Adirondack Mountain Doodles
Welcome to Adirondack Mountain Doodles. We serve the areas of New York and the surrounding Northeast Region. We are happy to see you are considering an Adirondack Mountain Doodle! Please contact Rachel via the contact form or by calling 315-941-9608 to reserve your puppy today.
Adirondack Mountain Doodles is a family centered dog breeder in Lowville, NY nestled between the base of the Adirondack Mountains and the Tug Hill Plateau. Our family dogs enjoy the comforts of a three acre yard protected by an invisible fence line to run and play as much as they please. In the home they are treated like family members and are loved very much.
Our mission is to breed healthy, socialized puppies that are raised and cared for in our home from birth until they find their forever home. It is our hope that we can share the joy and happiness that our fur babies have given us with each family that adopts our puppies. There is no greater love than that of a dog, and we can’t wait to be a part of your family’s new journey with an Adirondack Mountain Doodle puppy.
Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.
The Pyredoodle is a hybrid dog breed introduced sometime in the 1980’s – a mix between the Great Pyrenees and a standard Poodle. Our first generation, or “F1” litter will be born November 2019. We are expecting this first litter of Pyredoodle pups to be at a height of 20-32 inches at the shoulders and weigh 60-100 pounds. The size is dependent on male vs female and individual traits carried on to each pup. With the F1 Pyredoodle you can expect a low shed to no shed coat. Again, depending on the traits carried through from each parent dog.
We bred our Great Pyrenees, Ginny with Hamilton, who is a gorgeous standard parti poodle. The stud Hamilton has a beautiful white coat with tan spots throughout.
The Pyredoodle overall is known to be a loving, friendly, affectionate, and social pup who thrives when spending time with family in an active lifestyle. Pyredoodles make great family dogs, cuddly like a teddy bear. Pyredoodles have been known to be called the “nannies” of the canine world for their devotion to watching over their forever families especially children and small animals.
The Bernedoodle is a hybrid dog breed introduced in the early 2000’s – a mix between the Bernese Mountain Dog and a standard Poodle. Our first generation, or “F1” litter will be born late October 2019. We are expecting this first litter of Bernedoodle pups to be at a height of 22-29 inches at the shoulder and weigh 70 to 90 pounds. The size is dependent on male vs female and individual traits carried on to each pup. With the F1 Bernedoodle you can expect a low shed to no shed coat. Again, depending on the traits carried through from each parent dog.
We bred our Bernese Mountain Dog, Luna, with Hamilton who is a gorgeous standard parti poodle. The stud Hamilton has a beautiful white coat with tan spots throughout.
The Bernedoodle makes an excellent family dog. Their fun loving, docile spirit combined with unmatched loyalty, intelligence and curly/wavy hair makes them a true cuddly best friend. Your Bernedoodle thrives when spending time with family in an active lifestyle.
The Bernese Mountain Dog originated as a working dog in the Swiss Alps, commonly used on farms and in pastures. The Berners’ good-natured and calm temperament makes them a perfect fit for a family pet. Plus, their beautiful tri-color markings add even more to their fun and loving personalities.
Luna, our Bernese Mountain Dog has one of the biggest personalities ever. She has brought our household nothing but laughter and joy ever since we picked her up as a puppy. Her favorite activities include morning coffee with Mom laying at her feet, relaxing in the sun on top of the driveway yard area, and sprawling out on the nice warm floor for a nap. Luna loves to cuddle up with her family, but once she finally gets rested she is ready to head outside and play with our other dogs Ace and Ginny. When her day of play is over, Luna enjoys being in the company of her family and getting as much attention as possible. She loves getting her belly rubbed and loves to give kisses in return. Her loyalty is unmatched and it is rare to be doing something around the house without Luna next to you the whole time. Luna is the perfect mix of affection and fun, making it nearly impossible not to smile whenever she is around.
The Great Pyrenees breed, also referred to as the Pyrenean Mountain Dog, originated in the French mountains as guardian dogs for livestock. Their large build and calm, smart temperament made them the perfect working dog breed. However, their gentle and affectionate nature combined with their majestic physical features make them the perfect domestic companions as well.
Our family can attest to this in regard to our beautiful Pyr Virginia, or as the family calls her “Ginny”. As soon as Ginny arrived in our home we fell in love not only with her physical beauty, but with her loving and calm personality. Ginny is always ready for morning snuggles and family movie night by the couch. Ginny also loves to run and play in the yard with our other dogs Ace and Luna, and after a long day of play she enjoys cuddling up in the house for a nice snooze. Ginny’s kind and gentle soul paired with her love for both her dog and human family members makes her extra special.
Hank is a beautiful black standard poodle. His personality is outstanding, intelligent, gentle and lovable.
Hamilton is a beautiful white and tan parti poodle. He is a fun loving, gentle, and very inquisitive stud. He is sure to make some beautiful curly, wavy, “teddy bear” feel pups.