Would these puppies be called Saint Bernoodles?
An acquaintance was telling me her neighbor's old poodle dug his way under her property fence and into the back yard where her two purebred female Saint Bernards were. Now the lady dogs are expecting and she says they had never been bred before. She wonders what she should call their litters, and I thought maybe Saint Bernoodles? Is this a known breed?
I've never saw them for sale and I just checked search on Craigs List and Google. Would be an interesting dog for sure.
That certainly sounds like a real good name for this new mix of dogs.
She can can call them whatever names she chooses - Furry, Cutie, Curly...
I just searched online and apparently some people call them Saint Berdoodles. Here is one website you can show your friend: http://www.saintberdoodlebreeder.com/ It has photos so she knows what the puppies might look like.
I believe that Saint Bernoodles can be a very popular breed (If (when) the "high brows" in the Kennel Clubs recognize the Saint Bernoodles).
For my part I am certain that such puppies are cute, and I find that the name Saint Bernoodles is great (Even greater than a name which a friend of mine gave his mix-breed dog. The mix was between a Labrador and a Boxer, so he called it a "Labrabox".
I agree, Boxador is an even better name! But my friend called his dog a Labrabox. However, your suggestion is much better. Boxador!
Boxador is an adorable name! What would one call a Russian Elk Hound/Chihauhau mix? My mom told me about a friend who had one of these.
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