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We are a family run hobby kennel ANKC regististered in 1974 by Jill and the late Terry O'Brien and now owned by Liam O'Brien and Jill
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Dogs for sale South Australia, SA
See our list of dogs and puppies for sale in South Australia. When looking for a new dog or puppy it's important that you research the dog breed you're interested in so that you fully understand the needs of that particular breed. While some things are obvious - some dog breeds need more exercise and stimulation than others, while long term health issues in some breeds may not be so well known or understood. You can also try contacting breed clubs - a great source of information and support as well. You should also think about what type of breed will be best given your lifestyle and family situation. Dogs shouldn't be left alone for long stretches so ensure you have enough time to really give a new puppy or dog a the time and attention it needs. All new puppies need to be well socialised to prevent unhealthy behaviour (eg. anxiety, aggression) so make sure you understand puppy socialisation and have time to socialise when the puppy is 12-18 weeks of age.
Dog breeders South Australia, SA
Find French Bulldog Breeders South Australia, and see our full list of registered dog breeders in South Australia. All of the dog breeders listed are ANKC registered breeders (Dogs SA) but we still encourage you to see our advice on finding a reputable breeder. Make sure you find a caring and experienced breeder that understands genetics, and ensures the temperament and long term health of their dogs. We also have a list of dog shelters and dog rescue groups in South Australia. See SA Dog Rescue, Holly's Dog Rescue and Adoption, SA and consider adopting a dog or puppy - there are many advantages to adoption that you may not have considered.