Laurelwood Doodles is located in Hawaiian Paradise Park in Kea'au on the Big Island of Hawaii outside of Hilo. As of 2023, our focus is providing Mini Goldendoodles. Please be sure to see the customer comment page.
As of October 2023, we are no longer accepting names on our waitlist. We will re-evaluate after January 2024.
Updated October 24, 2023:
Breeding (pending/planning subject to change) schedule: Note: Once the females are bred, it takes about 63 days for gestation then another 8 weeks to grow your puppies out.
Summer/late fall/ winter 2024/2025
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Our effort in providing outstanding pups is a lot of work. We are raising the bar on nurturing; and are constantly looking for ways to improve our process and the delivery of puppy care. In our opinion, all breeders should at least be providing Biosensor training within the first two weeks of the pup's life AND desensitize them to fireworks, thunderstorm and other environmental noises.
We enjoy an excellent reputation because of the quality of our dogs and the early development program we provide our puppies. Our goal is to place well adjusted, calm puppies with dog experienced people/families. (Please check out our customer comments page.)
Our early development program includes, but is not limited to:
Doodles are wonderful dogs. They are very loving and empathetic, and several of our puppies have gone to be therapy or service dogs.
Including a dog in one's life is a huge commitment, one that should last the lifetime of the dog. Dogs are sentient beings and as such should be treated with love and respect. They need people. Dogs are social animals and require attention to become the best dog you have ever had. They also benefit from having another canine buddy.
Please consider carefully your decision to have a dog. It takes 2 years for a puppy to grow into a mature dog. Puppy hood can be exasperating. Positive correction and guidance takes time and effort. The more time and positive effort you put into your dog will build on our efforts in producing quality canine companion.
If you have a home with a fenced in yard; or someone to take care of the dog while your away at work; or perhaps you work from home; or are an active retiree; or a stay-at-home parent; or something similar, then we may have some puppies for you to choose from.
Yes, we expose the pups to crates, as these can help with housebreaking during the night or in situations where it's safer for the dog to be in one. However, if you are planning on putting your dog in a cage (crate) while you're at work please don't buy from us. There is a reason why Zoo's stop putting their animals in cages. It’s bad for their physical and mental health.
Daggett is an F1B Goldendoodle out of Ginger sired by Polar. He has a fantastic temperament, and is easy going. Dag is one of our own puppies and is absolutely stunning.
Dag is retired.
Daggett and Penny
Willow (retired) is an F2B, She is one of our own puppies. She is a very loving dog and like her mother, likes to keep the pack in line. Willow was six years in the making.
WIllow is retired.
Koa is our mini Goldendoodle stud and now weighs 20 pounds. Koa is out of our F1b Goldendoodle Penny. He was sired (via artificial insemination) by Taro, a 6.5 pound toy poodle imported from Japan. Koa is a very happy and fun loving dog.
Penny is a red F1b, out of Claire sired by Louie. She loves to fetch and snuggle. She is sporting a "Hawaiian Doodle Do' as we prefer to have the beard shaved close to keep it cleaner as well has having the hair short to keep our dogs more comfortable.