He waits outside the school bus every day for his favorite boy to arrive!

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7M hearts melt as Bernedoodle hugs his younger sibling after school.

When you go for home each day, this is the most beautiful vista to look forward to. This child just returned from school. Not only his mother, however, is looking forward to his return. His faithful dog is also waiting for him.

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As his human sister gets off the school bus and crosses the yard to get him, the dog can be seen in the video observing from their front yard. The dog stretches his legs as though sprinting to meet his brother halfway. He decided to stroll as opposed to sprinting.

The dog then takes a stride, causing his legs to most likely expand. He stands on his hind legs and gives his brother a hug. What a considerate move! The dog resisted letting go as well.

They meet each other every day, as shown by the fact that his sister was unmoved by the dog’s antics. Alternatively, maybe he’s been trying to train his dog to do this, and he just did!

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The dog kissed him and then his human brother hugged him. After such a difficult day, these two are happy to see one other again. When the human isn’t in school, they probably spend every waking minute together.

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Bernedoodles, a cross between a Poodle and a Bernese Mountain Dog, are wonderful family pets. The best features from both worlds are combined in one hybrid. They have the vibrant, happy temperament of a Bernese Mountain Dog and the sense of humor of a Poodle.

They like playing with young infants the most since they have comparable levels of enthusiasm.

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“They especially like taunting and physically abusing children. The ideal way to introduce them to young children is as pups. Garrett wrote an article for Trending Breeds about how they flourish in families where they can develop alongside the kids.

Because they are a mixed breed, Bernedoodles have a variety of looks. Because of how similar two Bernedoodles would seem if they were placed side by side, it would be impossible to distinguish which hybrid it was.

Their height and weight are separate physical traits.

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Bernedoodles reach their maximum height of around 23 to 29 inches between the ages of 12 and 14 months. They will reach their maximum weight range of 50 to 90 lbs. around the same time.

They make great companions, but they don’t make good security dogs.

They are rather quiet and don’t make any loud sounds. As a result, they won’t bark if they encounter an unfamiliar person (human or canine). They could even start getting along with the intrusion. So keep that in mind as well.