We raise lots of Colors of AussieDoodle, SheepaDoodle, and BerneDoodle puppies.

Below are the colors we offer and average wait time to pick a puppy, calculated from Jan 2020 to Nov 2020.

For specific sizes or genders, the wait time may be longer.

White Blue Merle BerneDoodle Blue Merle w/White BerneDoodle, 4-6 months

The “White”, in White Blue Merle, means this is a blue merle with a significant amount of white. It’s usually a white blaze on the snout, a big white chest, and white feet with some white up the legs. They are beauties!

black bi color bernedoodle Black Bi-Color BerneDoodle, 1-4 months

The black bi-color is one of the cutest color combinations. They are marked by a white blaze on the snout, a big white chest, and white feet with some white up the legs. A bi-color does not have copper. A bi color has more white than a tuxedo.

tri color bernedoodle Black Tri-Color BerneDoodle, 1-4 months

The black tri color is one of the most popular color combinations. They are marked by a white blaze on the snout, a big white chest, and white feet with some white up the legs. The “tri”, means black, white and copper. “Copper” aka “tan” means this puppy has some tan, usually on the eyebrows and sometimes on the sides of the face and legs.

apricot bi color bernedoodle puppy Apricot Bi-Color BerneDoodle, 2-6 months

The Apricot color is quite rare, but we have them from time to time. They have varying shades of apricot, and varying amounts of white. The bi-color means this puppy has more white than a tuxedo. They are the cutest and a very unique color.

red tuxedo aussiedoodle Red Tuxedo AussieDoodle, 4-8 months

The red (aka chocolate) tuxedo color is quite rare, but we have them from time to time. They are usually fully covered with a shade of red, sometimes referred to as chocolate. “Tuxedo” means this puppy has very little white; sometimes just a slit of white down the chest, as if the puppy were wearing a tuxedo. The Apricot color is quite rare, but we have them from time to time. They have varying shades of apricot, and varying amounts of white. The bi-color means this puppy has more white than a tuxedo. They are the cutest and a very …

red tri color aussiedoodle Red Tri-Color AussieDoodle, 6-12 months

The red tri color is rare but beautiful. They are marked by a white blaze on the snout, a big white chest, and white feet with some white up the legs. The “tri”, means red, white and copper. “Copper” aka “tan” means this puppy has some tan, usually on the eyebrows and sometimes on the sides of the face and legs.

red phantom aussiedoodle Red Phantom AussieDoodle, 6-12 months

The red phantom is extremely rare but they are oh so adorable. “Phantom” means the puppy is usually marked by generous amounts of “copper” on the face, chest and legs.

White Red Merle AussieDoodle Red Merle w/White AussieDoodle, 4-8 months

The “White”, in White Red Merle, means this is a red merle with a significant amount of white. It’s usually a white blaze on the snout, a big white chest, and white feet with some white up the legs.