DDKC = Designer Dogs Kennel Club
DRA = Dog Registry of America, Inc.
IDCR = International Designer Canine Registry®
DBR = Designer Breed Registry

Tugboat the Saint Berdoodle at 5 years old


Tut the Saint Berdoodle at 9 months old, weighing 120 lbs. with his family—"We got Tut from a breeder in Florida. His father was a white Poodle weighing 68 lbs. and mom was a 120-lb. Saint Bernard. From the minute we picked him up, his disposition was all Bernard. He is sweet, calm, kind and absolutely loves people...especially children.Tut the Saint Berdoodle He hates rain, but loves to drink from water fountains since he is tall enough. We have already taken him through puppy training and advanced training, so we hope he will eventually become a Canine Good Citizen. At nine months he is 120 lbs. and he stands at six feet when on our shoulders. He is smart and always the talk of pet-friendly stores and parks. I will never own another type of dog because he has the best of both."

Tut the Saint Berdoodle as a puppy at 6 months old, weighing 80 lbs.

Tut the Saint Berdoodle as a puppy at 4 months old

Tut the Saint Berdoodle as a puppy at 8 weeks old, weighing 23 pounds

Tut the Saint Berdoodle as a puppy at 6 weeks old with his littermates nursing from his Saint Bernard mother

Tut the Saint Berdoodle at 1 year old—"He has grown into such a handsome dog and we constantly get stopped. He loves dogs, people and everyone he meets."

Tut the Saint Berdoodle at 1 year old

Harley the Saint Berdoodle (St. Bernard / Poodle hybrid) at almost 5 years old, weighing 108 pounds—

Harley the Saint Berdoodle (St. Bernard / Poodle hybrid) at almost 5 years old, weighing 108 pounds

Tut the Saint Berdoodle as a puppy at 4-months-old. Tut the Saint Berdoodle as a puppy at 8-weeks-old weighing 23 pounds. Tut the Saint Berdoodle as a puppy at 6-weeks-old with his littermates nursing from his Saint Bernard mother.


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Okay, so many of you have seen pictures of Jazz, at first the shelter had told us that when the owner dropped her off she was full Akita. But obviously she is not. We were thinking maybe Akita/GSD, but she is almost 5 months and only 22lbs. So if she was those i would think she would be bigger. Some people told me maybe Akita/ Australian Shepherd. So i am leaning towards that now. Not that its a big deal, i love my girl no matter what she is, but wanted some input on what you all think she might be mixed with. Here she is, like i said, about 5months, 22lbs with a curly tail.

Been there

Our town has a leash law, but only one animal control officer who patrols three towns and has a full-time job elsewhere so reaching him is nightmarish.
While my dog was still alive, the people across the street used to go to work and leave their two dogs - one a black lab/pitbull cross and the other a German Shepherd/Akita mix - outside all day. The dogs always made it over to my house and would fight with my dog if I had her outside on her run while I was doing my gardening or whatever. If I took her for a walk, they'd follow and pick fights. Talked to the owner who asked for proof it was really his dogs

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    Dec 27, 2010 by g_fox555 | Posted in Dogs

    Saw this dog on Dog Whisperer the other day. Would LOVE to know what breed it is. Thanks for any help! …d near another dog that was an Akita). didn't mean 3 feet. haha. Not sure what I was thinking. It wasp probably knee high.

    Have no clue why I typed that. oops. =D I am leaning towards IG.

    • It looks like a rare dog breed.

      It might be a Minister Pinscher / Italian Greyhound mix but I'm not sure.

  • Avatar James Is a Japanese Akita the Right Breed of Dog for Me?
    May 06, 2013 by James | Posted in Dogs

    I live in a three bedroom apartment with a small sized yard and I've been wanting a dog for a long time now. My dad asked the landlord about the pet policy, and it turns out that a Japanese Akita would be allowed. That b …d, I'm somewhat laid back and not too energetic, but I'm willing to give the dog a 45-and 60 minute walk a day, I have a toddler sister, and I know a lot about dog training, but I don't have a lot of experience doing it.

    • Yes, Japanese Akita, or Akita Inu is a breed in other countries. Only in the US and Canada is it simply called Akita.

      I would be worried about not giving the dog as much exercise as it needs. They aren't …career. There are some wonderful examples of Akitas out there, when bred properly and with the right family. In the wrong situation, you will end up with an aggressive, dominant, unruly dog that has taken over the house.

  • Avatar vagabond Wolf, coyote and fox as pets?
    Feb 10, 2011 by vagabond | Posted in Other - Pets

    Why is it illegal to keep these animals as pets?

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    • Because these are animals that you can never successfully train. They are also carriers of rabies, and can revert to their wild ways in an instant. . They are also nocturnal, and liable to attack people. You need to see a wolf for real if you think you can restrain one on a leash. They will also attack other cats and dogs in your neighberhood because they are born killers