What is an Unfurnished Bernedoodle?
Here’s what you need to know about the Bernedoodle before further exploring an unfurnished Bernedoodle. Bernedoodles are companion dogs, not for show, and need a lot of attention. They are the products of Poodles, who have furnished coats, and Bernese Mountain Dogs, who do not.
Look at unfurnished Bernedoodle pictures and see if you can spot something missing. Unfurnished Bernedoodles lack something that their furnished relatives have. Facial hair! Outside the breeding community, unfurnished Bernedoodles are uncommon, making up only about 5% of the Doodles.
They are as adorable as traditional Bernedoodles and will make your heart melt. Unfurnished Bernedoodles are born of parents with different coat genes, which you will learn about in this article. Like other breeds, unfurnished Bernedoodles are loveable, intelligent, and loyal to their owners. Their sweet dispositions make them perfect family dogs.
Furnished vs. Unfurnished Bernedoodle Coats
The big difference between a furnished and unfurnished Bernedoodle is facial hair, such as a mustache, beard, and thick eyebrows. Bernedoodles are notorious for their facial hair, or coat furnishings, mimicking fluffy teddy bears. Furnished Bernedoodles look like Poodles, while unfurnished Bernedoodles resemble Bernese Mountain Dogs.