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Things have been happening over here :) Ginger delivered her puppies a few days late, and Daisy a few days early! Ginger had 5 beautiful, healthy pups (3 female, 2 male) and Daisy had 7 (6 female and 1 male)! We are reaching out to everyone on the waitlist. Please confirm your interest within 72 hours of this email. We will then invite puppy parents to a private Facebook group for almost-daily photo and video updates of their progress. You will be able to see their development, weights, biosensor training, etc. Once confirmed, you may choose your puppy at any time. The non-refundable $500 deposit will be due upon choosing. Start thinking of a name! We will begin calling your puppy by name when you choose one. Feel free to adopt siblings while you have the opportunity. These pups are going to be awesome. Your spot on the list allows for multiple fur babies. I have included photos of parents and pups. Many, many more to come!
Both litters have been sired by my absolute favorite mini goldendoodle, Bentley. You can meet him below. Bentley is a large mini (biggest of his litter) at nearly 40 lbs. Ginger and Daisy are 50 lbs. These pups will probably fall somewhere between 40 and 50, though they may be smaller. Because we expect small standard instead of true minis, we will be charging a lower adoption fee of $3000. You will not need to sign a contract or submit a deposit until you choose a puppy.

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Welcome to Hidden Berry Doodles

We Breed Family-Raised Goldendoodles on the Big Island of Hawaii

Currently offering minis! See below for upcoming litters.

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About Us

We are a couple of healthcare professionals raising 4 kids and 3 doodles somewhere between our house in town and our 5-acre farm in South Kona. We love the simple life. Our breeding females are our family pets. They are in on everything: homeschool, recess, adventures, and camping trips. They have been dressed up as superheroes and princesses, tucked in with blankets, and snuggled a bit excessively :) We are proudly associated with Laurelwood Doodles ( Ginger and Daisy came to us as guardian pets through their wonderful breeding program, and we are happy to offer puppies to their customers. We offer the same early development program so you enjoy a happy, well-adjusted addition to your family.

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Why Goldendoodles?

I can personally attest to the gentle, intuitive spirit of our doodles. They have been submissive, supportive, and tolerant of all of our children (the sweetest when we introduced the new baby), cats, and friends. I watch as they visibly adjust their energy to suit each situation. It really is amazing. I highly recommend goldendoodles to anyone looking for a furry best friend for an individual or the whole family! Our pups offer minimal shedding and are easily trained. Ginger and Daisy are graduates of obedience and good citizen training programs. If you are looking for the friendliness and loyalty of a golden retriever, with the intelligence and low-shedding characteristics of a poodle, these pups are for you!

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Meet Our Breeding Females

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Ginger is a 4-year-old F1 goldendoodle (50% golden retriever and 50% poodle). She is extremely sweet, loyal, and intelligent. Ginger has given birth to 3 beautiful litters of puppies. Daisy is one of them :) Ginger will be available for 2 more litters before gracefully retiring and taking up her position as babysitter and recess monitor. Ginger is an all-around pleasure and beloved member of the family. She is fun-loving and gentle.

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Daisy is a 2-year-old F1B goldendoodle (25% golden retriever and 75% poodle). She is extremely intelligent and trainable. Daisy loves to play and has unending patience for puppies, kids, and cats. She tolerates everything with a calm energy and a smile on her face. If someone is getting attention, she wants to be in on it.

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Meet Bentley!
He is our favorite mini goldendoodle and sire of all upcoming litters. Bentley is extremely well tempered and easy to train. He's a sweetheart and joy to have around.

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Upcoming Events

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2022 Litters

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    Kailua-Kona, Kailua-Kona, HI, USA
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    Kailua-Kona, Kailua-Kona, HI, USA
    Join the waitlist and we will reach out with availability. A non-refundable deposit will be required after the puppies have been born. We work down the list to offer choice of puppies. This litter will be sired by Benley :) This will be one of Ginger's two final litters.
  • Time is TBD
    Time is TBD
    Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
    Time is TBD
    Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
    Join the waitlist and we will reach out with availability. A non-refundable deposit will be required after the puppies have been born. We work down the list to offer choice of puppies. This litter will be sired by Bentley :)
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Join the waitlist and we will reach out when puppies are available. A non-refundable deposit will be required after the puppies have been born. First choice is given in order of the waitlist. This litter will be sired by Bentley :) This will be one of Ginger's two final litters.

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Our Services

How We Give Your Puppy a Great Start


Prenatal Care

Supporting Healthy Development

Ginger and Daisy are monitored for healthy weight leading into their pregnancies. Throughout, they have free access to food. We use puppy food to provide more calorie-dense meals. They also receive prenatal vitamins each day. As always, they are protected from environmental toxins. We also limit their contact with visitors. As far as activity and exercise, we let them take the lead. So far, they always choose to run and play :)


Nutrition and Hygiene

Supporting Healthy Growth

We feed Ginger and Daisy Hill's Science Diet because we appreciate high-quality nutrition. Your puppy will be nursing from mom and monitored regularly to ensure growth is optimal. We will use goat milk to wean them off of mom and onto kibble. When it is time to go home, they will have transitioned to kibble.

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Early Development Program with Biosensor Training

Supporting Healthy Behavior

From their first days of life, your puppy will be exposed to biosensor training (which can promote increased tolerance to stress, stronger immune systems, stronger heart rates and breathing rates, stronger nervous systems, and better and more consistent temperaments) and calming audio (used to desensitize them to sounds such as thunderstorms and fireworks). We will also begin using basic commands and training with your puppy to encourage sitting, coming when called, and easy grooming.

