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Puppies for sale from registered Dog Breeders in Adelaide
As a breeder I strive to produce beautiful healthy dogs who are sound in ... read more
Australia’s only Havanese kennel to own and breed conformation and obedience dogs. South Australian Aussie owners and ANKC registered Australian ... read more
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Breeders & Exhibitors of Staffordshire Bull Terriers.
We are located Just North of Adelaide South Australia. Our Stafford’s are raised in a ... read more
Dogs for sale Adelaide
You can also check our list of dogs and puppies for sale in Adelaide. To ensure you understand the needs of the breed you're interested in make sure you learn as much as you can by researching thoroughly (see a dog breed list and breed information). Many things are obvious - some breeds need more grooming or exercise, while others may have inherent health issues that might not be well known. Making contact with a breed clubs is a great idea. They are often the best source of information and support to new pet parents. Your lifestyle and family situation should also be considered carefully before taking on a dog. Make sure you have enough time in your life to give a new puppy or dog the care and attention it needs to be happy and healthy. Young pups must well socialised so that they don't develop any unhealthy behaviours like anxiety and aggression, and so that they are comfortable and relaxed in different situations. We have a great video on puppy socialisation that is well worth watching. Puppies need to be socialised between 12-18 weeks of age or you miss the ''critical socialisation window''.
Dog breeders Adelaide
Dog breeders on Perfect Pets are all ANKC registered breeders (Dogs SA). We still urge everyone who is talking to breeders to follow advice on finding a reputable breeder. An experienced breeder understands genetics, potential health issues, and ensures that the temperament of their dogs is sound. They also care about their dogs and will be curious about the type of home you will provide so expect questions and a criteria or checklist before they are willing to consider you as a parent for one of their pups. At this time you could think about adoption. There are many advantages to adopting a puppy or dog that you may not be aware of. Please contact dog shelters and dog rescue groups in Adelaide as well. They may just have the pup or dog that will suit you perfectly.