Saint Berdoodle


The Saint Berdoodle is a hybrid breed developed from a Saint Bernard and a Poodle. The features consist of both breeds and can vary. In general, it has the massive size of the Saint Bernard and the luxurious coat of the Poodle.


The Saint Berdoodle is a breed that is loving and affectionate. It enjoys being the center of attention and close to its family. It is patient with children and generally gets along with other pets.

Height and Weight

Male height: 27-30 inches Male weight: 150-200 pounds Female height: 24-27 inches Female weight: 110-160

Health Problems

The Saint Berdoodle, like most hybrids, are free of genetic health problems.

Ideal Living Conditions

The Saint Berdoodle loves spending time indoors with its family, but it is more suitable for outdoor living conditions. If it lives indoors it will not get the exercise it needs. The breed should live


The Saint Berdoodle is a large breed that needs a significant amount of exercise. The breed may become exhausted if it engages in vigorous physical activity. A daily walk is sufficient for this breed.

Life Expectancy

The Saint Berdoodle hasn’t been in existence long enough to estabilish an average life expectancy. However, the breed tends to live about 12 years.

Litter Size

The Saint Berdoodle can have a variety of litter sizes.


The coat of the Saint Berdoodle doesn’t require significant grooming. Regular brushing will help to minimize shedding. This breed is an average shedder. The coat should also be washed at least once a month.





The most common color of the Saint Berdoodle’s is predominately white with red markings. The may also be vice versa, where red is the dominant color and there are white markings.