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A Family Environment

Supporting Healthy Socialization

From the moment they are born, your puppy has a family. They will be talked to, held, played with, read to, snuggled, and trained by our entire family. They will always be with their mom, siblings, and the 6 of us. When they are ready to go home, they will be ready to join your family :)


Photos and Videos for Adoptive Family

Supporting Healthy Attachment

We know how hard it is to wait for that new member of the family! Trust me, I have very little patience when it comes to a new family member :) We will bridge the gap by providing you with plenty of photos and videos. You will be invited to a Facebook group for your litter. By the time you pick your puppy up, you will have already bonded! We encourage you to name them early so we can use their forever name while training.


Vet Check, Deworming, and 1st Vaccines

Supporting Physical Health

Our dogs have undergone DNA testing and been assessed for hip problems. They are healthy and up to date with vaccines. Before going home, your puppy will be dewormed, receive their first vaccines, and visit our veterinarian for an initial assessment. These records will be provided to you. We do not microchip because the gauge of the needle is so big. We recommend waiting until 4 months of age.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the cost for adoption?

$3000 for standard-sized puppies, and $3500 for minis. All of the above services are included.

When can my puppy come home?

We wait until 8 weeks of age to wean them completely and have their first vet check done.

Do you offer shipping?

We offer shipping (at an additional cost) to neighboring Hawaiian islands. See here for more information: 
We do not ship out of state. Please inquire for your specific needs.

What is the adoption process?

The process begins with joining the waitlist. When a litter is available, we will reach out to offer you an opportunity to adopt. If you choose to follow through, you will choose your puppy! We will then send you an adoption agreement and collect a nonrefundable deposit. At that time, you may choose a name for the puppy and we will begin sending frequent photos and videos. After the vet check and vaccines, you can arrange to pick your puppy up. We will collect the remaining cost a that time.

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Adoption Agreement / Sales Contract

If these terms are not met, this contract is null and void. 

The cost of a standard-sized doodle is $3,000. The cost of a mini is $3,500. Shipping to another Hawaiian island can be arranged with buyer incurring the additional cost. If you choose to fly in, we can arrange to meet you at the airport with your puppy or you may pick up at our home.

We do NOT accept personal checks. Non-refundable deposit and payment of the balance must be made by cash (in person only), USPS money order, or cashier's check, and sent by certified or registered mail.
Please make payable and mail to:  
Kristin Arrindell
77-6367 Kupuna St.

Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
Buyer acknowledges and agrees that Buyer will forfeit the deposit and any rights to the puppy if Buyer fails to complete the purchase of the dog for any reason within 3 days of the agreed delivery date. We charge $50 dollars a day for those 3 days (we do not board dogs). Puppy must be picked up on the agreed delivery date - 8 weeks post whelping, or Seller shall be free to sell the puppy to another party. 
In the event that the dog is not available due to sickness, death, or any other circumstance owing to the fault of Seller, Buyer’s deposit will, at Buyer’s option, be either refunded, transferred to the next litter of puppies, or Buyer may wait until puppy is recovered. Be advised that our breeding dogs are DNA-screened and cleared for life-threatening diseases.
Be advised we take the best possible care of the puppies while they are with us. Additionally, our veterinarian will examine the litter prior to being re-homed. Seller is giving a health guarantee for 3 working days. In that time a licensed veterinarian must examine the puppy. If she/he finds any life-threatening illness, the puppy may be returned for a full refund. This request must be made within the first 3 working days and will only occur at the return of the puppy to Seller. All shipping costs for return are the responsibility of Buyer. This guarantee is null and void if a veterinarian has not examined the puppy within this time frame. Buyer taking the puppy out to parks or other places prior to its vet visit risk parvovirus and other environmentally-acquired infections (EAI). This sales agreement excludes all EAI. 
Seller does not guarantee (1 whether or not the dog will be non-shedding or hypoallergenic (2 the final coat type or color, or adult weight of the dog (3 that the dog will not react to environmental sounds (4 the dog's temperament. 
We recommend obedience training and pet insurance. To protect their joints, we suggest you discuss with your vet the importance of not subjecting the puppy to rigorous activities such as jogging /running or extended strenuous hikes until s/he is at least 18 months of age. Be aware early spay/neutering increases the risk of joint problems as well as some cancers. It is best to wait until the growth plates are sealed. Our vet recommends waiting until puppies are 18-24 months.
The Buyer agrees: 
1. Buyer agrees not to take puppy to parks of any kind until vaccine schedule is completed; and to provide the puppy with regular veterinary care including an annual veterinary exam, vaccinations as recommended by veterinarian, and parasite prevention (heartworm, fleas, ticks, etc). 
2. This puppy is being sold as a pet and without breeding rights. Buyer agrees to neuter or spay before or around two years of age and provide Seller with veterinarian certificate noting the date completed. Seller reserves the right to reclaim the dog (without compensation to buyer) if Buyer breeds the dog. 
3. Should Buyer find it necessary to re-home the dog, Buyer agrees to contact Seller to assist. At no time will the dog be placed in a shelter or rescue. 
4. Buyer releases Seller from any and all liability, costs, or damages caused by the dog after placement with Buyer (including, but not limited to, damage to or destruction of property, and injury to any person). If any action or failure to act on the part of Buyer shall result in any claim, suit, loss, damage, injury, death, or liability, Buyer agrees to defend, indemnify, and hold Seller harmless; and to pay all of Seller’s costs and expenses, including reasonable legal fees, any amount paid in settlement, and any award or judgment with respect thereto. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of Hawaii. Litigation, should it occur, will be in Hawaii County. 
5. Upon execution of the contract and acquiring possession of the dog, all veterinary care and its associated costs are the sole and exclusive responsibility of Buyer. 
6. This Agreement is not transferable and represents the entire agreement between the parties. Seller and Buyer have made no other agreements, promises, representations or warranties, express or implied, unless specifically stated in this Agreement. 

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